Four Smart Ways To Keep Your Cat Cool In The Summer

Posted on: 13 June 2017

You can keep the air conditioning set to a temperature that feels brisk and refreshing to you, but realize that you don't wear a fur coat all year long. Although their fur keeps them warm in the winter and protects their sensitive skin from insect bites, it can also make them feel hot and lethargic at the apex of the day during the summer months. If you want to avoid needing to take your cat to an animal clinic for over heating or sun exposure, stick to these four tips that outline how to keep your feline friend feeling happy and balanced.
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3 Ways To Make Sure Your Dog Doesn't Run Out Of Water

Posted on: 12 June 2017

The dog days of summer will soon be here. Unfortunately, that doesn't mean your dog is well-suited for the temperatures. In fact, summer heat can be particularly devastating for your dog, even if it's in a cool environment. If you're going to be gone all day, or over the weekend, make sure your dog has plenty of water. You don't want your dog to get dehydrated, and suffer a medical emergency while you're away.
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Health Tips For Outdoor Pets

Posted on: 12 June 2017

For many pet owners, it seems only natural for their animals to spend most of the time outside. Yet, it can be easy to overlook the health needs of your pet if it is outside where you can not easily see it. In order to protect your pet's well-being, there are several tips that you should be following when it comes to the time your animal spends outside.   Keep Your Pet Protected Against Common Pests
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Summertime Threats From Pet Parasites

Posted on: 8 June 2017

As the weather gets warmer, both pets and their owners are ready to enjoy the beauty of nature. However, behind the beauty lurks danger in very small packages. Parasitic insects can cause serious health problems for both pets and their owners, so extra vigilance is required to keep everyone safe. Ticks and Lyme Disease While Lyme Disease is endemic in certain areas of the country, it can be contracted anywhere where black-legged ticks are present.
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