4 Ways To Pamper Your Pet

Posted on: 11 February 2016

If you're celebrating a landmark in your pet's life, like their birthday, then it might be time that you pampered them a bit. Figuring out what to do for your pet that is both special and something that they will enjoy can be difficult. Luckily, this brief article will give you a few ideas. Included here are just a few ways to pamper your pet. Pet Spas Pet spas are mainly tailored towards dogs and cats, and offer your animals a number of grooming amenities.
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4 Things Hedgehog Owners Need to Know About Pet Obesity

Posted on: 2 February 2016

Hedgehogs can become dangerously overweight, just like people can. Here are four things hedgehog owners need to know about obesity. How much should hedgehogs weigh? Typical adult hedgehogs weigh between 350 and 450 grams (12 and 16 ounces). However, due to differing body types, hedgehogs can still be healthy outside of this range. The healthy weight range for hedgehogs is 220 to 1,000 grams (8 to 35 ounces), depending on their build.
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Taking Care Of Your FIV Positive Cat

Posted on: 29 December 2015

The feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) damages your cat's immune system, so it's difficult for them to recover from an illness or injury. Your cat will still thrive for many years with your help. Here is how this disease impacts your cat and what you can do to help them live a comfortable life. The Health Problems are Secondary The virus itself doesn't produce any symptoms, but you'll see changes in your cat because of the damage to the immune system.
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4 Natural Ways To Relieve Your Dog Of Its Arthritis Symptoms

Posted on: 22 December 2015

While your furry friend was once able to run around, jump, fetch and play with no problem, your dog will likely eventually struggle when it comes to simply standing up after a nap. This may be due to arthritis. If you believe your canine has arthritis, it is best to have it medically diagnosed by a veterinarian. In the meantime, it doesn't hurt to do your share of research on some natural ways to help your dog manage the typical symptoms of arthritis, which can include these four:
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