Planning Your Summer Vacations? 4 Things You Should Do When Leaving Your Cat With A Boarding Service

Posted on: 9 February 2018

If you're planning your summer vacation, now's the time to start thinking about arrangements for your family cat. Leaving your cat alone for the weekend is one thing, but if you're going to go away for longer than that you'll need to make arrangements. While cats do tend to prefer their privacy, they also require care and attention. If you've never left used cat boarding services before, here are four tips that will ensure a safe and pleasant experience.
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Know Your Cat's Ears – What Could Be Wrong And What Needs Done To Fix It

Posted on: 8 February 2018

Your feline friend relies on you to take care of him or her. When something is wrong, it is up to you to take notice and do something to make it right. When your cat begins to have problems with his ears, there are a few things that you should know to look for to help you treat the problem and get your cat feeling better. Here, you will learn a few symptoms to watch for and information about what your pet's healthcare provider will do to resolve it.
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Care Tips For Your Poodle

Posted on: 7 February 2018

Poodles are a hypoallergenic dog, which is great for households that have anyone that may have allergies, asthma or other breathing problems. Poodles come in several sizes; the standard poodle is the largest, then there is the toy poodle, micro-toy poodle, and even mixed breeds with poodles. Whether you choose a standard poodle or a poodle mix, your puppy needs to be cared for properly. If you've been looking at poodle puppies and thinking of getting one, Ssee below for care tips for your poodle.
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What To Do If Your Cat Has A Fever During A Disaster

Posted on: 2 February 2018

If you're a good pet parent, chances are you already know what to do if your cat gets ill during day-to-day life. But what if it happens in the middle of a disaster, like a hurricane or an earthquake? With roads out of service, and power and phone lines down, you could find yourself in a jam. Here's how you can prepare for the chance of your cat developing a fever during a major disaster, where you can't just hop in a car and drive to your usual vet's office.
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