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When Should I Get My Pet Vaccinated?

The first few months of a pet's life are the most crucial. During this time, they get to meet humans and interact with their surroundings. To ensure long and healthy pet life, you should make sure they are vaccinated following a proper schedule.

Your Complete Guide to First-Year Puppy Vaccinations

Your little puppy’s immune system helps guard it against disease-causing pathogens. Despite the efficiency of the immune system, some pathogens may overwhelm it. Most of these pathogens are unrecognizable to the immune system and cause illnesses. Vaccines help the immune system recognize pathogens and eliminate them.

June Is National Microchip Month

Millions of animals across the United States end up in shelters every year. Sadly, very few pet owners bother looking for or reclaiming their lost pets from such shelters. If you are afraid of losing your pet, you should consider having a microchip implanted to increase the chances of finding it.

Signs and Symptoms Your Pet Has Lyme Disease

Lyme disease is a condition that affects both humans and dogs. The illness is transmitted by ticks and if left untreated, it can cause serious health complications. The bacteria that cause the condition can be transmitted from one animal to another. Knowing the signs and symptoms can help you to protect your pet and it is vital for getting early treatment.

Top Signs That Your Dog May Have Heartworms

Dirofilaria immitis is a parasite that causes heartworm disease in dogs. It is a serious illness that affects a pet’s lungs, heart, and blood vessels.  The condition can lead to lung disease, heart failure, and even death if you do not seek proper treatment.

Signs & Symptoms of Poisoning in Pets

There are a lot of substances that can be toxic for dogs and cats. If your pet inhales, ingests, or absorbs a sufficient amount of poisonous substance, it will trigger a reaction in the body. The signs and symptoms of poisoning in pets can vary widely, depending on the type of toxin they’ve been exposed to.

10 Warning Signs That You Should Take Your Pet to the Vet

Undoubtedly one of the biggest challenges of pet ownership is not being able to communicate verbally with your furry, feathered, or scaly friend. While you may have an unbreakable, deep bond, there’s no getting away from the fact that there are times where it would be really helpful if they could talk. No time is this more obvious than when our pets are injured or unwell. While some injuries or health problems are clearly visible, others are much harder to identify. Factor in that animals are predisposed to masking signs of vulnerability, and it’s easy to see why some issues go undetected for days, weeks, or even longer – something which could see your pet suffering unnecessarily or that could make their condition worse. To help you recognize if your animal is experiencing a health problem or injury that requires medical attention, here are the top 10 warning signs that you should take your pet to the vet.

New Year, New Pet Resolutions

The New Year is here! It’s another opportunity to fill 365 days with meaningful, happy memories. But, to achieve this happiness, you must plan. It would help if you were specific about what you want and how to attain it.

Top Tips on How to Take Care of Your Senior Pet

Just as we as humans change as we get older, so too do our pets. This also means that the care we need to provide for our pets as they get older could be significantly different, and as conscientious pet owners, it’s important that we know what we need to do to support them. With this is in mind, here are our top tips to help you adapt to the changing needs of your senior pet.

Top Tips to Keep Your Pet Safe & Protected

Many people gear up for Halloween every October. But did you know that this time of year is also known as National Animal Safety and Protection Month? Every year, veterinarians and other people who work around animals raise awareness about safe handling and caring for domestic and wild animals.

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