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  1. How to Spot Tick Bites on Your Dog

    How to Spot Tick Bites on Your Dog

    Many people believe that ticks only affect humans, but dogs are actually more frequently used as hosts than humans. Not only can you be shocked...
  2. How to Give Tablets to Your Dog the Easy Way

    How to Give Tablets to Your Dog the Easy Way

    Is your dog refusing medicine? Many individuals are unsure of how to administer medicine to their dogs. A dog will spit out a plain pill...
  3. How Do You Treat Irritable Bowel Syndrome in Cats?

    How Do You Treat Irritable Bowel Syndrome in Cats?

    Pain and discomfort are common symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome in cats. Therefore, it is critical that the cat receives veterinary treatment as soon as...
  4. A Guide to Online Vet Prescriptions

    A Guide to Online Vet Prescriptions

    Today, almost anything can be purchased online, including your pet's medications. However, to purchase these directly from an online pharmacy, you will need to follow...
  5. How to Diagnose & Treat Cat Liver Disease

    How to Diagnose & Treat Cat Liver Disease

    Your cat's liver is an incredibly vital organ that is vulnerable to damage and diseases. As a result, recognising early symptoms of illness in your...
  6. How to Keep your Dog's Ears Clean

    How to Keep your Dog's Ears Clean

    Grooming is important to the health and happiness of dogs, just as it is to humans. You can clean dog ears at home, unlike some...
  7. How Do You Treat Osteoarthritis in Dogs?

    How Do You Treat Osteoarthritis in Dogs?

    As the most common form of arthritis affecting dogs, osteoarthritis (OA) affects synovial joints (common joints such as hips and knees). This chronic, irreversible condition...
  8. How do You Prevent Ticks from Biting your Pet?

    How do You Prevent Ticks from Biting your Pet?

    Having to remove ticks from your pet during the spring and summer months is no fun. In addition to being unsightly, these blood-suckers are notoriously...
  9. How Do You Check Your Cat For Fleas?

    How Do You Check Your Cat For Fleas?

    You may see some uninvited guests when the weather warms up in spring. Fleas are usually more active when the temperature is favourable (relative humidity...