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Does Your Dog Need A Veterinary Specialist?

It is common for pet owners to resist going to see a veterinarian specialist.  Why?  It’s probably for a lot of the same reasons that it is common for us to want to avoid specialist appointments for ourselves.  Specialists can cost more than going to see a general practitioner, and you know your dog’s primary care veterinarian.  You may feel comfortable with him or her and not too excited about dealing with a stranger.    It’s not a good idea to avoid vet specialists though.  We can argue back and forth with ourselves when it comes to making decisions about..  - Read More

Tips for Taking Care of a Blind Dog

Pet owners are often intimidated by handicaps in pets—sadly this is one reason many pets end up in shelters, condemned unless someone adopts them.  Blindness is one defect that may intimidate you, but a blind dog isn’t all that difficult to care for since vision is not a dog’s primary sense anyway.  Blindness is usually gradual and progressive as well, which can enable some adjustment time if your dog is starting to lose his eyesight.  If you’re adopting a blind dog, or your dog has recently started losing eyesight, here are some tips for taking care of your dog.  ..  - Read More

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