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Puppies and Kittens
Your new pet
First vet visit
Baby-proofing

Feeding

Holidays

Bones and fat

Plants

Electrical cords

Candles

Chocolate

Fireworks

Pine trees

Ornaments

Visitors

 

Grooming

Get a good start

Handling

Brushing

Ear cleaning

Nail trimming

Teeth cleaning

 

Pet First Aid
Being prepared
Bite wounds
Bleeding

Not breathing
Broken bones

Burns

Choking

Diarrhea

Frostbite

Heatstroke

Poisoning

Seizures

Shock

Vomiting

 

Travel

What to bring

Food and water

Where to stay

Identification

Cars

Planes

 

 


 

pups and kits

 

The first six months of life can be one of the best times in a petís life, but it requires some patience and special care from pet owners. continue...

 

 

 

holiday tips

While you are busy making your plans for the holidays, please don't forget to include your pets. Though holidays are a time for giving, but there are some things you should not share with your cat and dogs! continue...

 

 

grooming

 

Grooming can be a stressful experience for both you and your pet! But, it doesn't HAVE to be! Grooming is an important part of pet care, so learn how to develop good grooming habits that don't leave you annoyed and your pet hiding under the bed!  continue...

 

 

pet first aid

 

Understanding basic pet first aid can help you remain calm in a crisis situation.  If you are aware what is going on, can keep a clear head, and follow some basics, it may buy you the time you need to get your pet safely to the veterinarian.  continue...

 

 

travel

 

Many people like to travel with their pets. Following some guidelines can help make this an enjoyable experience for both you and your pet. If your pet does not enjoy traveling, always keep in mind that a pet sitter could be your best option! continue...

 

 

 


Puppies and Kittens
 "Before bringing home your new pet, be sure you allow him enough time with his mom and his littermates to be healthy and well socialized.

Holidays
"Though holidays are a time for giving, but there are some things you should not share with your cat and dogs!"

Grooming

"Cats and dogs donít automatically hate having their hair brushed or their nails trimmed, theyíre just nervous."

 


First Aid
"Before you have an emergency, is the time to know how to handle one."

 

Travel

"If your pet does not enjoy traveling, always keep in mind that a pet sitter could be your best option!"