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Why Your Pet Deserves To Be Groomed Every Once In A While

Pets really are the love of most people's lives, and it is easy to tell as much because of how much time you spend with them. Whether you are walking them, feeding them, cleaning them, buying new toys for them or thinking of how you can make your home more accessible for them, most people cannot stop thinking about their cat or dog. However, the idea of letting an outside person groom your pet might seem a bit odd when you can do it yourself, but the truth is that they can do a far better and more in-depth job than you can, so here are a few reasons why your pet deserves to be groomed once in a while.   Read More...

2 Tips For Dog Owners Who Are New To Using Pet Grooming Services

If you're a dog owner who is new to using pet grooming services and are about to make an appointment with your vet clinic's pet groomer, here are some tips to follow. Keep the weather forecast and your plans for the upcoming weeks in mind when deciding how short to cut your dog's coat The dog groomer at the vet clinic will probably ask you how short you want them to make your dog's coat before they trim it.   Read More...

Two ways to ensure your puppy learns a lot at their puppy training course

If you've decided to try out a puppy training course, here are some things you can do to ensure your puppy learns as much as possible at these classes. Control their energy levels It's important to ensure that your puppy is neither too sleepy nor too hyper when they go to their training classes; the former might result in them refusing to do anything other than lay down and snooze when the trainer is trying to socialise them or teach them commands, whilst the latter might result in them being too excited and unfocused to notice you or the trainer or absorb what you want to teach them.   Read More...

Helpful Tips for Taking Your Cat to the Vet

If you have a kitten or cat, it is important for you to take them to the veterinarian regularly. If you get a new kitten, you should take it to the vet for a check-up, to get its vaccinations, and to start with preventive care. You will later need to take your cat to the vet for things like getting spayed or neutered, getting additional vaccinations when needed, and more. Plus, obviously, you'll want to take your cat to the vet if it is showing signs of illness or injury.   Read More...

It's Not Just About The Litters: Why You Need To Have Your Cats Desexed

If you have cats that have not been desexed, you owe it to yourself to schedule the appointment. You might think that desexing is only important if you want to prevent unwanted pregnancies, but that's not the case. Cat desexing provides benefits that you might not have considered. Here are four of those benefits.  Reduce Odor If you catch a whiff of cat urine each time you walk into your house, no matter how clean you keep the litter box, desexing can help.   Read More...