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Many people think that if you have pets, parasites are inevitable. However, this couldn’t be further from the truth. Thanks to modern veterinary medicine, it’s now easier and more affordable to provide our pets with the most advanced and reliable preventative care options and keep them safe from pesky parasites.
Although you probably have no intention of being separated from your pet, there is always a risk that it will happen. Whether it’s because you let your cat out during the day, your dog slips their leash when you are walking together, or your pet simply escapes your property without you noticing, the reality is that countless animals go missing every single year.
Spaying and neutering is a good way of reducing the overpopulation of homeless animals. Adoption of these pets would help. However, very few people step up to adopt the animals within the shelter’s time limit. If you can adopt, please do. Also, ensure you take your fur baby to the vet for spaying or neutering.
Being a pet owner comes with a lot of responsibilities – not least making sure that your furry friend attends their routine health examinations and get the right vaccinations, on time, every time. Here’s what you need to know about vaccinations and examinations for your pet.
Take care of your pet’s dental hygiene and oral health the same way you take care of your own. Animals are also susceptible to dental diseases and conditions. They will not complain as it is their nature to mask pain. However, you will notice some signs that may give you a clue.