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Our Feline Friends and Dairy

posted by tonyslack11222 on Jul 11, 2017
tags: Our Feline Friends and Dairy

Most adult cats are actually lactose intolerant, just like some humans can be. This means that the cat doesn’t possess enough lactase in the gut to digest lactose, the primary enzyme found in milk. Learn more information about your feline friends visits the website.

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How to Exercise Your Pet Indoors

posted by tonyslack11222 on Jul 11, 2017
tags: How to Exercise Your Pet Indoors

There’s no substitute for toy time. Make sure your pet has a large selection of toys to choose from, and spend time with your animal friend daily for fun play sessions. Learn more click here.

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Cleaning Your Pocket Pet’s Cage

posted by tonyslack11222 on Jul 10, 2017
tags: Cleaning Your Pocket Pet’s Cage

Rinse out the cage with fresh water and dry it with a large towel. Allow your pet’s cage items to air-dry, then put in fresh bedding and put the cage back together. Learn more information visit the website.

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Help Your Pet to Lose Weight

posted by tonyslack11222 on Jul 10, 2017
tags: Help Your Pet to Lose Weight

Overfeeding is the single leading cause of obesity amongst pets. Ask your vet about the proper portion size for your animal friend, and pick up leftover food rather than leaving it out for your pet to nibble on. For more details visit the given link. http://birdpicsandmore.com/help-your-pet-to-lose-weight/

 

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Preventative Care Tips for Your Cat

posted by tonyslack11222 on Jul 10, 2017
tags: Preventative Care Tips for Your Cat

Even if your cat never ventures outdoors, she’s at risk for contracting fleas or worms. Avoid the risk before any danger rears its ugly head—have your feline friend wear seasonal or year-round preventative medications to get rid of these pests. Learn more visit the website.

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The Many Benefits of Adopting Older Pets

If you’re considering adopting a new pet soon but aren’t interested in a puppy or kitten, try out your other option: an older pet! Our elderly pets make great additions—learn why below from your Indianapolis, IN veterinary professional. Learn more information visit the website. http://pawsforapurrpose.com/the-many-benefits-of-adopting-older-pets/

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Senior Cats Need Regular Nail Trimming

Senior cats tend to become sedentary and won’t spend as much time with the scratching posts. Without natural wear and tear, their claws can grow long and make walking hard for them. For more details visit the given link. http://veterinary-tips.ucoz.com/blog/senior_cats_need_regular_nail_trimming/2017-07-10-4315
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Potential Risks Of Obesity In Cats And Dogs

Obese cats are unable to reach certain parts of the body. The hairs on these areas appear unkempt and matted; also, the skin in these spots tends to become dry and flaky, which can become cracked and sore over time. Learn more click here. http://vetshelp.inube.com/blog/5834418/potential-risks-of-obesity-in-cats-and-dogs/

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Senior Cat Care Tips

posted by tonyslack11222 on Jul 10, 2017
tags: Senior Cat Care Tips

Today, cats are living longer than ever; this is generally attributed to a variety of factors including appropriate nutrition, good veterinary care, lifestyle changes, and advancements in the health and wellness of senior cats. Learn more information visit the website. https://veterinarian-tips.jimdo.com/2017/07/10/senior-cat-care-tips/

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Does My Veterinarian Really Need to Know?

posted by tonyslack11222 on Jun 22, 2017
tags: DoesMyVeterinarianReallyNeedtoKnow?

Canines and felines are frequently great at "concealing" side effects that something isn't right so at times only the way that something appears "somewhat off" means that your pet requires a trek to their veterinarian. For more information about this visit this website.

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