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The International Day of Veterinary Medicine

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Our pets are more than just strange four-legged creatures sharing our homes with us. They are family, and that means we want the absolute best for them. Giving our pets the best means access to food and water, adequate shelter, lots of love, exercise, and quality medical care when they need it.


   

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Going Away? Here’s What to Do with Your Pets

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When it’s time to plan a holiday, there’s a lot more that goes into it than just accommodation, travel and what to do at your destination. If you’re a pet parent, you need to consider who will look after your beloved furkids whilst you’re away. If you’re lucky enough to be able to take your pets on vacation with you, check out these tips for travelling with pets. If not, here’s how you can make sure your pets are happy and well-looked after when you’re away:


   

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Cats and Water

Most cat owners know that their feline friends can be very particular about water. Although your cat might steer well clear of the swimming pool and get into a clawing frenzy if you try to wash her, she will happily play with water flowing from a tap or dip her paws into your bath

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Cats have a unique relationship with water, and to ensure your feline gets enough to drink during the hot summer months, it is useful to know why.


   

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Tips For Travelling With Pets

If you’re a doting pet parent, you likely can’t bear the thought of taking a family vacation without your furry family members. Any type of travel requires preparation and transit considerations, and the same applies to travelling with cats and dogs. Here are some tips for safe and stress-free travelling with your cat or dog

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15 Symptoms That Shouldn’t be Ignored

Our pets are part of the family and their health is so important to us. They tend to avoid showing their pain because they love their owners so much so it is our duty to make sure that we don’t ignore the signals that they give off when they are ill.
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Parvovirus in Dogs

Parvovirus is a deadly viral disease that can be easily contracted by young pups. The virus attacks cells in the body and severely attacks the intestinal tract of the dog. This virus can cause damage to the heart if treated a little late and may result in death if not treated at all.

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