After adopting a new puppy, you might be nervous about taking them out to the city or dog parks to interact with other pets. After all, a little puppy could easily be hurt by an animal or frightened by an unfamiliar situation, right?
Acupuncture, the use of strategically placed needles on the body, is a popular treatment used by humans to assist in pain relief and relaxation. But did you know that this practice can also be used on our four-legged friends?
The new year is just a few days away, and for many people, that means a fresh start and a new set of goals. New year’s resolutions are all about bettering yourself—whether you’re focused on your health, fitness, social life or other personal achievements. While you’re setting goals for yourself in the new year, don’t forget to make a few resolutions for your pets, as well!
When humans look for a general practitioner to take care of our healthcare needs, we have a lot of options. Doctors can specialize in many things, including different medical approaches like “traditional Western” medicine or “alternative” medicine.
With the winter holidays right around the corner, pet owners everywhere are searching for the perfect stocking stuffers to surprise their beloved four-legged friends with. Although items like blankets, toys and treats are staple gift ideas, another great gift you can give your pet is a healthy immune system.
Much like in humans, chronic inflammation is a problem that can lead to health complications in our furry, four-legged counterparts. Although inflammatory immune responses are normal, chronic inflammation is not, and mitigating it starting when your pet is young may help them live a longer and more comfortable life.
Dog owners love to spoil their dogs. Whether learning a new trick, behaving well, or just being too cute to resist, you might be tempted to shower your pup with cuddles, pets, toys and—of course—treats.
Walks are a daily part of your and your dog’s routine. Not only are they a crucial aspect of your pup’s exercise regimen, but they’re also a fantastic way for you and your dog to spend some quality time together and for you to get some exercise, as well.
It can be heartbreaking to see a cat or dog in a shelter being passed over because it has a disability or special health condition. Pets with special needs are just as—if not more—lovable than able-bodied pets, and adopting one can provide many benefits. Not only will you be giving a pet in need a loving home, but you can develop patience, creativity, joy and pride through raising an animal with health complications.
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