Getting a new dog for your household can be an exciting time. These furballs are not just adorable but they are bound to introduce a different dynamic to your family with the unconditional love they offer. Nonetheless, as a dog parent, you will take on several responsibilities when it comes to the overall health of your puppy. And while vet visits, stability and exercise and more are all important when it comes to the care of your new dog, nutrition is emphatically paramount.
There's something quite remarkable about your cat's claws. They're both a tool and a weapon, and they conveniently slide away when not in use, ready for next time. Sometimes a mishap can result in your cat losing one of their claws, whether it occurred while climbing, or perhaps even during a fight. But how serious is this type of injury? A Broken Claw A broken claw is far more common (and far less serious) than a claw that has been completely ripped out.
If you own a dog or a cat, you may not have considered having them microchipped. Read on to find out two reasons you should have your pet microchipped. 1. Microchipping isn't painful Some people worry that microchipping will be painful for their pet. However, the truth is while having the chip inserted may cause some discomfort, on the whole, microchipping is thought to be no more painful than a regular vaccination injection, and it will not cause any lasting pain to your pet cat or dog.
If you are the ambitious type and love the autonomy of private practice, then there is nothing wrong with starting a veterinary dental clinic right out of school. While you will be plunging yourself into the unknown, private practice is an excellent way to gain firsthand experience and understand how the industry operates. That said, it can be challenging to get clients when starting, but that should not discourage you. With the right strategies in place, you can attract a steady stream of clients to your practice.
Vaccinating dogs is an important part of keeping them healthy, preventing diseases that can be fatal in some cases. If your dog is a suitable candidate for vaccination and your vet advises you that it's the best option, you should try your best to keep up with the recommended schedule. Unfortunately, it's not always easy to keep on top of regular vaccination top-ups. You may miss the right date when you're busy and forget to schedule an appointment afterwards.