wildfire

Protect Pets from Wildfire Smoke | Veterinarians.com

Protect Pets from Wildfire Smoke | Veterinarians.com

Protect Pets from Wildfire Smoke

By Dr. Bruce Little

With the ever-expanding incidence of wildfires across much of the western portion of the United States, it’s a good idea to review actions that can be taken to protect pets from smoke a

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interesting facts about show dogs

Fun Facts About Show Dogs | Veterinarians.com

Fun Facts About Show Dogs | Veterinarians.com

Fun Facts About Show Dogs

You’ve watched the Westminster dog show, or a dog agility competition, and wondered what all the hype is about. Or perhaps you want a show dog but don’t know the first thing about finding one. Or may

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preventive veterinary visit

Preventive Pet Care: Your Pet's Wellness Program | Veterinarians.com

Preventive Pet Care: Your Pet's Wellness Program | Veterinarians.com

Preventive Pet Care: Your Pet’s Wellness Program

By Dr. Bruce Little

The old adage “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” certainly holds true when it comes to pet health. Veterinarians recommend regular wellness ex

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facts about horse health

5 Things You Might Not Know About Horses | Veterinarians.com

5 Things You Might Not Know About Horses | Veterinarians.com

Fun Facts about Cockatoos

If you’re interested in getting a pony or horse, you’ll need to consider its temperament, state of health, breed, age, and how they’ll be used. It’s a good idea to work with experienced horse peopl

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two birds cockatoos

Fun Facts about Cockatoos | Veterinarians.com

Fun Facts about Cockatoos | Veterinarians.com

FUN COCKATOO FACTS

COCKATOOS ARE ONE OF THE MORE POPULAR TYPES OF BIRDS TO KEEP AS PETS.

They generally have white feathers but some have black, grey, or pink feathers as well. Some species that are the most popular are Tanimbar corella, the Mo

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dog's first vet visit

Your Pet's First Vet Visit | Veterinarians.com

Your Pet's First Vet Visit | Veterinarians.com

Your Pet’s First Veterinary Visit: What to Expect

By Dr. Bruce Little

You recently adopted or purchased a new pet to bring into your family. You know your new addition needs to be examined by a veterinarian. First, call a veterinaria

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essential oils and candles

Are Essential Oils Safe for Pets? | Veterinarians.com

Are Essential Oils Safe for Pets? | Veterinarians.com

Are Essential Oils and Scented Candles Safe for Pets?

Essential oils and scented candles can be a relaxing addition to your home, but if you have pets, it’s important to exercise caution. These items can be dangerous for our furry friends!

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vet checking dog

What All Pet Owners Should Know | Veterinarians.com

What All Pet Owners Should Know | Veterinarians.com

FROM THE VET: WHAT ALL PET OWNERS SHOULD KNOW

Taking care of a pet has a lot of things to think about and consider. It can be difficult to know what’s most important! Aside from enjoying your new family member, that is.

We asked our veter

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how to keep cat off furniture

How to Keep Cats Off Furniture | Veterinarians.com

How to Keep Cats Off Furniture | Veterinarians.com

HOW TO KEEP CATS OFF FURNITURE

So you’ve recently noticed that your cat has started sharpening their claws on the armchair in your living room. You’ve shooed them away from it and even redirected them to a scratching post, but your cat

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caring for dogs

Caring for Dogs: A Guide | Veterinarians.com

Caring for Dogs: A Guide | Veterinarians.com

CARING FOR DOGS: A GUIDE

When thinking about adopting a dog or puppy, there’s more to it than just choosing the one you like the best — even though that’s important too! Consider the care, time, training, veterinary needs, vaccin

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