Stop Scratching! How To Care For Your Cat After Declawing

Posted on: 25 July 2018

If your cat is going to be declawed, you'll need to prepare for the recovery period. Your cat will need some extra care and attention following the procedure. While declawing is a minor procedure, it's still a surgical procedure, which means your cat will need a few days to rest and recover before it's back to its normal routine. Here are four important steps you should follow while your cat is recovering from surgery.
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Why You Should Still Spay Or Neuter A Cat If You Only Have One

Posted on: 24 July 2018

Spaying or neutering a cat is important to prevent the cat from reproducing and adding to the growing population of pets. However, if you only plan to have one kitty, you may wonder why you should bother having that cat fixed. There's no other cat for it to breed with, after all! The fact of the matter is spaying and neutering have other benefits in addition to birth control. Here are three reasons you should spay or neuter your cat even if you only plan to have one cat.
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How To Keep Your Dog Safe From Fleas And Ticks This Summer

Posted on: 21 July 2018

Fleas and ticks are going to be your dog's biggest foes this summer. Fleas and ticks are present outside, although some can be brought into your home on your own shoes or clothing, which can then attach themselves to your dog. Keep your dog safe this summer by following the tips below. Give Your Dog A Monthly Preventative The best thing you can do is to give your dog a flea and tick preventative.
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5 Ways To Keep Your Aging Pooch's Teeth Healthy

Posted on: 20 July 2018

You've loved your dog for years, but just like people, dogs' needs change over time. When they get older, different problems are likely to arise and you'll have to address them with the love and care you've always given. Since teeth can be a major problem for older dogs, they demand your attention, and, as necessary, some adjustments for both you and your pet. Apply Breed-Specific Care If your particular dog has bad teeth in his DNA, you'll need to be extra vigilant.
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