Keeping Your Lab's Coat Looking Good

Posted on: 15 January 2019

Labrador Retrievers can be a fun and energetic addition to your family. They are a water-loving breed with a beautiful fur coat that you'll want to maintain. While their short coats seem like they would need no maintenance, don't let that fool you. Their coats actually do need some care, though the care is fairly basic and uncomplicated. Here are some things you can do in order to keep your Labrador's coat at its best.
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2 Tips To Help Keep Your Dog Physically And Emotionally Healthy

Posted on: 8 October 2015

Your dog may be not only your constant companion but your best friend who gives you the emotional support to help you live a healthy life. With all your dog helps you with, it is important to take care of their physical and emotional needs as well. Here are some tips to help you give your dog the physical and emotional care they need during grooming and while you are away from home.
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Feline Heart Disease - Keeping Your Cat Healthy At Home

Posted on: 6 April 2015

You likely take your cat to a veterinarian for regular check ups. In some cases, your cat may be diagnosed with a serious illness during one of those routine visits.  Heart disease is one of the potential ailments your cat could develop.  If your cat has heart disease, then follow the tips below to make sure he remains in good health. Provide Medications Daily Cats with heart disease are often treated with medications, just like humans.
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5 Ways For Children To Honor A Dog's Passing

Posted on: 6 January 2015

Losing a pet is hard for anyone, but for a young child it could be really challenging to understand and become the first big loss in the person's life. As a way to help a child cope with a dog's passing, there are several things you can do with them to honor the dog. Many of these activities help the spirit of the animal live on and can be assisted with after the dog is put to sleep at a veterinarian clinic.
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