Veterinary Tips

A vet can help answer all the questions you have regarding your dog’s health concerns. Our pet doc answers lots of user questions to help you better deal with the health issues that plague your pet.

Ask a Pet Doc

Ask a Pet Doc

Ask one of many licensed veterinarians around the globe your pressing pet question and get a response in minutes. At any one time, there are typically over a dozen vets online and ready to answer your questions. The credentials of each and every vet are verified by a Fortune 500 firm.

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What Makes a Good Vet?

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It’s important to find service professionals in your life you like and can trust. There’s nothing worse than having an appointment with a doctor or meeting with your lawyer and they don’t remember you or any of the information you’ve provided them with in the past. Similarly, you want an empathetic vet you trust and get along with because they are ultimately responsible for taking care of your furry friend in good times and in bad. But what attributes make up a good vet exactly? Read on to learn how to find a good vet and what to look for when seeking high-quality veterinary care…

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National Veterinary Financial Assistance Resources: Give And Receive

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In today’s world, financial stability is much less common than it once was. So, to help you better manage your expenses in regards to your pets, we suggest looking into resources in your area if your pet is ill or hurt and you cannot afford to treat it as you may have in the past.

Here is a list of some national organizations that might be able to help you better afford care for your dog…

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Dog Paws and Why they Don’t Get Cold Feet

Dog Paw

If you are an obsessed or overprotective dog owner then you have likely browsed the dog apparel aisle in your local pet store and paused briefly to contemplate “winter booties” for your dog’s paws. A recent discovery by researchers in Japan, however, finds that dog paws may not need “winter booties” after all thanks to a specialized circulation system in their paws…

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How to Keep Fido Safe when Buying Pet Medications Online

Pet Medication

It’s no secret to most Americans that we are a country full of pet lovers. According to the Humane Society of the United States, around 39 percent of American households own at least one dog. A lot of work is involved in caring for a pet and that can often mean a lot of expense. Pet care is constantly evolving to include preventative care to ensure that our pets remain free of disease or illness. This means plenty of trips to see the veterinarian and additional costs for vaccinations and medications as well. Many pet owners are trying to address rising pet care costs by turning to online providers of pet medications but every owner must beware that in doing so, they may be doing more harm than good…

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