TNR: When to Release a Feral Cat or Stray After Spaying or Neutering

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The approach for caring for a stray or feral cat after spaying or neutering will largely depend on the animal’s behavior. In the case of a fairly tame cat, it’s best to keep the cat for … Read More

What to Do if Your Dog Licks His Neuter Incision

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Your dog was just neutered, and he’s now licking his incision. What do you do next? It’s not wise¬† to allow the licking to continue. Even if your dog only licks his incision occasionally, he’s likely … Read More

What to Do If Your Puppy is A Cryptorchid

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Cryptorchidism in dogs is a condition that is congenital (present at birth) and results in one or both testicles failing to descend normally. This is a common condition that usually has no particular ill effects, provided … Read More

Should I Get My Pet Neutered?

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The decision to neuter a pet can be a difficult one, especially for male pet owners who understandably, find the idea of castration rather difficult to digest. But in the vast majority of cases, spaying or … Read More

One Rat or Two?

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“Should I get one rat, or two?” That’s a question I hear asked very often, and, unlike most pet questions, it’s got an easy answer. Get two! Or, better yet, three, or as many rats as … Read More

Neutering Your Cat – The Pro's And Con's

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By Donna Newnham Getting your cat neutered is a serious decision to make for both you, and your pet. The term neutering applies to both sexes of cat – castration in males, spaying in females. It … Read More

Spaying Your Female Dog

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The decision to spay your female dog is a very serious one, just like the decision to neuter your male dog. There are benefits and risks whichever option you pick. Spaying is essentially performing a hysterectomy … Read More

Neutering Your Male Dog

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Neutering a male puppy may be common practice, but it is still serious surgery and carries risks and benefits. Weighing them carefully will result in the best decision for you and your pet. Neutering (spaying is … Read More

Vet Care Is Vital – Even For Pet Rabbits

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Many people get a rabbit for a pet, thinking they can just put it in a cage. They take it out on the rare occasions they feel like it. But that isn’t very beneficial for the … Read More

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