What To Know About Pit Bull Coloration

Posted on: 11 December 2015

If you're buying a pit bull puppy, you may have noticed that they come in a variety of colors like any other breed. If you've done further research, you may have found people listing certain colors as "rare" or "unusual." Other people claim there is a personality difference between dogs of certain colors. This, no doubt, can cause a lot of confusion about what to look for in a pit bull puppy.
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Why Indoor Cats Should Be Vaccinated

Posted on: 18 November 2015

If you have just acquired a cat that you intend on keeping indoors, you may have contemplated skipping vaccinations. While an indoor cat is certainly at a lesser risk of disease than an outdoor cat, there are still some reasons why you should go ahead and make an appointment with a veterinarian. Consider the following points to help you realize why getting vaccinations for your indoor cat is an important task. Living Situations May Change
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3 Things To Do Immediately After Your Dog Eats Chocolate

Posted on: 21 October 2015

Do you have a dog in the house? Do you also enjoy food made from chocolate? While you may love both your dog and your sweets, the combination of the two can be fatal. Chocolate contains an ingredient called theobromine, which is a stimulant much like caffeine. Theobromine affects a dog's heart, kidneys, and nervous system, thus making them sick, and in some cases, even causing death. You'll want to call a vet, like All Care Pet Hospital of Harbour Point, as soon as you notice that your dog has ingested chocolate.
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4 Ways To Take Care Of Your Puppy's Teeth

Posted on: 18 September 2015

If you have a new puppy, then one of your top priorities should be taking care of your puppy's teeth. Starting healthy habits early will ensure that your puppy's teeth remain healthy right into adulthood. Here are some dental care tips that you can use to get your puppy off to the right start. Feed Your Puppy Tooth-Healthy Kibble Kibble will help to slow down the formation of plaque on your puppy's teeth due to its abrasive action on the teeth.
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