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How to Effectively Cope with Epilepsy and Seizures in Pets

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It’s never easy watching the ones we love struggling through epilepsy; the seizures are frightening to watch and the confusion and disorientation following a seizure are heartbreaking – and that is true regardless of whether your loved one is an epileptic child, parent or dog.

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Important Things You Should Know About Heartworms & Your Pet

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Heartworm disease: Doesn’t sound pleasant, does it? Well, it’s not but, unfortunately, it’s a big risk for many dogs in the US, and as global weather conditions change, that risk is growing. Heartworms can be fatal if left untreated or if it goes undetected for a long time. Even with treatment, the risk of long-term damage can affect your dog’s health for the rest of her life.

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Decorative or a Risk: Know which plants are toxic to pets

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Who doesn’t like some pretty flowers, shady trees and decorative shrubs? Not many people, that’s for sure. And even if you don’t have a garden, chances are good you still like to have some plants in the house. They brighten things up and give an air of freshness, so where’s the harm? There could be a great deal of harm, actually, if you have pets. Some of the prettiest and most common garden and house plants and flowers are toxic to dogs and cats (and other pets, including horses, rabbits, and hamsters).

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E-Cigarettes are Dangerous & Can Cause Serious Harm to Pets

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The risk of nicotine poisoning in cats and dogs is increasing in the USA and it’s all thanks to the ‘safe’ smoking option – e-cigarettes. Smokers are turning to e-cigarettes in their droves as a way to feed their nicotine addiction without the health risks of using traditional tobacco products, including cigars, cigarettes and chewing tobaccy.

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How Effective Are Pet Supplements? (And How Safe Are They?)

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The pet industry is growing in leaps and bounds, but some areas are growing faster than others. Pet nutrition, for example, is booming. More scientists are researching the best diets for breeds, sizes, and life stages. Naturally, studies into pet supplements are also more common.

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Top Tips on How to Provide the Best Puppy Health Care

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Caring for your puppy’s health

Bringing your puppy home for the first time is a brilliant feeling; there’s the excitement, the anticipation, the trepidation and, of course, the love. The trepidation is justified because raising a puppy is a huge responsibility and maintaining puppy health is not joke.

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Some Top Tips for the Best Kitten Health Care

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Caring for your kitten

Kittens are little more than balls of fluff when you bring them home, they’re ineffably cute but they’re also vulnerable and need a great deal of care to maintain kitten health and ensure their happiness well into adulthood.

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Senior Pet Health Care

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Caring for Senior Pets

Our furry companions need extra special care as they age, just like people do. They become more vulnerable to illness and injury and they may develop chronic conditions, like heart conditions or hip dysplasia, which require ongoing medical treatment or a special diet.

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