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Cats reach their adult years at 10 to 12 months, and they'll need a different diet from when they were kittens. Find out what to look for, and what to avoid, in your adult cat's diet.
Dogs' mouths aren't the most pleasant things, it's true. But how can you tell a healthy dog mouth from an unhealthy one? Take a look at how to spot healthy dog teeth here.
Knowing what to feed your adult dog will help them live a longer, healthier life. Find out what to look for in your adult dog's food.
If your dog is diagnosed with heartworm disease, he/she can likely recover fully with treatment. Learn about the different treatment options available here.
People don't often realize it, but just like humans, male and female dogs have different dietary needs. Here are some tips for keeping your lady pooch healthy at all stages of her life, from puppyhood to her senior years.
Big dogs have dietary requirements that are unique from those of smaller dogs. Learn about the nutritional needs of large breed dogs, from puppyhood through maturity at PetCareRx.com.
Cataracts are the most common vision issue that dogs face. Here's what you need to know about this eye disease.
Who doesn't love a kitten? With all of that cuteness comes a whole bunch of fun and excitement. Learn all about your new kitten and the type of behaviors to expect as they mature.
Male dogs have different nutritional requirements to then their female counterparts. Get your hungry man all the essential nutrients to help them maintain a healthy weight and live a long life.
Hairballs are a nuisance to clean up and not much fun for our cats, either. Here are the top products for reducing hairballs for your cat.
The life cycle of fleas consists of four stages: eggs, larvae, pupae and adult. Controlling each is the key to avoiding a flea problem.
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.
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