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What’s the Deal with Fleas?

Fleas are small insects from the Siphonaptera family (insects without wings), approximately 0.12 inches long and bodies flattened sideways, which allows them to move easily between feathers and fur. Fleas

Periodontal Disease – Warning Signs

Periodontal disease is the Number 1 enemy of pet dental care. 80% of all dogs and cats suffer from this pathology. It’s an infectious disease caused by accumulated bacterial plaque

Kitties have Milky Teeth Too!

  24.04.2017   Cats, Pet health   No comments

Kitties are like baby humans, they have milk teeth! And, just like babies, their milk teeth also fall. This was a big surprise for us and caused us a stressful

Rabbits and Oral Health

Having healthy teeth is vital to the quality of life and health of bunnies. One of the main clinical problems of these pets is  teeth overgrowth. Rabbits have 16 milk

Brushing your pet’s teeth – Cats & Dogs

Is it important? Can I do it at home? The answer is yes! Taking care of your pet’s teeth is the best way to keep dental disease (tartar, gingivitis, abscesses,

Chocolates and Your Pet

With Easter just days away, it’s a great time to remind our pet-owners to hide their chocolates! Chocolate is made of cocoa seeds that contain two substances that are toxic

HOW TO TREAT A CAT WITH GINGIVITIS

A few years ago we adopted Thomas, a lovely rescue cat with whom everyone instantly fell in love. We followed the steps for adoption (collect, spay/neuter, adopt) and brought Thomas

How to keep your pet’s smile healthy

Approximately 85% of our pets will have dental problems by the time they are 3 years old. The most commonly seen problem is periodontal disease, But what can be done

Ringworm in Cats and a Newborn Baby

  2.03.2017   Cats, Pet health   No comments

I don’t really understand feline psychology, but I do realize that my cats felt a big change when the baby first came home. Maybe even earlier, with all the changes

What is Heartworm Disease?

Fleas and ticks can be harmful to your dog because they transmit disease, but did you know that some species of mosquitoes can cause health problems to our pets, as