Learning About Vet Services

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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

Protecting Your Furry Friend: Understanding Common Pet Vaccinations
7 September 2023

Being a responsible pet owner entails prioritizing

Going The Extra Mile: The Role Of Mobile Vet Services In Supporting Senior And Disabled Pet Owners
25 April 2023

If you're a senior or disabled person who shares y

4 Ways To Help Your Dog Manage Arthritis
5 January 2023

If you notice that your dog is becoming less activ

Three Symptoms Your Pet Can Display That Need Immediate And Critical Care
28 September 2022

Looking after your pet, for the most part, is quit

4 Questions To Ask Before Reserving Dog Boarding Services
3 May 2018

There are many reasons as to why you may need dog

3 Reasons Why Your Cat Isn’t Using Its Litter Box

In most households, cats are very tidy pets to have. They use litter boxes so there's no hassle with accidents on the floor like dogs sometimes have. However, cats can sometimes become reluctant to use their litter boxes. If you're having this problem with your own cat, keep reading to learn three of the most likely causes for your cat not using its litter box. Territory Issues If you have a multi-cat household, there's a good chance that a territorial dispute is to blame. Read More 

4 Tips To Keep Your Dog Healthy This Holiday Season

The holidays are an exciting time for friends and family, but they can be stressful or even physically harmful to your dog if you are not careful. To make sure your dog makes it through the holiday unscathed, follow these simple tips for keeping your dog healthy.  1. Watch for signs of stress.  Dogs usually enjoy the company of their people, but they do not have the ability to understand sudden changes to the dynamic of the house, and they also will struggle with the intense attention of visitors. Read More 

Planning For Your Pet’s First Flight? 4 Steps You’ll Need To Take Before Your Trip

The holidays are coming up, and that means travel plans for a lot of people. Air travel is a great way to get home for the holidays. However, it can be stressful for pets, especially that first time. If you're going to be traveling with your pet, it's time to start planning your trip now. This is particularly important if you're going to be flying and this will be your pet's first flight. Read More 

Is Your Dog Ready For Holiday Boarding?

The arrival of the holidays can often mean travelers are forced to find safe places for their dogs. If you are planning to place your dog in an animal boarding facility, you need to make sure it is prepared for the experience. To help you get prepared the right way, here are some steps you can take now. Check your dog's vaccinations. The boarding facility will not take your dog if it is not current on its vaccinations. Read More 

Are You Effectively Following Up Your Cat’s Anti-Flea Treatment?

Whether your cat goes outside or not, responsible cat parents regularly treat their cats to kill and repel fleas. However, if you stop at simply applying the medication or putting on a flea collar, you might not be doing enough for your cat. Read on to learn how fleas can still pose a threat to your cat's health, even after applying these anti-flea treatments. How Anti-Flea Medication Works Whether you're using a topical medication or a collar, anti-flea treatments are intended to repel new fleas from landing on your cat and to kill existing fleas. Read More