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You have a new puppy! It's all fun from here, right? Well, all puppies need certain vaccines -- some even required by state law. Find out what your puppy will have to get, and when, with this handy calendar.
From the time your bring your puppy or kitten home, to the time they have reached their senior years, veterinary care will always be required. How much and when all depends on which life stage your pet is in as well as any health problems. Learn more here about how to care for your pet as they age.
There are many causes of kidney disease in cats and dogs, including bacterial infections. Learn more here.
Puppies are susceptible to a number of diseases in their early life, but veterinary science has developed vaccines that can effectively protect your dog from these conditions. Learn what vaccines your puppy will need.
Bringing home a new puppy is a joyful occasion and having a puppy is also a big responsibility. As pet parents, it’s our job to make sure puppy stays clean, healthy, and well looked after.
Liver disease can be caused by many different disorders that can damage the liver in some way. Since there are so many contributing factors to liver disease, doctors can have a difficult time diagnosing and treating the condition.
When you get a new puppy, one of the most important things to consider is your puppy's first vet visit. This one trip can lay the foundation for great lifetime health! Here's what you'll need to know about your puppy's first vet visit.
Even though a new puppy is cute and small like a stuffed animal, puppies are far from toys. They require a lot of special attention. Here are some important things you can do with your puppy to ensure they are on their way to being a happy and healthy dog.
Pets require routine health care just like we do. There are so many different things that our pets need in order to keep them healthy, safe and living long happy lives with us. Here are some of the top pet health questions answered for pet parents.
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