There are all sorts of ways to express love to your furbabies, but in the last part of our Love Manual for your pet, we’re going to remind you of the very basics, with the help of some basic idioms that your granny taught you.
Dogs can have a more varied menu that include vegetables, fruits, and grains. Cats and dogs have different needs at various stages in their lives.
An Ounce of Prevention. At Town N Country, we are very patient specific when it comes to treatments and preventions. Nonetheless, there are some very core things that every pet must have:
Cats – Rabies vaccine, Distemper vaccine, tick prevention, heartworm prevention, routine deworming, and flea prevention.
Armed to the Teeth. Your pet’s teeth are so important that we do a basic oral evaluation at each checkup. Routine cleaning should be based on your pets specific oral health. Smaller breeds may require cleaning every 6 to 12 months to maintain optimal oral health while larger breeds can often go years without cleanings.
If you’ve forgotten some of the basics, or if you need help in a particular area, we’re here to help. Basically, we’ll do anything possible to help keep your pet healthy, happy, and feeling the love.
Sweet Emotions: Love Manual For Your Pet – Part 1
Treats That Aren’t Treats: Love Manual For Your Pet – Part 2
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