In-Home Hospice Care Is Available for Terminally Ill Pets

Posted on: 25 June 2015

If your pet is in declining health, but you want to keep the animal at home during his or her final days, a veterinarian who provides in-home pet hospice care can make those days more comfortable for your pet and less stressful for you. In many areas of the nation, veterinarians and local animal hospitals offer in-home hospice care and euthanasia for aging or terminally ill pets. The goal of these programs is to keep a dying pet as healthy, happy, and pain-free as possible.
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Four Points To Remember When Collecting Stool Samples For Cats

Posted on: 22 June 2015

Collecting stool samples for your pets might seem relatively simple. That is, of course, unless you have to do it for a cat. Unlike dogs, cats systematically bury their bowel movements inside of their litter boxes – making it difficult to pull away for a fresh sample. Here are four points to remember in order to collect the sample successfully without losing your mind. Start with a Clean Slate Clean out the litter box thoroughly.
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What To Expect From A Pet Adoption

Posted on: 18 June 2015

Adopting a new pet can be exciting for your whole family. Not only are you adding a new member to your family, but a pet can improve many aspects of your life. However, to ensure you're prepared for the responsibility to come, it's a good idea to know what to expect from various sources of pets, such as breeders, animal shelters and government run pounds: Breeders While dogs are the most common, other animals are frequently bred professionally, too.
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Reasons To Find A Pet Grooming Service For Your Newly Adopted Dog

Posted on: 16 June 2015

Have you recently adopted a dog from a shelter? Are you still researching ways to take care of your new best friend? Whether you've adopted a dog with long hair or short hair, here are some reasons why you should consider finding a local pet grooming service for your dog to visit: Nail clipping: Cutting your dog's nails can be a difficult process for many pet owners. A dog will often disagree with the process, trying to slip free and run away when he or she sees the nail clippers.
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