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Sunday, 23 December 2012

An Animal Is For Life - Not Just For a Day!

Readers, if you are planning on bringing a new animal home for Christmas (or any other time of the year), make sure that you and your family are ready. Everyone has to want a new family member - everyone has to be eager and excited, or it will not work. Keep in mind that an animal is for life, not just for a day! 

So, for those of you who are considering a new cat or a dog, one of the most important health decisions that you should make is Spay or Neuter it. Spaying or Neutering your dog or cat will offer your pet lifelong health benefits. It will also immensely improve your pet’s behavior and keep it in the neighborhood - in other words your pet won’t want to roam away from home! And most importantly, Spay or Neuter helps fight pet overpopulation. By having your pet Spayed or Neutered you will be making the right decision. Well, I have no doubt that I did the right thing by Spaying all of my cats! 

Another important health decision that you should consider in the near future (the earlier the better) is your pet’s dental hygiene. For instance, unlike us, cats cannot brush their teeth or find an appropriate domestic replacement like a chewing bone; therefore Teeth Cleaning for Cats is significant in order to prevent your cat from having to experience painful and expensive surgery after suffering in silence. Foul breath is often a first indicator of dental disease, so be vigilant. A dental checkup is always performed on my cats when they go to their yearly vaccination appointments at the veterinarian. Their teeth are in better shape than mine! 

 As I was sifting through the Internet I came across a full service veterinary clinic that has patients of all kinds – from dogs, to cats, to horses, to birds and even to exotic pets. Here you will be able to perform all of your pet health needs such as all types of surgical procedures, Teeth Cleaning for Cats or other pets, and even bird, rabbit or Guinea Pig Care. They also sell unique products in their supply store. This veterinary clinic has everything for your four and two-legged, feathered, scaly or furred pet friend!

3 comments:

Megan Maguire said...

I completely agree. I know a family who bought a dog and have owned it for years, I see it wandering around the village more than near their house, it's awful.

O.Silva said...

Hi Megan, That is extremely sad. Unfortunately I also see the same things happening around our village :(

Mara Paz said...

My 4 rescue dogs have all been spayed and the oldest has been with me since 2000. It's very sad to see that the recession has led to more and more dogs being abandoned.

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