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    6 Ways Adopting a Pet Can Improve Your Life

    Almost everyone has thought about adopting a pet at some point in their life. If you’ve considering bringing home a furry friend, what’s holding you back? Perhaps you think they’re too expensive, or the constant shedding doesn’t sound all that appealing. Rest assured, there’s a pet for every budget, level of maintenance and lifestyle. No matter which animal you adopt, they all provide the same things—unconditional love and companionship.

    Can You Prevent Your Dog from Getting Worms?

    Parasitic worms live in every part of the world and are all too easy for pets to contract. However, it’s just as easy to prevent the spread from one animal to the next. A little bit of preventative care is all it takes to keep your pup worm-free and limit community spread.

    3 Common Autoimmune Diseases in Dogs

    Pet parents will do everything in their power to keep their pups safe and healthy. Unfortunately, despite the annual checkups, vaccines, balanced diet and regular exercise, some dogs inevitably fall ill with an autoimmune disease. These diseases lead your pup’s body to damage itself, and they can have devastating consequences if they aren’t treated.

    8 Questions You Need to Ask When Adopting a Rescue Dog

    Adoption is forever—at least, that’s the way it should be. Many of the animals in shelters and rescue agencies have bounced from one owner to the next, partly because those owners didn’t take the time to make sure they were a good match for the rescue dog. It’s important to go into a rescue adoption with a firm understanding of your own lifestyle and capabilities and how those match with your potential furry companion.

    Nominate Your Favorite Pet Rescue Group for Donation

    Help us to help the rescue groups saving our beloved pets from unthinkable conditions! If you are a pet parent to a rescue dog or cat, nominate your favorite rescue agency, shelter, or sanctuary and Pet Wellbeing will offer a donation to support their rescues. 

    What is Kennel Cough and How Can I Treat It?

    Just like humans, it’s normal for dogs to cough every once in a while. But if it sounds like they’re constantly hacking up a lung, something’s not right. Dry coughing fits could indicate the presence of a respiratory infection called kennel cough.

    Watch Out for Hot Spots on Your Dog

    Summer is here, and that means you and your dogs are sure to hit the pool, the trails and tons of other places for adventures. Unfortunately, all this extra exposure to moisture and grass might leave your pup feeling itchy, or worse, at risk for a type of skin infection called a hot spot.

    The Top 3 Reasons to Spay & Neuter Your Pet

    Spaying and neutering are among the most common surgical procedures for pets, yet many owners don’t understand why they’re so important. This leads people to question the practice and potentially skip it altogether. However, there are many reasons why pet parents should spay or neuter their cats and dogs—both for their sake and for the community at large. Here are the top three reasons every pet parent should have their pets spayed or neutered.

    The Top 8 Health Issues that Rescue Dogs Experience

    Rescue dogs often have traumatic pasts, so it comes as no surprise that many experience health ailments that potential pet parents must be aware of. Because dogs at rescue agencies may harbor both physical and mental trauma from neglect, abusive homes or living on the streets, prospective pet parents should expect to face some challenges along the way.

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