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I might be in pet aftercare, but with 6 dogs of my own and being surrounded by pet parents and vets,  I’ve discovered the 5 questions that you shouldn’t be shy about asking your vet. The one thing I always remember is that my dog’s vet isn’t much different than my doctor.  What I mean is that they are there to treat me and answer my questions. Just like I make a list of all the questions I want to ask...

February is the month for all pet owners to be aware of the dental hygiene of their pets. This is extremely important as poor dental hygiene can be detrimental to the overall health of the pet. Bad breath is one thing, but rotting teeth can cause gum/mouth infections and diseases. Pet owners must take the proper precautions to assure that their pet is safe from these problems. Here are some at-home cleaning tips for your pet’s teeth: Use a Specialty Toothbrush For...