Pet Health

Halloween Pet Safety Tips

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(or How Not to Spend Halloween Night in an Emergency Clinic) Halloween is approaching, and many are already planning for what is considered...

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Are Pets Little People?

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The trend of treating pets as little humans has become more common in this past decade. Important reasons for this are that more and more...

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Artificial Limbs for Animals

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Animals with mobility disabilities are frequently rejected as pets. Dogs and cats born with missing limbs, limbs lost to trauma, or those...

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Treadmill for Animals … in Water?

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Nowadays, therapists, sport coaches and trainers understand the benefits of aquatic therapy for people. The benefits for dogs are also well...

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Easy Tips to Prevent Pet Summer Emergencies

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The most dangerous month of the year for pets in South Florida is August. As temperatures and humidity rise, our pets are especially prone...

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Physical Therapy for Pets

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The field of veterinary physical therapy has been expanding rapidly within the last 20 years at national and international levels. This...

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The Truth about Vaccines for Pets

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It is well known that trends seen in human medicine are also seen in animal medicine. The human movements towards green medicine, for...

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Five Mistakes to Avoid When Choosing A Gift For Your Pet

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Christmas is around the corner and if you might be planning to get a gift for your pet, you are not alone. At least fifty percent of pet...

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Feline High Rise Syndrome

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Cats are mysterious creatures. In the medieval era, cats were believed to be associated with witches. Just as people accused of witchcraft...

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The Sixth Sense of The Dog

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Do dogs have a sixth sense? Sometimes it appears so. They seem to be capable of identifying natural events and medical conditions to a...

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