Vet Advice: Caring For Your Dog After An Operation

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If your dog needs to undergo surgery, you may be concerned about how they will recover after the operation. This article will provide you will all the information you need to know about caring for your pet post op. Allow your dog to rest Your dog may experience some pain and tiredness after an operation. In the days following the operation, you should allow your dog to rest as much as it needs to.…

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Taking a Nervous Dog for a Vaccination Appointment at the Vet

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Even people who aren’t that bothered by needles don’t really like having injections. So it’s not surprising that dogs can be terrified by the experience, when you can’t explain to them what’s going on and reassure them there’s nothing to worry about. Some dogs are generally more nervous than others, whether it’s because of the way they’ve been treated by humans in the past or just their general temperament. With nervous dogs, vaccinations are particularly challenging, and owners dread that time of year when they’re due to see the vet.…

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How can your Smartphone camera enhance your visit to the vet clinic?

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As a pet owner, are you aware that technology, especially your Smartphone can complement your association with your vet? Well, the potential is immense. Pets are similar to vehicles. You can take your car to the mechanic, and it refuses to exhibit that thing you previously kept on hearing, smelling or seeing. Through your Smartphone, you can capture that behaviour in a photo or video and show it to the veterinarian to explain your pet’s concerning issue when you visit the vet clinic.…

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