Understanding Your Pet's Needs
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Understanding Your Pet's Needs

After my pet had a long, drawn-out battle with cancer, I realized that I needed to do a better job with understanding my pet's needs. I wanted to be there for them no matter what, so I started focusing on my other animals. They needed more love, attention, and medical care, so I focused on those things. I started taking them in for regular checkups and working on their physical appearance. I was able to spot a few other potentially catastrophic health conditions with my animals because of my actions. This blog is all about understanding your pet's needs.


Understanding Your Pet's Needs

  • Holistic Eye Infection Treatment for Your Cat

    20 November 2015

    One of the primary causes of chronic eye problems in cats is caused by the herpes virus. Some cats are exposed to the herpes virus as kittens when they are still in the womb. In some cats, the herpes virus lays dormant. However, in other cases, the herpes virus can flare up. When it does, it can cause chronic eye infections in your cat. Here are a few ways to treat chronic eye infections caused by herpes in your cat.

  • Three Newest Trends In Dog Grooming

    16 November 2015

    If you have a dog, you probably make regular trips to the dog groomer for a bath, trim and style. There are lots of ways to groom dogs, beyond a simple bath and brush out. Depending on the type of dog you have, you may be running out of ideas for cute ways to groom and style his or her fur. A couple new trends in dog grooming styles are becoming popular.

  • The Top Signs That Tell You It's Time to Go to the Emergency Animal Hospital

    16 November 2015

    As a pet owner, you always want to make sure that you are doing what is best for them, especially when it comes to their medical needs. Therefore, you might want to take a few moments to check out the following signs that it might be time to visit the emergency animal hospital. Walking Into Walls If your pet is suddenly walking into walls, or other random things around the house, it may be time to be a little concerned.

  • 5 Ways To Prevent Parvovirus

    15 November 2015

    Canine parvovirus is a viral disease that has serious consequences, including death. The disease is highly contagious and can be transmitted through animals, people, and even objects that have touched infected feces. To help keep your puppy healthy, it is important that you take action to prevent the disease.  Get Your Puppy Vaccinated Ideally, your puppy should receive its first pet vaccinations when it is six to eight weeks old. The vaccinations offer protection from parvovirus and other health conditions.

  • Should You Seek Acupuncture For Your Pet's Pain?

    12 November 2015

    If your pet is suffering from chronic pain, whether due to arthritis, degenerative joint disease, or another problem, you may be considering acupuncture. Acupuncture is often said to be useful for humans and animals, but does it really work? This article will help you to understand more about pet acupuncture and why it may not be right for your pet. What Acupuncturists Say Acupuncture Can Do Acupuncture works on the concept that energy flows through the body through channels called meridians.