Looking For A Puppy? Tips For Online Puppy Adoption

Posted on: 11 October 2022

If you've been searching local shelters for the perfect puppy, it's time to shop online. You might not realize it, but you can adopt puppies from online sources. Most of these puppies are available through animal rescue programs. If you're ready to try online puppy adoption, now's the time to start the process. If you're not sure how to move forward, read the list provided below. You'll find four tips that will help ensure a happy online puppy adoption.
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How Do You Know If Your Cat's Tail Is Broken And How Should You Treat It?

Posted on: 18 August 2022

Getting stepped on, getting caught in a closing door, and getting into a fight with another cat are all ways that cats can break their tails. While a broken tail can be painful, minor fractures low down on a cat's tail often heal on their own. Unfortunately, injury near the base of a cat's tail can lead to debilitating nerve damage. If your cat has been injured and you think their tail may be broken, read on to learn about the common signs of a broken tail and what you should do.
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Should You Invest in Pet Grooming for Your Short-Hair?

Posted on: 28 March 2022

Do you have a short hair dog, a cat, or another animal? Does this mean you don't have to worry about investing in pet grooming? If you have a short hair pet, it may seem easy to just give your pet a brushing now and then to keep them looking nice, and pet grooming may not seem necessary. The reality is this: your pet will like to be groomed now and again, and a pet grooming specialist can help your critter look and feel their very best.
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Top Reasons To Participate In A Veterinary Internship While You're In Veterinary School

Posted on: 29 November 2021

If you are currently in veterinary school, the truth is that you might be really busy and short on time. If so, then you might not be sure of whether or not you actually have the time to participate in an internship alongside a licensed veterinarian. Although you typically are not actually required to complete an internship in order to finish veterinary school and earn your veterinary degree and license, this does not mean that you shouldn't participate in an internship.
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