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Protect Your Pup: Why You Need To Vaccinate

If you've recently brought a new puppy into the family, you may be wondering about vaccinations. If you've decided not to vaccinate your puppy, you may want to rethink that decision. Vaccinating your puppy is one of the best things you can do for your new family member. Before you pass on the vaccinations, read the information provided below. You'll find four reasons

Signs Your Pet Parrot Needs To See The Vet

Parrots make wonderful pets as long as you're able to take good care of them. They're incredibly long-lived; many live for 40 years or more! They bond deeply with their owners, and they mimic human speech so well you'll often feel like you're having a conversation with them. An important part of caring for your parrot is knowing when it's sick and needs to see the vet

3 Common Reasons Chickens Need a Vet for Treatment

For many people, chickens are a form of livestock or simply egg producers. However, there is a growing number of people who view chickens as their feathered pets. Curiously quirky, friendly with enough human interaction, and downright comical at times, chickens can make good pets. The thing about having a chicken as a pet is that their vet needs can be a bit different

4 Types of Canine Medical Conditions That Can Involve ER Vet Visits

Thankfully, emergency rooms are available for animals just the same as they are available for humans. Here is a look at four medical conditions that can involve ER vet visits for your dog.  Canine von Willebrand's Disease Canine von Willebrand's Disease is a dangerous condition in which the dog does not have enough platelets in their blood. Pl

Three Ways You Can Protect Your Pup From Ticks

If you're like most dog owners, you truly enjoy spending time outdoors with your furry friend — and now that spring is finally in full swing, you're probably getting outdoors as often as you can. However, the natural world isn't without its dangers, and one of the major ones where dogs are concerned is ticks. Even though ticks can be active during the winter in areas