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Small Animal Care

The right small animal diet, a clean and dry habitat, fresh food and water, safe toys, and attention every day are important elements that will make your small animal happy and healthy. How often you clean your animal's cage depends on the cage size and the number of animals living in the cage. About once each week, remove all bedding and wash the cage with a mild soap solution. Rinse the cage with clean water to remove all soap residue. Always replace the old bedding with fresh bedding. A dirty cage could result in your pet developing respiratory problems due to ammonia build up in the cage caused by urine.

Dog Care

In addition to feeding and exercising your dog, other aspects of general care are needed to keep your dog healthy throughout its life. These include routine veterinary care for vaccinations, parasite control, and dental care; grooming; and protection from household hazards. Make sure they eat a healthy, balanced diet appropriate for their life stage and specific needs. Provide adequate mental stimulation with food puzzle toys, chew toys, and playtime. Engage them in an appropriate amount of physical exercise for their abilities and life stage. Give your pet loads of love and affection. But he will have a few tangible needs as well. · Food. We recommend high-quality, high protein, balanced dog food twice a day for adult dogs. ... · Water. Your dog should always have access to fresh, clean water. ... · Places to Sleep. A dog's bed is a source of comfort. ... · Exercise. ... · An Enriched Environment. ... · Basic Supplies. ... · Grooming

Cat Care

What is the proper care for a cat? Cats 101: Basic Health & Care Tips to Keep Your Cat Healthy 1. Groom your cat regularly 2. Provide fresh water daily 3. Make sure you have enough litter boxes 4. Notice if your cat starts urinating outside its litter box 5. Train your cat to use a scratching post 6. Use a cat carrier in the car 7. Keep your cat's teeth clean Security, comfort and a lot of love will be some of the cat's most basic needs. But he will have a few tangible needs as well. · Food. ... · Water. ... · Places to Sleep. ... · An Enriched Indoor Environment. ... · Grooming. ... · Basic Supplies. Toys: Toys are a great way to bond with your cat and provide him with mental and physical stimulation

Dental Awareness

Preventive oral care throughout your pet's life can reduce the formation of plaque and tartar which can lead to gingivitis, dental disease and systemic diseases that can negatively impact the life of your pet. Make sure to check your pets' teeth regularly for the following signs: Bad breath. Bleeding or red gums. Periodontal disease Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, affects more than 80% of pet cats and dogs. This makes it the most common disease to affect our pets. Periodontal disease is caused by plaque bacteria that build up on the teeth and can form hardened deposits called calculus or tartar Tips on improving your cat's dental health 1. Brush your cat's teeth to prevent a buildup of plaque. ... 2. Feed your feline a dry food dental diet. ... 3. Give your cat dental treats. ... 4. Treat your cat's water with an oral rinse. ... 5. Visit the vet regularly to check your cat's oral health Keeping your dog's teeth and gums healthy will help prevent oral pain. Preventing organ damage. Bacteria in the plaque can enter the bloodstream and spread to the heart, kidneys and liver. This spread of bacteria, called bacteremia, can damage organs and make dogs quite sick the most common dental problems seen in dogs are periodontal disease and fractured teeth. What are five common signs of dental problems in dogs? Symptoms of Dental Problems in Dogs  Swollen, red, and/or bleeding gums.  Buildup of yellowish-brown plaque and tartar on the teeth.  Excessive drooling.  Reluctance to eat, which may lead to weight loss · Foul smelling breath.

Spay and Neuter – Benefits

Spay and Neuter Benefits Are their health benefits to neutering your dog? Neutering a male dog prevents testicular cancer and reduces the risk of other problems, such as prostate disease. A neutered male dog might also have less desire to roam. May help with certain behavior issues. Spayed and neutered dogs and cats live longer, healthier lives. Spaying female dogs and cats eliminates the possibility of uterine or ovarian cancer and greatly reduces the incidence of breast cancer. Neutering male dogs and cats reduces the incidence of prostate cancer. Neutering your male pet eliminates his risk of testicular cancer. Spaying and neutering limits pet overpopulation. Spaying your female pet prevents heat cycles and eliminates yowling, crying, erratic behavior, and bloody vaginal discharge A University of Georgia study, based on the medical records of more than 70,000 animal ppatients, found that the life expectancy of neutered male dogs was 13.8% longer and that of spayed female dogs was 26.3% longer. Overall, your cat's personality should not change. Your cat may seem more reserved after getting the surgery, but that's because her hormones aren't fluctuating like they used to when she had heat cycles. Do indoor cats need to be spayed? Spaying prevents accidental pregnancy if your indoor cat ever escapes outside. Control the homeless pet population: Male cats are also inclined to slip out the door to find a female in heat. He could impregnate a stray female without your knowledge, adding to the homeless pet population.

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