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Vets can often grapple with 'convenience euthanasia', where a client brings in a pet because it may, for instance, interfere with their lifestyle.
It may seem like sort of a silly thing to ponder, but determining a pet’s “real” age can actually be important when recommending life-stage specific healthcare for animal patients.
Pets can be influenced by the personality traits of their owners, something veterinarians could use to help them diagnoise any pet problems.
If you live with a pet, there is a good chance you consider it to be a member of your family. It is well established that companion animals, ranging from cats and dogs through to birds and rodents, can have a positive health benefit in our lives.
If dogs are bred with known health disorders, what role should vets play in discouraging potential owners from animals that could cost them both financially and emotionally?
Pets are vulnerable to cannabis toxicity - by ingesting cannabis products and also by inhaling second hand smoke. In some cases this can be lethal.
When you say the phrase “dog breath” everyone knows what you mean—that stale smell you get a whiff of every time your dog leans in to lick your face. But you don’t have to live with the stink. This water additive from Oxyfresh will help you banish your dog’s bad breath for good. Just be sure to check in with a veterinarian first to rule out underlying problems like cracked teeth or periodontal disease.
If you're far from home and your dog is experiencing symptoms, pour water from your water bottle down your dog's back, recommends Sarpong. "I tell clients to wet their dogs before a walk. Pouring a water bottle down the back can help make that walk safer. It lets them evaporate water and that's what our sweat does. It takes heat away from the body, giving them an additional way to cool down."