New Pet Issues
New Pet Issues
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and for many of us, that means spending some quality time with our loved ones – be they two or four-legged, furred or not! However, for people in multi-pet households, it’s not always rainbows and roses; it can be especially difficult when two partners make the decision to move in together and subsequently, move the two fur-babies in together as well. It would be nice to assume that introducing new animals to each other and a new environment is as easy as throwing them in together and expecting them to just get along but unfortunately it is just not that simple. They are essentially step-kids and their whole world is being turned upside down, so here are a few tips to try and ease that tricky transition…
It probably was an exhausting period for the wee tyke and after such adventure and hard work delivering Easter eggs around the world, it would be a great idea to have his/her health checked by your nearest Vets4Pets rabbit veterinarian.
Vets4Pets can show you how you can help your pet while still protecting your budget. Get help to manage your pets’ medical expenses and make sure they get the care they need, every time they need it.
Help your puppy learn obedience, tricks and how to get along with other dogs. Establish healthy behaviour and enjoy bonding with your pup as he or she grows in confidence in a vet practice environment. Find out why you really need to take your puppy to school?
Toilet training is one of the most common problems that every new dog owner has. The good news is that most of dogs will get toilet trained in their own time but the dog owner should not rely on this fact.
Indoor marking behaviour can be confused with a breakdown in toileting behaviour. Territorial marking by urine spraying which usually occurs against vertical objects such as chairs or walls and can be distinguished from urinating where a greater volume of liquid is deposited from a squatting position by both male and female cats.
If you're going away, Vets4Pets offers a ‘home away from home’ boarding service for your pet ensuring only the best quality accommodation and professional care for your dog, cat, bird, rabbit, amphibian or reptile in comfortable, secure and peaceful surroundings.
Ear mites are often seen in puppies and kittens. Why is it important to know that your dog to cat has ear mites and what kind of damage do they cause?
There are many toxic food and household items, which could prove lethal to our pets. Vets4Pets brings you a list of these items and the effects they can have if eaten – even in minute quantities.
Pets with infestations with intestinal worms are often seen in our small animal practices. While it does not cause too many problems to older animals, it can be life threatening in young ones. Intestinal worms can be transmitted from your pet to you and this is why this topic becomes very important.
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