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Seizures

If your pet ever has a seizure, call the veterinarian about how to handle the immediate situation. Read more

Shock

Shock is a physiological phenomenon that results in cardiovascular collapse. Read more

Nosebleed

Nosebleeds in pets are usually caused by injury, infection, bleeding disorders, foreign objects, or tumors. Read more

Vomiting

Any pet that eats grass will probably vomit the grass and stomach contents. Grass has no food or medicinal value whatsoever to a dog or cat and can cause gastrointestinal tract irritation or bleeding. Read more

Punctures

Innocent though they may seem, puncture wounds need to be treated with caution. Read more

Giving Pets as Gifts This Holiday Season

The bond between humans and dogs is a beautiful thing, and watching it develop can be almost as satisfying as forging it yourself. So it's not surprising that dogs are such a popular gift idea. Read more

Sleeping Arrangements for Puppies

Sleeping arrangements for a new puppy will require some preparation. If you're adopting early, it's very likely that this will be your puppy's first night away from its mother and littermates. Read more

Recession-Proof Your Dog - 11 Tips

Owning or adopting a dog can be expensive under any circumstances. Between the price of food, medical expenses, pet paraphernalia, training, and boarding, monthly budgets can shoot skyward with the addition of a four-legged friend to the household. Read more
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