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Basic nutrients every pet needs

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Along with regular exercise and veterinary care, careful feeding is perhaps the best way you can contribute to your pet's prolonged good health.

These are the basic nutrients every pet needs

Along with regular exercise and veterinary care, careful feeding is perhaps the best way you can contribute to your pet's prolonged good health.

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How Life Stage Dog Foods Differ

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When shopping for dog food, it is common to buy by the brand. Beyond the brand of the food, you should take into consideration the life stage of your dog. Life stages refer to the various developmental stages of a pet's life. For dogs it means puppy, adult, senior and for some dogs, a lower calorie diet for inactive & Read more �

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Choosing the right food for your dog

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Most foods are available in specific formulations tailored to match your dog's age, breed, weight and activity level, called life-stage formulas. Most brands are divided by life stage into the following categories.

Most foods are available in specific formulations tailored to match your dog's age, breed, weight and activity level, called life-stage formulas. Most brands are divided by life stage into & Read more �

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The Right Food For Your Cat's Life Stage and Specific Health Needs

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Life stages refer to the various developmental stages of a pet's life. For cats, we classify the stages into kitten, adult and senior. During these stages, some cats may require a lower calorie diet for inactive or overweight cats, a hairball diet for longhaired cats or a diet designed to affect the cat's urinary tract. It's extremely important to ensure & Read more �

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Feeding your kitten

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When it comes to nutrition, kittens are a lot like children -- they need a balanced diet to grow. Find out what brand of food your kitten was eating before you adopted it, and continue feeding it this food if possible. If you want to switch brands, do so gradually. Begin by mixing a little bit of the new food & Read more �

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Dog Health Care

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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. An older dog may need a diet restricted in calories & Read more �

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What is the Vaccination DHLPP Anyway?

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Please remember that vaccination protocols may vary somewhat amongst veterinarians, so always follow the recommendations of your family veterinarian.

Let's start with an 8-week-old puppy.  The cornerstones of preventive health care are immunizations (vaccinations) and parasite control. Let's start with immunizations.

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Do I Really Need to Brush My Dog's Teeth?

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As a responsible pet owner, you owe it to your pet to take her dental care seriously, both professionally and at home. If you start as early as possible in your dog's life getting her accustomed to having her mouth handled, then dental care should be as easy as feeding her.

Periodontal disease: the number one health problem

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Get off on the right paw: Training your puppy

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The first step in making your new family member happy is to help your puppy develop socially. Good social development is the result of proper, consistent training. Training your puppy how to interact with people and other pets is one of the greatest gifts you can give, because heâll not only enjoy being around other pets and people, but they'll & Read more �

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Socializing pets and children — creating lifelong friendships

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Even if you don't have children in your home, it's a good idea for your pet to get used to being around kids, because typically it will happen at some point. While it's generally easier to socialize a puppy, dogs and cats of any age can be trained to behave properly when children are around. The most important thing to remember & Read more �

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