dog next to medication that is dangerous for pets

The American Animal Hospital Association supports the dedication of many pet parents to maintaining the health and safety of their pets. But busy lifestyles and demanding schedules may not allow you to keep an eye on your pets all the time. Because of this, it is important to pet-proof your home and keep toxic substances out of their reach. You must know the common types of poisoning in pets to prevent them. Here are the details.​​​​​​​

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happy dog with strong teeth and good pet dental care

Proper oral care is crucial for our pets' overall health and well-being. Usually, pet dental issues arise by the age of three. It is advisable to start caring for their teeth from a young age, as soon as they start eating solid food.​​​​​​​

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sick puppy

Parasites are organisms that thrive on host animals and are a serious problem for puppies. Internal parasites are a common cause of gastrointestinal issues in pets. Unlike external parasites such as ticks and fleas, internal parasites can be present without pet parents realizing it.​​​​​​​

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cat on the vet table

Many feline parents have the misconception that cats do not need veterinary care. However, cats are prone to several conditions and issues with hormones, weight, tumors, and genes. Though they remain indoors, they may occasionally encounter other animals. These could be your visitors’ pets or others that may stray into your home. For these reasons and more, your cat needs to have regular visits to the vet. Their visits vary depending on their age.​​​​​​​

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old dog on the grass

Cancer strikes almost 50 percent of all dogs over ten years. The Veterinary Cancer Society deems it the leading cause of death in senior dogs. So, you should know how to identify common cancer signs in dogs as your canine companion ages. ​​​​​​​

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