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You know your pet needs regular checkups to stay healthy. Taking your pet to the pet vet clinic regularly is essential at every life stage. No one loves your pet as much as you do. Part of that love is making sure he gets the best veterinary care possible. It’s especially important when you first bring him home as little ones. The Little ones need a special set of exams and vaccinations. You also have to provide home remedies for...

Our pets face stress and anxiety too. You heard it right! Dogs communicate their emotional state through body language and behavior. It is important to notice the signs of stress in their early stages. You can help reduce your dog's anxiety by choosing certain foods and adding them to your dog’s diet. Here is an infographic by DogBuddy sharing foods for treating anxiety in dogs. While traveling with pets can surely help to take care of a dog’s health, especially while...

Dogs are part of the family, and by learning CPR you can take care of a dog’s health. CPR stands for cardiopulmonary resuscitation and is a life-saving procedure used to help dogs that have stopped breathing or have no heartbeat. Do you own a pet and don't know how to perform CPR and first aid? In the given infographic, TRUDOG is showing how you can perform CPR and potentially save your dog's life. ...

Our dogs often suffer a decline in functioning when they age. Their memory, their ability to learn, they suffer from various dog health problems like joint pains, their awareness and their senses of sight and hearing can all deteriorate. It is very important to protect your pet because senior dogs have different care requirements than those of a younger dog. In the above infographic, DVMmultimedia is showing senior pet wellness like, exercise can help senior pets maintain better health and can...