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  1. My Pet's Nose Is Dry - What Does That Really Mean?
    November 27, 2022

    Why is My Pet's Nose Dry?

    Once upon a time, you may have thought that checking to see if your pet had a wet or dry nose was a good way to assess their health, but turns out it's not quite that simple. This blog covers reasons why your pet's nose may be wet, why it may be dry, and symptoms that, when accompanied by a dry or wet nose, mean it's time for a trip to the vet.

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  2. Preparing Your Pets For Winter
    November 21, 2022

    Preparing Your Pets For Winter

    As the temperatures begin to dip and summer tires are swapped for snow tires, it is also a good time to think about preparing your pets for the winter months ahead.

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  3. Angry Cat
    November 04, 2022

    How to Manage Food Aggression In Cats

    Aggressive cats can be equally bewildering and worrisome, if not terrifying, depending on their size and age. Food aggression is a common form of aggression among cats. Your affectionate kitty can easily turn into a threatening wildcat when food becomes a point of contention. Learn about food aggression, common causes and how to manage, if not rectify the behaviour.

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  4. How To Prevent Aggression During Meal Time
    October 23, 2022

    How To Prevent Aggression During Meal Time

    Are you struggling to get through mealtime without your dog snapping at you? If this is the case, your pup probably has a degree of food aggression. But don't worry; you aren't alone; many dogs have this problem! Let's understand the issue and work towards a more peaceful mealtime.

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  5. How to Satisfy a Cat’s Natural Instincts
    September 27, 2022

    How to Satisfy a Cat’s Natural Instincts

    It's no doubt, Cats have some weird and sometimes funny quirks. However, it is crucial to understand what is instinct driven and what is bad behavior. Attempting to control or correct such instincts is futile and could actually compromise your cat’s welfare. On the other hand, helping to satisfy the cat’s instincts boosts their wellness and strengthens the bond you have.

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  6. Joint inflammation in your pet, which is most commonly caused by arthritis, can be very painful. In fact, it can make it nearly impossible for your pet to even walk or function normally. As a pet owner, however, there are several natural substances you ca
    September 25, 2022

    Reducing Joint Inflammation With The Omegas

    Joint inflammation in your pet, which is most commonly caused by arthritis, can be very painful. In fact, it can make it nearly impossible for your pet to even walk or function normally. As a pet owner, however, there are several natural substances you can add to your pet’s diet to help reduce the effects of arthritis and get your pet feeling young again.

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  7. Preventing Fleas and Ticks on your Dog
    September 07, 2022

    Preventing Fleas and Ticks on your Dog

    Which Flea & Tick prevention medicines are best for your dog? What are the best places to buy flea and tick prevention for dogs? Looking for flea and tick prevention medicine for your dog but are unsure where to buy them? Do you need help choosing the best flea and tick prevention treatment for your dog? At CanadaVet, we can help! We want to make it easy for you to select the flea and tick prevention product that
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  8. Cancer In Pets Outlined - CanadaVet
    September 01, 2022

    Cancer in Pets - Types, Symptoms & Treatment

    "I'm sorry, it's cancer." Those four little words are among the most devastating a pet owner can ever hear. Many of us love our pets like children, and we don't want to see them suffer or live in pain. This article outlines the most common types of cancer in dogs and cats, treatment options, causes of cancer, and things that you, as a pet owner, can do to reduce your pet's risk of developing cancer.

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  9. 9 Types of Service Dogs And The Awesome Jobs They Do
    August 22, 2022

    9 Types of Service Dogs And The Awesome Jobs They Do

    Service dogs are 4-legged-lifesavers that are specifically trained to aid a person with a disability, specific to their condition. With so many types of service dogs, the tasks they perform are as varied as the people they help. So what are those tasks? Here are nine types of service dogs and the vital roles that they play.

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