Preparing Your Dog For The Pet Boarding Experience

Posted on: 9 May 2015

For many pet owners, placing their dog in a boarding kennel for even a few days can be an emotional decision. After all, it is always difficult to be away from someone that you love. However, with just a bit of planning, you can help to ensure that the time your dog spends in the kennel will be enjoyable for both of you. Make Sure Your Dog Is Up-To-Date On Their Shots
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2 Very Real (& Very Important) Advantages Of Dog Ear Cropping

Posted on: 10 April 2015

When it comes to dog ear cropping, there are many who purport that such procedures offer little benefit to either to the dog or the owner. However, while research varies from one veterinarian to the next regarding whether or not doing so will reduce your dog's risk of ear infection, there are quite concrete, tangible benefits to having this procedure performed. This article outlines two of the most legitimate benefits that dog ear cropping can provide: increased value for purebred breeders, and increasing the intimidation factor of guard dogs.
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Behind The Scenes: Three Situations Dog Boarding Staff Members Encounter

Posted on: 17 March 2015

Have you ever dropped off or picked up your dog from a boarding kennel and marveled at the organized chaos in the facility? From the outside looking in, a boarding kennel may seem like a loud, disorderly place. Boarding facility staff are quite possibly among the most coordinated and composed group of dog lovers you will ever find. Here is a peek into what staff members deal with each and every day, and how you can help.
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Raw Place On Cat's Neck? How To Treat It

Posted on: 24 February 2015

If your cat has scratched its neck so much that there is now a red area that is obviously sore, there are things you can do at home to help it. If the redness does not go away, you should take the cat to the veterinarian, as they need treatment that is more aggressive. Clean the Area Before you get started, you need to clean the area well. As most cats do not like to get a bath, you can put some water in a spray bottle, and spray the area.
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