Vet Visit

5 questions every pet owner should ask their vet We all love our pets and work hard to keep them healthy and happy, but sometimes we don’t know where to start. Working together with your trusted vet is a vital part of being proactive about preventative health. Here are some important questions we can ask to learn more about our pets. 1)

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Air Pet

Relocating can be confusing and scary—for you and for your pets—but it doesn’t have to be if you’re well prepared There are many things to consider when you begin to plan for the relocation of your pet, with the animal’s comfort being the top priority for many of our pet parents. With this in mind we always recommend that owners choose to fly

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V For Vaccination

Making sure your animals are vaccinated against common diseases is an important part of owning pets Vaccination, or immunization, is the administration of antigenic material (a vaccine) to stimulate an individual’s immune system to develop adaptive immunity. The vaccination will only be able to make the antibody, which protects our pets, when give at the right time with the correct dosage. Puppies and kittens

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Social Security

The importance of socialization for puppies and kittens Dogs and cats are similar to human beings, before they start their journey as a member of our family they need time to adapt to their new home and their surroundings. So, in order to obtain a friendly, easy going dog or cat we must understand how and when to being their socialization period. The socialization

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To bath or not to bath

Every so often, you will need to give your dog a bath, but there is a fine line between letting the dirt build up and overwashing Should I bath my dog regularly, and how often should I do it?” is one of the most frequently asked questions that we received at the veterinary clinic. This concern is reasonable since we,

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See the Signs

Seven common signs of a sickness in kittens and puppies Unhealthy puppies and kittens can be difficult to deal with and one of the trickiest parts is to find out whether they are sick or not because they cannot tell us how they feel. This knowledge can be obtained through careful observation of their behavior.

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School For The Dogs

Meet dog trainer Ian Harris, he provides training for both ends of the leash “Bad dog! Don’t pee on the couch! Stop biting my shoes! Don’t poop there!! Bad dog, bad dog! Argh!!!” Any of these sound familiar? Perhaps, then, Ian Harris is here to your rescue. Ian Harris was born in Southhamilton, England, and

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Not for DOGS

Human food that are dangerous for dogs to consume You probably want to share all your delicious people food with your pup. After all, who can resist those puppy-dog eyes begging for a morsel? But hold off on spoiling your fur baby. Sometimes being a good doggy parent is knowing when to say, “No.” Some foods are just downright bad for dogs

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Gimme Shelter

Oi speaks to Katie Howard, a volunteer at Animal Rescue & Care, about fostering, favorite adoption stories and their Trap-Neuter-Release program. Can you tell us the origin of ARC? Animal Rescue & Care (ARC, www.facebook.com/arcpetsvietnam) was formed in September of 2009 by a woman named Jodie who was living in Thao Dien. At the time, there wasn’t a rescue group in

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Friends with Benefits

Having a pet is good for you If you’ve ever shared your life and home with a pet, you already know the love and companionship that they bring. Did you know that they are also protecting you against heart disease, stress and helping you live longer? There are a number of ways that your pets

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