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Bloat is the second leading cause of death in dogs, yet few pet owners truly understand what the condition is, and how to recognize it. Bloat can affect dogs of any age and breeds and is one of the most serious pet emergencies you may encounter.
Understanding the signs of bloat in dogs, and what your emergency options are, may just save the life of your sweet pet!Continue…
Cancer is one of the most common diseases diagnosed in pets, especially as they age. Unfortunately, this doesn’t make it any easier for those of us who love and care for pets with cancer. Depending on how sick the pet is, daily care can take up a good deal of time and energy, and the emotional turmoil of the whole experience can be overwhelming.
Even though you may be caring for a sick pet, life must still go on. In some cases, this means traveling with a pet who has a compromised immune system. With the holidays right around the corner, The Pet Experts are here with some helpful tips to support your pet every step of the way.Continue…
Nobody blinks when they pay monthly car insurance premiums or invest in good health plans. Instead, we all recognize the value of protecting what’s important to us. When it comes to safeguarding your pet’s health and longevity, there are also health insurance plans, disease prevention methods, and dental care practices that demand time, attention, and money. However, microchipping your pet is the best insurance against ever becoming permanently separated, and aids in a swift return of a lost or missing pet.
Tiny, Easy, Effective
It sounds like something you’d see on the Syfy channel, and microchipping your pet is sort of a glimpse into the future.
About the size of a grain or rice, microchips are an excellent back-up to a pet’s collar and ID tags (which can be removed). While they don’t transmit location, microchips employ RFID, or radio frequency identification. When placed under a microchip scanner, a number comes up on the screen. Only when the number on the scanner is plugged into a national database can the pet owner’s information can be revealed. Continue…
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