Any pet parent will tell you that chewing is a relatively common issue among dogs and puppies. While it may be common, there are ways that you can help curb this activity in your dog. Here our Orlando vets discuss the reasons why dogs chew and what steps you can take to stop them.
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Cats may experience significant discomfort due to poor dental health. It's quite common for felines to develop dental diseases, particularly gingivitis, which is the initial stage of periodontal disease, by the age of 3. In this article, our vets from Orlando detail the symptoms, causes, and treatments of gingivitis in cats.
Although dogs are wonderful companions, spending every moment with them is not practical. At some point, we have to go out to run errands, attend appointments, or go to work. Our Orlando veterinary experts have shared some advice to help you make your puppy's first time alone at home easier.
While dog flu vaccines and Bordetella vaccines can reduce the severity of these illnesses, they cannot prevent them from spreading. Because dogs are contagious for two or three days before showing symptoms, it is impossible to detect contagious dogs before arrival. Therefore, vaccinations are necessary to ensure the safety of other animals.