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  • Choosing a Veterinary Hospital For Your Exotic Pet
    Every few weeks, my exotic pet hospital in New York receives a call from a desperate exotic pet owner somewhere far away seeking advice about their sick pet. […]

  • What do we know about COVID-19 and Pets?

    COVID-19 and Pets, Veterinarians deal with corona viruses a lot and have for a very long time, canine and feline corona viruses – which the two species don’t sha […]

  • Your Pet’s Weight Matters
    Just like with humans, the primary cause of pet obesity is too much food and too little exercise. Obesity presents cardiovascular, musculoskeletal, and digestive dangers to your pet’s […]

  • Find The Right Dog Food Online
    Dogs are great pets that are emotionally bonded to their master and to keep it fit and healthy it is important to keep an eye on their food and activity to maintain their vigor and […]

  • Dogs, Cats, and Human Food – How Human Food can Harm our Pets
    We’re all guilty of it – giving in to those big begging eyes pleading at us for a scrap from the table during dinner. Fido knows just how to get you […]

  • CanadaPetCare Offering 20% Discount Sale

    Hello, We are happy to inform you that Canadapetcare offering a huge 20% discount offer 23rd July and it will end on 26th July. The stocks are very limited, so if you […]

  • BudgetPetCare Offering 20% Discount Sale

    Hello We are hoping that you will take advantage of the new special 20% discount offer + Free Doses and Combo Offers and start ordering on our website. Thank you for […]

  • Hello, I hope you are having a great day. BestVetCare Brings the Biggest Sale Event of The Year From 22nd to 25th July 21. You Don’t Want To Miss It! Use Coupon: BFJULY20 & Avail 20% Extra off + Free Shipping on a […]

  • Keeping Your Dog From Tick-Borne Diseases
    Dog Checkups & Preventive Care
    Ticks are such annoying little creatures, but far more significant than the nuisance factor is their ability to spread disease. Ticks that embed in a dog’s skin can transmit a variety of serious and even life-threatening infectious diseases including:

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  • Preventive Care
    When it comes to caring for your cat, I have a few simple recommendations for Cat Preventive Care

    Maintain a safe environment (keep him indoors)
    Feed a high quality food (e.g., a m […]

  • What do we know about COVID-19 and Pets?

    Learn from Dr. Gail Golab, Chief Veterinary Officer at the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and the news from IDEXX Laboratories. IDEXX tested thousands […]

  • Should my Pet be Tested for COVID

    If your cat or dog is coughing, the good news is that it’s probably not due to COVID-19. Experts from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)  and the  […]

  • Cats, Dogs And Human Food
    We’re all guilty of it – giving in to those big begging eyes pleading at us for a scrap from the table during dinner. Fido knows just how to get you to concede, and most of us justify […]

  • Mobility for Your Paralyzed Dog
    The case of dogs is not like the humans who feel comfortable even when sitting for long hours. Unlike people who can merely sit in front of the TV or use the computer all day, dogs are naturally active and they love to wander around and explore as their way to enjoy life.

    That is why when your dog falls ill…[Read more]

  • Responsible Pets Ownership
    With all the companionship and love that our pets give so freely, it’s hard to imagine that some owners just don’t take responsibility for their dogs. But it’s true. Millions of […]

  • Longest-living dog breeds

    Dogs are popular companions in most countries and cultures. Providing company, unconditional love, and safety are just a few characteristics that make them our best friends—and, most of all, make us happy.

    Many factors go into choosing a dog breed: the size of your home and city; your family; your a…[Read more]

  • Can dogs and cats live in peace under one roof?

    Posted April 21, 2020

    It is interesting how most dogs love to “torture” their cats, usually in a non-violent way. It’s all done in good fun, kind o […]

  • FDA announces recall for pet food after at least 28 dogs die.
    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is alerting pet owners about a food recall after 28 dogs were reported dead and eight more ill.

    Multiple product samples of the Sportmix pet food being investigated were tested by the Missouri Department of Agriculture and found to contain ver…[Read more]

  • Your felines’ tail is the most vital part to watch to figure out your felines emotions. You can figure out whether your feline is cheerful or not by examining her tail.

    Have you ever pondered what your feline is stating? I’m certain most pet managers have every once in a while. When you figure out how to read non-verbal communication you can!…[Read more]

  • The case of dogs is not like the humans who feel comfortable even when sitting for long hours. Unlike people who can merely sit in front of the TV or use the computer all day, dogs are naturally active and they love to wander around and explore as their way to enjoy life.

    That is why when your dog falls ill or worse becomes disabled, you…[Read more]

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