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Preventive Care - Fleas, Ticks, Heartworm

Preventive care is an important step in helping your Pet avoid common spring problems, like fleas, ticks and heartworm disease. Such pests aren’t just a nuisance for you and your Pet, but can lead to other serious medical problems. Your Banfield veterinarians offer these tips to prep your Pet for spring:
 
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Pet and Parent Bonding: Training, Toys, and Treats For Your Cat

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Learning the ropes

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Making Your New Cat Feel at Home

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Your new cat is counting on you to provide the right nutrition, socialization, healthcare and grooming. Help her with the transition to her new home with these tips from PetSmart experts: 

How to introduce her to the family

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Good Health Starts From the Inside Out With Prebiotics

Prebiotics work from the inside to support your pet’s defenses. With solid internal health, your dog or cat will feel healthy inside and look healthy outside.

Did you know that almost 70% of a dog’s or cat’s immune system can be found in the digestive tract? The key function of the digestive tract is the absorption of nutrients. What a & Read more �

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The Basics of Preventive Care for Your Cat

Good preventive care begins with careful attention to the basics:

Nutrition
A healthy diet that provides proper levels of energy and nutrients is the foundation for well-being and disease prevention. Your cat needs a protein-rich food with the highest quality amino acids, such as those found in most premium Pet foods.

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Your Dog's Health

Preventive care
Good preventive care begins with careful attention to the basics:

Nutrition
A healthy, nutritious diet builds a foundation for well-being and disease prevention throughout your Pet's life. As a dog ages, their nutritional needs change; for example, a puppy needs a diet high in calories and protein to maintain its active lifestyle and to grow healthy bones and muscles. & Read more �

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Which Crate is Right for Your Pet?

Plastic dog crates

Recommended uses: Crate training, travel and at-home containment

These portable crates are perfect for the pair that's on the go--many are federally-approved for airline travel! The lightweight top and bottom can be screwed together and taken apart for storage or travel as needed. These dog crates feature ventilation along the sides and a wire door in front that latches & Read more �

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Puppy Training-The Benefits of Treats

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When you train your dog, the dog is doing the correct behavior to either: 1) get something he wants; or 2) avoid something he doesn’t want.  There are many rewards (technically called reinforcers) that you can use while training your dog.  Food is generally the reinforcer of choice for many reasons:

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Litter basics for the new cat owner

Cats are picky about cleanliness, location, and type of litter. Remember this, or your cat may choose to do her business in another spot in your house. To avoid cat litter box issues, below is some easy-to-follow litter box advice.

Choosing a litter box
A full-size, easy-to-clean, plastic litter box is available at your pet store.

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Homeward bounding: making your new dog feel at home

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Your new pooch is counting on you to provide the right nutrition, socialization, healthcare and grooming. Here are some tips to help the transition a little easier:

Exploring his new home
The first day you bring your new pet home is special, so make sure you get some time aside to create a calm, happy homecoming. If you have small children, & Read more �

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