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What is Cytopoint?

All dogs love a good scratch. However, when that scratching is triggered by an underlying, persistent and unbearable itch that just won’t go away no matter how much they claw at their skin, the consequences can be much more severe. This type of severe itch is normally caused by allergies,…
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How Cytopoint® is making a difference for dogs with dermatitis

If you have ever suffered from a bout of dermatitis, you’ll know just how irritating and uncomfortable it can make you. Unfortunately, dermatitis isn’t purely a human condition. In fact, it is one of the most common skin problems affecting dogs and is one of the main reasons why owners…
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Top Benefits of Grooming Your Pets

Just as you take a bath, brush your hair, and trim your nails, your animal companions need the same attention and care. It’s not just a matter of keeping them looking adorable. Instead, grooming is essential to your pet’s overall health and well-being. Here are the top benefits of grooming…
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6 Grooming Tips to Keep Your Dog Healthy During the Cold, Wet Months

Many owners tend to neglect to groom their pets during the cold, wet months. Since their dogs stay inside their home most of the time, some pet parents think their four-legged best friend isn’t dirty enough to warrant bathing. This is not true. Grooming your pets during winter is just…
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Top Tips on How to Care for a Senior Pet

According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, a pet that’s six or seven years old is classified as a senior pet. When you have aging pets, expect their needs to be more different than when they were younger. Physical, mental, and behavioral changes usually set in. At this point in…
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Why Natural Heartworm Treatment Doesn’t Work

People continue to look for ways to live more natural lifestyles. Also, many pet owners are hoping to include their furry family members in the lifestyle. While there is nothing wrong with embracing a natural lifestyle in general, there is a point where you need to consider the best option.…
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Helping Your Pet Adjust When You Return to Work

If like many people, you have been working from home during the last few months, your pets will have almost certainly grown accustomed to having their human family around much more often than they are used to. Alternatively, you may have recently adopted a pet to keep you company while…
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8 Things You Can Do to Protect Your Dog in the Summer

During the summer, most people enjoy life outdoors having fun. For people with pets, summer is a great opportunity to play and bond with them. However, it is important to take care of your pet so that the summer heat does not injure them. Here are some tips to help…
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Importance of Vaccinating Your Pets

Vaccinations protect your pet from highly contagious diseases that not only pose a risk to other pets but also to human beings. In fact, vaccinating your pet is one of the best ways to keep it healthy for a long time. Vaccines work by giving the immune system of your…
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How Mosquitoes Can Not Only Harm Humans but Can Cause Heartworms in Your Pet

Mosquitoes usually bite humans and transmit harmful diseases such as dengue and malaria into their system. These parasitic insects also do the same for your pets. According to the Frontiers in Physiology journal, culicid mosquitoes can bite pets and transmit the heartworm parasite into their bloodstream. If you want to…
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