Health and Well-being

DENTAL CARE FOR CATS AND DOGS

Dental care is important, and not only because unadequate hygiene means bad breath or yellow teeth. Canine or feline dental problems can actually lead to life-threatening infections and issues, such as kidney, heart or live disease. Scary, isn’t it? Healthy food The good news is that by feeding your cat or your dog Oven-Baked Tradition…
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Oven-Baked Tradition’s new weight control formula for overweight or senior cats

Does your cat have “losing weight” as a resolution for the new year? Probably not. Cats usually LOVE food and naps, and they want their life to be sweet of all the things they love. Dieting and working out is usually not part of their plan. They also do not know (or care?) about the…
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Less stress at the vet

Pets are rarely excited by a visit to the veterinarian. Dogs might be excited at first to go on an adventure, but once they cross the office door and know what awaits them, the excitement usually goes down and the stress level goes up. Cats are even less lucky as they generally get very anxious…
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Spring is here! Safety advises to enjoy this beautiful season with your pets

Spring is here! It might be tempting to add “finally”, especially if you are not a fan of the cold season. Your pet is probably as thrilled as you are that spring has officially arrived with its longer sunny days, its more active wildlife, and its thousands of interesting smells. This excitement could however lead…
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Pets and chocolate : A note of caution with Easter just around the corner

Chocolate is toxic to dogs and cats. It is definitely worth repeating again, and again, since the consequences of chocolate poisoning are so tragic. Yes, tragic. Ingesting chocolate will not only give your pet a simple stomachache or diarrhea for a couple of days: Ingesting chocolate can be fatal to pets. While this picture may…
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National Sterilization Day : Why it is important

Tuesday February 26th is National Animal Sterilization Day in Quebec.  It is a first in the province, and a copycat of World Spay Day, which has been going on since 1995 in the rest of Canada, and around the world. The National Animal Sterilization Day is meant to encourage Quebecers to neuter their cats and…
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Car Trips Tips for Pet Owners

To most people, buckling up their car seat belt is a no-brainer for their safety. A lot of pets unfortunately do not benefit from this same safety concern during car trips. Free roaming pets could nevertheless get seriously hurt during a car crash, and even hurt other passengers.   <a href="http://global.2016.bio10795.devl.activ Read More Here.is/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/dogseatbelt1.jpg”> Why…
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Separation anxiety…in cats

Subject : Separation anxiety…in cats Separation anxiety is unfortunately a very well known behaviour problem among dog owners. As pack animals, dogs like to be part of their family. And modern life unfortunately asks them to spend most of their days alone awaiting its return. Which is not easy, and worth panicking about for some dogs….
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Should I shave my dog or my cat in the summer?

When the temperature rises above 30C, and we see our dog panting or our cat grooming to relieve himself from the heat, it is tempting to give him a hand with a shaver. After all, it is only logical to think that an animal will not suffer from the heat as much if you relieve…
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Products you can purchase to cool down your pets on hot summer days

We are having record high temperature weather this summer. And it does not look like the weather is going to go down much in the next days. After sharing with you precautions you can take to keep your pets comfortable during a heat wave, here are simple products you can buy that could also help:…
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