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Month: July 2019 (page 1 of 2)

Antibiotics, Is It Good or Bad for Our Pets?

Antibiotics literally mean “against life”. Then why are antibiotics being given away like candies for the cure of every imaginable disease in pets? Well, they’re supposed to attack the cause of the disease to affect cure in the body. But it doesn’t do just that.

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Bad Medicines for Pets

Our pets need to lead a healthy life and to achieve this, we must be prepared to provide them with medicines in cases of illnesses. Part of this responsibility is avoiding drugs that could be more harmful to our pets steroids are such drugs.

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Radiology in Vet Care

Having new equipments in practicing veterinary medicine is always an added bonus, and there is a large selection to buy.
By simply going to conventions because of the need to attend continuing-education classes, it is relatively easy to buy these things.

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Bird Flu or Ornithosis?

Imagine a scene like this: The father arrives from his overseas travels bringing home a beautiful parrot in a gold-gilded cage. Maybe the parrot can scream “hello” and everyone in the family is delighted. 

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TLC: The Best Pet Medicine

Just like how it is with humans, the best medicine you can give your pet and to ensure that they stay healthy is TLC or tender loving care. Show your pet that you care and this will greatly increase the length of your pet’s life. That’s truly the best medicine you can give them in the long run.

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Allopurinol: Reducing Uric Acid

Some pet medicines are especially produced to address a specific illness in an animal. Allopurinol is one of these pet medicines. It has only one purpose: to reduce the uric acid in the blood stream.

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Pet Help Tips Against Viruses

Without the proper medicine and care, your pet may be extremely vulnerable to all sorts of viral infections and illnesses. Your pet, in some ways, is more vulnerable than a newborn baby because there are more cures available for humans than for animals alone. Don’t wait for the worst to happen.

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Modernization of Animal Care

Modern veterinary medicine gives owners of pets the ability to choose the modernized techniques of operation and medicines for their beloved pets.

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Help For Pet Emergencies

IF something is bothering your pet and calling your pet’s veterinarian is out of the question – it’s not important why – then of course, you have to do with what you have and that’s how we’ll try to help.

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Pet Allergies

Pet allergy is caused by reactions of proteins from the hair, saliva or urine that strikes in the eyes and the airways. These reactions may also result to a topic dermatitis or a nettle rash.

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