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It is not easy to recognize pain in pets since they are good at hiding their pain. Cats are the number one culprit. They will only let you know they are in pain when it is too much. They may lose their appetite and do not groom themselves. In dogs, they get aggressive and may also lose their appetite.
Acupuncture has been around for thousands of years. Most people have heard of this popular form of holistic therapy which involves the placement of ultra-fine needles into the body. However, many people don’t fully understand how acupuncture works or realize that the benefits of acupuncture can also be extended to our pets. Acupuncture is now being regularly recommended by veterinarians everywhere as a treatment for a variety of conditions.
Exposure to chilly, cold, and dry weather conditions and snow during the winter season can lead to a wide range of issues in both humans and animals. As a pet owner, you need to understand that outdoor weather can have frightful consequences. Your animal companion could be at risk. Thus, it is important to know how to keep your pet safe during winter.
If you have just purchased a pet bird, your first step should be visiting the veterinarian. The vet can determine if your new pet is healthy. Many vets have diagnosed birds with contagious diseases after exposure to other birds at pet stores or bird shows.
Autumn is beautiful. There are just so many reasons to love this season. The crisp weather, the earthy smell, gorgeous scenery, and tranquility. It's therapeutic watching the vibrantly colored leaves flutter from the trees at a leisurely pace. The way they crunch when you walk over them. I bet you can't wait to get wrapped up warm and go out for a walk with your pet.
You may have a basic idea of what laser therapy for humans is, but you may wonder whether laser treatment can benefit your pet. This safe, surgery-free, and non-invasive procedure is a new way to care for your furry friend where pain is involved. The treatment relieves pain and helps the injured tissues to heal at a faster pace. The process takes about eight to 10 minutes and the best part is that you get to see your pet's discomfort disappear in real-time.