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Pet Health Rutland VT

Keeping your pet healthy is of the utmost importance, and this can include visits to the vet, regular exercise, a good diet and training. Read on for more information about what you need to do to ensure your pet is always in good health.

Bird Specialists Rutland VT

Egg binding occurs when a female bird cannot pass an egg through her reproductive tract, due to factors such as poor health, age, obesity, or egg malformations. A related but less common condition, dystocia, occurs when the passage of an egg is blocked by an obstruction such as a tumor or a malformed oviduct.

Homemade Dog Food Rutland VT

The idea of home-cooked pet food sounds appealing. After all, who doesn't prefer home-cooked food to something out of a can or packet? And certainly, there are legitimate concerns over the safety and quality of some commercial pet foods.

Litter Boxes Rutland VT

A cat that eliminates inappropriately (outside of its litter box) is both a common client complaint and a difficult problem to solve. In this case, you have an outdoor (feral I presume) cat, which you have made into an indoor cat.

Organic Animal Foods Rutland VT

Many common household foods and drugs can also be toxic to your pets. The following are foods that can be toxic or poisonous to your pets.

Pet Axiety Medication Rutland VT

Ten tips for keeping your pet safe - and calm -on the Fourth of July With the excitement and festivities of Independence Day fast approaching, it’s a good time to give some thought to making the Fourth of July weekend a pleasant and safe one for our pets. Say “the Fourth of July” and what do you think of? Fireworks -- in the sky and on the ground -- backyard barbeques, parties, swimming pools, a...

Pet Food Rutland VT

It should be pretty easy to tell what's in a serving of pet food; alas, it requires a little work. The first order of business is to figure out if you're getting what you think you're getting.