Pet Safety Tips for the Christmas Holidays

Holidays are the most wonderful and eagerly awaited time of the year. Everyone wants to make the holidays a happy and cheerful time and not a time for an emergency visit to their vet.

So, before you and your family awaken on Christmas morning too find the surprises Santa Claus has left for you beneath the tree, ensure that you have taken all the necessary precautions to keep your pet safe and secure this holiday season.

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Winter Care Tips for Your Pets

When a hot cup of cocoa becomes your favourite go-to beverage, surely, the winter season has arrived. The clean and vivid smell, decadence and feasting, winter woollies and beautiful views make winters an amazing season. No matter how freezing cold it is, no living being should ever forget to celebrate this weather. You take winter care tips for yourself seriously, now it is time for you to focus on your four-footed family member.

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Dietary Supplements for Pets – Healthy or Unhealthy?

In a perfect world, no one would require supplements. But given the poor quality of our food supply, and the burden of toxins on our brains and bodies, all mortals need dietary supplements for allowing our enzymes and biochemistry to run as designed. Just as humans consume a multivitamin daily to stay healthy, pets also take advantage from supplements.

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6 Dangerous Foods for Your Cat

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Determining the correct food for your cat requires critical understanding because cats are unlike other animals when it comes to their dietary habits and needs.  

Cats are obligate carnivores; they require a high protein diet rich in animal proteins in order to receive the correct levels of essential nutrients.  Their diet must also be high in moisture, with a moderate amount of fat and a very small amount of carbohydrates.  In the wild this diet is achieved by consuming the meat and organs of small rodents and birds.

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