If you think that just picking up a bag of store brand dog food is feeding your dog the best food around, you are in for quite a surprise. Contrary to what the dog food industry wants you to think, not just anything can go into what you feed your dog. It takes some time, […]
Owning a pet can be one of the most rewarding experiences in life. The companionship and unwavering love they provide is not only fulfilling for the soul, but it is good for our health, too! In fact, studies show that owning a pet can boost your mood, immunity, and lower your blood pressure; those statistics […]
We live in a world where online dating has become an easy, effective way to find your ideal soul mate. Globally, there has been a 57% increase in the number of online dating profiles — but have you ever thought of setting up a dating profile for your dog ? It’s not that crazy after all: Americans alone spend over $50 billion on their pets, who many consider to be members of the family. Here are three reasons why you might want to play matchmaker with your furry friends by setting up a dog dating profile.
1. Dogs Can Be Lonely Too
Based on surveys, 59% of dog owners only have one dog. While their owners are away at work or school, their dogs are often left alone. Of the 55 million dogs in the United States, an estimated 4% suffer from separation anxie (more…)
Though we wish they were, our pets are not invulnerable. Bad things can happen to them, and when they do, we need to know whether to take them to get emergency vet care or not. Here are just a few such issues that warrant a trip to the advanced veterinary care centers.
- Blood in Urine or Stool – If your dog has any blood in its urine or stool, it should go to a pet wellness center. Bloodly urine or feces is indicative of internal bleeding, which if left unchecked, can prove to be fatal. Failing that, there may also be something else that’s seriously wrong, such as an issue with the dog’s kidneys. Try to save some of the stool, if possible, so that the veterin (more…)
Americans without a doubt love their pets. From cats and dogs to iguanas and tarantulas, pets provide millions of Americans companionship and unconditional love. Americans have always adored pets and in the last few decades, that devotion has reached even greater heights. Since the 1970s, American pet ownership has nearly tripled. From approximately 67 million households with pets in the 1970s, more than 164 million households have pets today. Americans own 83 million dogs and 96 million cats alone! The United States spends more than $50 billion on their pets, providing them with food, toys, shelter, leashes, grooming supplies, and veterinary care.
Pet wellness, in particular, is vital to the well-being of your furry (or non-furry) friend. Ve (more…)
When dogs are sick, they need to go see a vet. That much should be obvious, but there are also home remedies you can use to make your black or chocolate labradoodle puppies feel better when they’re a little under the weather. Here are just a few.
For Fleas, Use Citrus.
When Australian black labradoodle puppies play in the yard, in the woods, or anywhere outside really, they run the risk of picking up fleas. If your little friends do wind up getting bugged by these blood-sucking parasites, get some oranges or lemons, and rub the juice on their coats.
For Skin Irritations, Use Citrus.
There are a number of ways black labradoodle puppies can get skin irritations, but there’s one really good way to make them feel better: chamomile tea. Brew a (more…)
Marketing is one of the most important elements in determining the success of a business. Without proper advertising, how can you possibly expect a widespread audience to hear about your business?
Gone are the days of promoting your business in a phone book — Pew Internet reports that about 58% of people have researched products and services online. Finding a good vet without the Internet is obsolete. Utilizing technology is a huge way to attract customers to your vet practice. It’s been shown that approximately 57% of business have acquired at least one new customer just by having their own company blog or webpage. One of the best veterinary marketing tips is to create your own professional website.
Why You Should have a Veterinarian Clinic Website:
- Having your own website fo (more…)
Many people have heard about the importance of spaying and neutering your pet — but not many pet owners know exactly why they should have their furry companion fixed.
And if you only know one thing as a pet owner, it’s that it isn’t really an option to not spay and neuter all your pets.
But why spay and neuter your pets, exactly? Apart from preventing your cat or dog from having kittens or puppies, spay and neuter procedures are actually highly beneficial to your pet’s health. Here are three of the many health benefits pets r (more…)
It’s no secret that one of the best marketing tools these days is the internet, and it’s gotten to the point where everyone and every business is on the internet — now it’s about who is doing it better. The variety of different platforms and tools to get messages to customers is increasing at a seemingly exponential level, but to make sure you’re keeping up with the competition you should make sure you’re building from the ground up. This means having a well designed website, and here are a few website design tips and tricks to get you started.
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We live in a world where online dating has become an easy, effective way to find your ideal soul mate. Globally, there has been a 57% increase in the number of online dating profiles — but have you ever thought of setting up a dating profile for your dog ? It’s not that crazy after […]
Though we wish they were, our pets are not invulnerable. Bad things can happen to them, and when they do, we need to know whether to take them to get emergency vet care or not. Here are just a few such issues that warrant a trip to the advanced veterinary care centers. Blood in Urine […]
Americans without a doubt love their pets. From cats and dogs to iguanas and tarantulas, pets provide millions of Americans companionship and unconditional love. Americans have always adored pets and in the last few decades, that devotion has reached even greater heights. Since the 1970s, American pet ownership has nearly tripled. From approximately 67 million […]
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