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The Importance of Health Checkups for Your Dogs

If you have dogs in your home, you may pamper them as well as take care of them. Since the pet is an important part of your life, then its health is also important. This means not only taking him out for a walk, giving them a good and balanced

How to Keep Your Dog Healthy During Coronavirus Lockdowns

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Tough times call for tougher measures. In the past few months, the world has been brought to its knees by the Corona menace. Most, if not all industries, including transportation, health, and food industry have been severely affected. Today, a vast majority of countries in the world are on lockdown. While

WHY DO CATS PURR?

CATS PURR

We all know that cats purr, but the reasons are different and they don’t always purr when they are happy. Curling up with your favorite ball of fur as she purrs away is pretty close to heaven, at least for cat folk. Yet, hidden between those vibrations, that most appealing

Aging Gracefully – How Owners Can Help Their Aging Dogs

You still remember the first day you brought your dog home – his boundless energy, his endless curiosity, and the challenge of keeping up with him. Today, he's just content lying around his favorite spot in the house. You've noticed that he has mellowed down and lost a spring (or two)

Suggestions to Help Your Cat Lose Weight

Do you know, around 48% of cats kept as pets are overweight? For a long and healthy life, a cat needs to maintain ideal body weight. And being a cat-human, we must help them stay healthy and take them for routine examination to pet hospital Virginia Beach. But before we start

How To Choose The Right Emergency Vet For Your Needs

Choosing the right emergency vet for your needs can often require you to consider a number of factors. Indeed, deciding on which vet you want to use can sometimes be overwhelming. However, if you consider a number of factors, especially the location and the potential cost, you can make the

Preventative Healthcare for Pets

Much like humans, cats, dogs and other domesticated animals can receive preventative healthcare from an early age, which would continue throughout the animal’s life. Whether a kitten or a puppy, your pet should have their first vet visit at around 6-8 weeks old, when they would be registered, examined and

TIPS FOR CHICKEN BREEDING

  When picking a chicken you will want to look at their individual breeds. This is necessary as some of them live great together and others have an attitude that requires them to with their own kind. Even though there are over sixty chicken breeds to choose from, there are a

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