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Pearls of Pet Wisdom
|Posted on 31 October, 2014 at 11:55||comments (2)|
HAPPY HALLOWEEN and HAPPY ADOPT A SHELTER PET DAY!
(KIR) Vaccines are important, even in our 'indoor only' cats. Your 'indoor only' cat may stay indoors however their humans go outside and there are other animals that sneak their way into our homes, bats in particular. There is also a chance that your kitty could escape accidentally or that you may need to take him/her out on an emergency basis.Read Full Post »
|Posted on 24 September, 2014 at 11:30||comments (1956)|
Check your calendars: It's adopt a shelter pet day at DPL! You will be saving a life!
(KIR) ABOUT ONLINE PHARMACIES
Please don't forget! The pet industry as a whole is a multi-billion dollar a year BUSINESS!! Everyone wants in on this pot of gold, of which people are spending every year on their pets, from the so-called 'bree...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 17 September, 2014 at 9:00|
HAVE YOU HEARD? IT'S ADOPT A SHELTER PET DAY!
(KIR) SEIZURE ACTIVITY IN OUR PETS CAN BE SCARY…KNOW WHAT TO DO, KNOWLEDGE WILL KEEP YOU CALM AND SAVE YOU MONEY
Seizures in cats and dogs can be caused by several reasons including congenital disease, metabolic abnormalities, infectious disease, inflammatory diseases, toxins and intracranial tumors.
**Note: I will not be c...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 11 September, 2014 at 0:10||comments (0)|
HAPPY ADOPT A SHELTER PET DAY!!!
(KIR) You don't need me (ie. veterinarian) to remove a tick. You can just DIY (do it yourself). Use tweezers, not your bare fingers, to remove attached ticks. Grasp the tick firmly, without crushing it, as near to the skin as you can and remove it with a slow, steady pull away from your pet's body.
Sloppy or incomplete removal of an attached tick can break ...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 2 September, 2014 at 19:05|
|Posted on 29 August, 2014 at 0:45|
Here at Dr. PetLover, LLC we are officially making every day ADOPT A SHELTER PET DAY
KIR (Keeping It Real):
Every year 3,000,000‐4,000,000 beautiful, innocent, unwanted dogs and cats are euthanized in the United States alone. That's approximately 9,830 lives per day!
TBS (That Being Said):
Adopt your next pet. There is no need to buy. If you are interested in a pure breed, search the specific breed rescue leagues in th...Read Full Post »