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Monthly Archives: March 2017

Cat Owners, Keep These Toxic Foods and Plants Away From Your Felines!

Cat health

When you own pets, it’s important to maintain proper health care for your animals. Of course, pet health should be checked yearly by your veterinarian, and having dog or cat health insurance can ensure that you won’t be stuck with impossibly high animal care bills, should an accident occur. But cats are prone to hiding their health issues, and because we don’t speak the same language, problems can sometimes be hard to spot. To ensure the health of your cats, you need to pay close attention to their habits and any deviations from normal behavior.
It’s even more vital to contain a healthy, safe environment for your pet Continue Reading

Feeding Your Dog Properly For Optimal Health

Waynesboro veterinary clinic

Approximately 46,300,000 households own a dog. The annual cost of owning a dog is typically $1,135, and that includes the possible prices to the vet hospital and dog food. Some families skimp on the dog food brand they purchase because they figure if their dog doesn’t have a reaction to it, they’re fine. However, it’s worth it to check out the ingredients in the dog food and browse quality brands to ensure the fillers are kept to a minimum. Additionally, some people may find that if they feed their dogs properly, they may reduce their spending on dog food.

Proper Feeding Schedule
Puppies that are eight weeks old to 12 weeks old need to eat four meals per day. Once a dog reaches one year old, just one meal per day is plenty. Several families are overfeeding their pets, uninte Continue Reading

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