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  • Rats | Common Health Problems

    Filed in Small Animals, Rats

    As you prepare to purchase your first pet rat, it's important to track down an experienced veterinarian. Veterinary care for rats need not be expensive. I have been charged $35 - $40 per visit at various clinics here in the… Read more

     
  • Lifetime Pets | Babies & Young Children

    Filed in Cats, Dogs, Getting a New Kitten/Cat, Getting a New Puppy/Dog

    In most homes, pets are considered members of the family. They are tended to and cared for and efforts are made to see to their comfort and the quality of their lives. Never are these efforts more important than when… Read more

     
  • Euthanasia

    Filed in Cats, Dogs, Health

    Whether or not to euthanize a beloved pet is often one of the most difficult decisions that you will ever have to face. The moment may come when an animal that has been your loyal companion, your trusting friend and… Read more

     
  • Essential Mouse Gear

    Filed in Small Animals, Mice

    Getting a new mouse is like bringing a newborn into your house in the sense that it starts a chain reaction of purchases. Instead of strollers, cribs, and pacifiers, it's aquariums, water bottles, and wheels. Below is a general shopping… Read more

     
  • Epilepsy

    Filed in Dogs, Health

    Epilepsy is a term that simply means seizure disorder. We often make a diagnosis of epilepsy when we cannot identify a cause for the seizures. Another term for this is idiopathic epilepsy. This article will discuss some of the causes… Read more

     
  • Vaccinations & Licensing

    Filed in Dogs, Safety

    Bringing a new dog into your home requires a fair amount of work and preparation. There are all sorts of accessories to buy, preparations for housebreaking are a must, and obedience classes need to be arranged. However, before you begin… Read more

     
  • Goldfish Health Problems: Not Eating

    Filed in Fish/Reptile, Health

    With animals of any kind, you can usually be sure of one thing: they like to eat. So, when your animal isn't eating its normal amount, then you know something's up. This phenomenon includes even fish. But how do you… Read more

     
  • Evacuation Prepardness Kits for Cats

    Filed in Cats, Safety

    It's an old saying, but you never know when a disaster could strike. When you least expect it, you could be forced to evacuate your home or office on a moment's notice. In other articles, we've told you how to… Read more

     
  • Vaccinations

    Filed in Cats, Health

    The vast majority of cat diseases are easily prevented by vaccination. Vaccination is given in a single dose either by droplets placed in the cat's nose or injection. How the Vaccination Works Vaccination is designed to help prevent the disease,… Read more

     
  • Gas

    Filed in Cats, Dogs, Health

    It's a nice quiet evening at home. Bogart and Bacall mix it up on the tube, your cat Whiskers is on your lap, while your dog Rex is stretched out at your feet. As you reach for the popcorn on… Read more

     
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