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Learning About Vet Services

Hello, my name is Selena McMurphy. Welcome to my site about vet services. Veterinarians saved my cat after she developed a serious illness from going outside and hunting rodents. The vets immediately diagnosed and treated the condition to help her fully recover. She had to stay at the vet clinic for several nights for support and observation. I visited the clinic day and night to learn more about her condition and spend time with my pet. On this site, I will share information about the various ways vets diagnose and treat health conditions and injuries affecting pets of all kinds. I hope you will come by often to learn more.

Latest Posts

3 Reasons Independence Day Can Be Dangerous For Your Pooch
17 July 2017

If you are like most people, you look forward to t

3 Times You Need To Head To The Vet Emergency Room With Your Dog
28 June 2017

If your dog ever exhibits any of the three signs b

How To Be Sure Your Puppy Is Coming From A Reputable Breeder
8 March 2017

If you're looking to add a puppy to your home, fin

Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever: A Guide For Dog Owners In The West
17 January 2017

If you own dogs and live in the western United Sta

What To Do If You Find A Stray Kitten Injured In A Seasonal Storm
10 October 2016

Seasonal storms can be dangerous for everyone and

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3 Reasons Independence Day Can Be Dangerous For Your Pooch

If you are like most people, you look forward to the excitement that comes along with the Fourth of July holiday. This is a time of celebration, family gatherings, and good food. However, if you have a dog as a pet, the Fourth of July can be far less entertaining and joyful. In fact, the Fourth of July can be one of the scariest and most dangerous holidays for your playful pooch. Read More 

3 Times You Need To Head To The Vet Emergency Room With Your Dog

If your dog ever exhibits any of the three signs below, your dog is experiencing a serious medical condition that requires medical attention from a trained vet. If you can't get into your vet, you should take your pet to the local animal hospital or local vet that offers emergency room/walk-in hours outside of normal business hours. #1 Your Dog Has A Seizure Dogs can have seizures, and when they do, it is pretty obvious. Read More 

How To Be Sure Your Puppy Is Coming From A Reputable Breeder

If you're looking to add a puppy to your home, finding a reputable breeder can be a confusing and tedious process. Unfortunately, not all breeders are equal, and some puppies are raised in so-called "puppy mills" that are more interested in making money than raising healthy, happy puppies. As such, it's important for you to find the right person to purchase your puppy from. Read on to learn what you should look for with a reputable breeder. Read More 

Three Ways To Medicate Your Kitty More Easily

Sometimes, as a responsible cat parent, it's necessary to give your cat medications. Whether they're recovering from surgery or need medication to treat a disease, the prospect of getting your cat to take a pill can be nerve-wracking. If you're looking for an easier way to get your cat to take their medication, this guide can help: Hide the Pill in a Popper It can be very difficult to get a cat to take a pill, as just putting it in their mouth will often end with them spitting it out. Read More 

Enhancing Your Dog’s Diet With Vegetables

Dogs benefit from eating a nutritious diet. A big part of your pet's diet is the vegetables they eat. This is why you should check to see if the dog food that your pet currently eats contains vegetables. If it doesn't, you can go ahead and add in vegetables yourself. Here are six vegetables that will provide your dog with important vitamins and minerals. Sweet Potatoes Sweet potatoes are an excellent source of carbohydrates and fiber. Read More