What To Know About Routine Vet Care For Your Dog


When your dog gets sick or injured, a vet trip is the obvious next step. However, just like humans, dogs require routine examinations to stay healthy and live a longer life. If you have a dog, whether it's a puppy, adult or senior, routine vet trips are a must, so check out these six facts you need to know. Veterinarians Spot Illnesses Early Even if your dog seems perfectly healthy to you, it doesn't mean illness isn't on the horizon.

3 April 2015

Look At These Indicators Of Horse Health

Pets & Animals Articles

Unlike many species of livestock that will mask symptoms of injury or disease, horses will usually display symptoms of health problems fairly quickly. Certain changes should be investigated because they can indicate serious problems that need to be taken care of. Signs of pain in the hooves and changes in the digestive system can be signs of laminitis or colic, two of the most serious horse health problems. There are other equine health problems that are not necessarily fatal, but that do require immediate veterinary attention.

23 December 2013