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The Boxer can quickly gain weight after middle age. Learn how to keep your Boxer feeling healthy here.
Pekingese dogs have small stomachs, so it's important not to give them large servings. Learn how to properly feed your Pekingese 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.
Elbow dysplasia is a potentially debilitating form of arthritis that is usually found in large breed dogs and senior dogs. Find out what causes elbow dysplasia and what you can do to prevent and cope with it.
Toxoplasmosis is a parasitic illness that can be caught from a cat carrying the parasite. Learn how to better protect yourself and prevent your cat from catching and spreading it.
Cats are sometimes susceptible to urinary tract issues and cystitis. These painful infections are no fun for your cat, and could even require emergency veterinary care if not treated properly. Here are 6 great medications and a couple preventatives to keep your cat healthy.
As your dog ages, they will become susceptible to more health conditions than when they were young vibrant pups. Spondylosis is a spinal condition mostly seen in senior dogs and if not treated properly can cause your dog great discomfort.
Litter boxes are not one of the more glorious things about cat parenting, but it is a necessity, and not one that should be glossed over. Make sure you have everything your cat will need.
Most pet parents probably believe that proper joint health is something they won't have to worry about until their pup reaches their senior years. The truth is, hip dysplasia can occur in puppies as young as five months old. Learn more here.
It can seem like Christmas trees and cats go together like oil and vinegar, they just simply do not mix. Well have no fear, we have some great tips on how to keep your curious feline safe this holiday season. Learn more here.
Dogs and Cats that are overweight and obese are faced with many health risks such as high blood pressure and orthopedic issues. It is important to provide your pet with proper nutrition. Getting your dog or cat on a diet and exercise plan is the first step in the right direction.
The cost of having a pet can become quite expensive from the time they are small kittens and pups all the way up into their senior years. Learn some ways to help offset some of those expensive vet bills.
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