5 Hidden Tooth Problems That Should Be Examined On Dachshunds

13 October 2015
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Dachshund owners are keenly aware that extra attention should be given to their long backs, but that is not the only health problem owners should be aware of. A dachshund's bark may be louder than it's bite, but the proper dental care of a dachshund is crucial for it's health. By scheduling a professional pet teeth cleaning, you can uncover five hidden dachshund problems that are not seen on the surface level. Read More 

4 Reasons Your Chickens Need A Water-Tight Coop Roof

20 July 2015
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You want the best living conditions for your chickens, including healthy chicken feed, fresh water, and a nice place to sleep and nest. When the roof of your chicken coop is not built the right way, and it leaks when it rains or when snow and ice melts, you need to get it fixed as soon as possible. Here are four reasons you should fix your leaky chicken coop roof. Read More 

Feed Your Feline: Adopting A Raw Food Diet For Your Cat

7 July 2015
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If you are concerned about the health of your cat or about which diet might be best for them, you might be thinking that raw meats would be a good option, as these are what wild cats eat and survive on. If you are hoping to reap the benefits that come from supporting your cat as a carnivore, you should know about the risks and the steps you have to take when implementing a raw food diet for your cat. Read More 

Recognizing And Treating Ear Inflammation In Dogs

30 March 2015
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Have you ever gotten an ear infection? It was probably very uncomfortable for a day or two before you realized that you needed to go to the doctor and get it checked out. But when a dog has ear inflammation, they have no way to communicate that they need to go to the doctor. Therefore, it is very important that each dog owner learns to recognize the small signs that their dog could have a painful ear inflammation (also known as otitis). Read More 

3 Tips For Adjusting To Life With A Blind Dog

25 March 2015
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There are many reasons why dogs can begin to lose their vision. Age-related conditions, injuries, and certain illnesses can all take a toll on your pet's eyes. Many pet-owners envision constant care and frequent animal hospital visits due to accidents, and some even consider putting their dogs to sleep due to blindness. However, it is possible for a blind dog to have a good quality of life, as long as you're willing to learn how to help them learn to adapt to their condition and navigate the environment without their vision. Read More