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15 Winter Care Tips For Your Dog

15 Winter Care Tips For Your Dog

18 Dec / 2017



Written By: Binita Published In: Dog-Blog Hits: 493 Comment: 0

Does your dog love the winter or would he rather cuddle up on the couch under a cozy blanket? Either way, you should be prepared to protect him when he ventures out into the elements. Many dog owners live with the misconception that because their pets have a coat of fur, they can tolerate the cold better than humans. This isn’t necessarily the case. Like us, these fur-coated creatures are used to the warmth of indoor shelter and cold weather can be as hard on them as it is on us humans. Whatever your viewpoint on winter, one thing remains certain: it’s a time when our beloved pets need a little extra care.

Preventing Winter Health Risks

We have 15 winter care tips to keep in mind as you explore the winter landscape with your faithful four-legged friend. But first … let’s talk about two serious cold weather conditions that you should take care to prevent.

Kidney Disease In Cats

Kidney Disease In Cats

15 Dec / 2017



Written By: Binita Published In: Cat-Blog Hits: 430 Comment: 0

Is your older cat drinking lots and leaving big puddles in the litter box? One possible explanation is kidney disease. As the saying goes ‘Common things are common’. And this is certainly true of kidney trouble in cats. Think of kidney disease as a: Good news, bad news diagnosis. The good news is in the early stages treatment slows its progression, whilst the bad news is it can’t be cured.

Far from being all doom and gloom, there are ways of supporting ailing kidneys, especially with an early diagnosis. If treatment starts when the problem is mild, it protects the kidney and makes a real difference to your four-legged life expectancy. And when the condition is more advanced, you can help your fur-friend by keeping her comfortable and monitoring her quality of life.

Cats Are Very Lovable Creatures..No?

Cats Are Very Lovable Creatures..No?

07 Dec / 2017



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Who would believe such pleasure from a wee ball o' fur?”- An saying about cats, perhaps best describes what pleasure-giving creatures cats can be. Someone, beautifully defines the feline beauty. “A dog, I have always said, is prose; a cat is a poem.” Cats for many people, are really very lovable - remember ‘Snow bell’ - the cat of “Stuart Little”.

What To Expect When You Bring Home A Puppy (9 Months To 12 Months)

What To Expect When You Bring Home A Puppy (9 Months To 12 Months)

06 Dec / 2017



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By the 9th month, your pup’s growth rate will be slower. Most pups stop growing by 9 months and the remaining will only grow by just a few kilos until they become an adult. However, large and giant dogs will only become adults until they are between 2 – 3 years of age.

What To Expect When You Bring Home A Puppy (3 Months To 8 Months)

What To Expect When You Bring Home A Puppy (3 Months To 8 Months)

05 Dec / 2017



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In continuation to our puppy series, we share things you should expect when your pup is 3 months and older:
Your puppy at week 13 to week 20 (3 months to 5 months)

At this stage, your puppy’s teething is at full bloom. Expect to find chewed shoes, chewed furniture and anything that your puppy can find to sooth his/her teething.

• Vaccination – During the fourth month, you should focus on getting your puppy his/her third and last round of puppy vaccination. It is always necessary to have your puppy complete all the three vital rounds of puppy vaccination to ensure that your puppy is fully protected. Missing any round of vaccination may not ensure an effective vaccine protection. Vaccines due in the fourth month – Distemper, Parvo virus, Corona, Rabies and any other vaccine as advised by your vet.

What To Expect When You Bring Home A Puppy (Week 9 – 12)

What To Expect When You Bring Home A Puppy (Week 9 – 12)

04 Dec / 2017



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By week 9, your puppy is ready to begin his next stage in life, your home! He is away from his mommy and his litter-mates and is now adjusting to the new place. Weeks 9 to 12 are considered as the ‘golden training time’, wherein your puppy is at a fast learning pace and will be easily trainable. Puppies should meet as many people as possible during this stage and you must also expose the puppy to different environments.

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