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If we really are what we eat, so too are our pets and any responsible and committed pet owner will want to ensure that their furbaby is getting the best possible nutrition at all stages of their life. Many people who are fairly new to pet ownership don’t realize that, like our own, our pet’s nutritional requirements change throughout their lifetime. When they are young, certain combinations of ingredients are needed to help animals grow and develop properly. As adults, they need the right nutrition to keep them healthy and active, and as your pet enters her senior years, she will need her diet adjusted again to reflect her advanced age.​​​​​​​
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Daschunds are one of the cutest and most loyal dog breeds around. If you’re a dachshund owner, you know this first hand. Even so, they also come with some very specific qualities that you should know about before becoming a new owner. Even if you’ve been on dachshund duty for many years, having a working understanding of their unique nature can help you to develop a truly fulfilling relationship for many years to come. Let’s take a deeper look into some tips for dachshund owners, new and seasoned alike!​​​​​​​
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Your pet is as reliant on her teeth as you are on yours. If you have a cat, she is undoubtedly used to hunting when she is outside the house and she will use her teeth to grab hold of objects or prey, restrain them, kill them and eat them. While domestic dogs don’t go out hunting for their next meal, they still need their teeth to bite and chew their food. And let’s not forget, virtually all animals still view their teeth as a line of defense, even when they live in an environment where they shouldn’t need to defend themselves. ​​​​​​​
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Over the years we have seen various tools developed in the field of veterinary science. One of the most interesting of these tools to date is the use of cold laser therapy. This technology was not developed specifically for veterinarians. Even so, a pet-friendly application has been developed that is showing very promising results.​​​​​​​
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The vet suspects there is something wrong with your pet’s liver and needs to have a better look. Rather than cutting open the abdomen to look inside (a common practice only twenty years ago), ordering an ultrasound is a non-invasive way for a more thorough check of the issue. If you’ve ever wondered, when would my pet need an ultrasound, this is one of many circumstances that merit the use of this powerful diagnostic tool. Let’s dive a bit deeper.​​​​​​​
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