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Quick Ways to Tire Out Your Dog

Does your dog have a lot of energy? Struggling to find ways to exercise your dog?
These activities will give your dog a lot of physical exercise in a short amount of time.

Potty Train Your Puppy

Puppy potty training can be a difficult and frustrating experience.
The process will require patience and consistent discipline to properly train your puppy.
 

The Importance of Dog Vaccinations

When a person takes on the decision of owning a dog, they are instantly assuming the role of their pet’s sole provider. This is a role that involves quite a few different responsibilities.

Acral Lick Dermatitis

Acral lick dermatitis, also known as lick granuloma, is a self-induced skin lesion. The term acral refers to the legs and feet. Acral lick dermatitis mainly is a problem of dogs, rarely cats. 

Aggression

Pets that are in pain, stressed, and under duress will often show signs of aggression. However, aggression in the home and uncontrolled aggression should not be tolerated in pets.

Chronic Kidney Disease

The main function of the kidneys is to eliminate waste substances from the bloodstream that are produced as part of the body’s normal functions every day.
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Feline Lower Urinary Tract Signs, Idiopathic

Feline urinary syndrome (FUS), feline idiopathic cystitis (FIC), and feline lower urinary tract signs or disease (FLUTS/D) are interchangeable names given to the same cluster of urination-related symptoms that cats often display when they experience bladder problems. 

Femoral Head Ostectomy

Your participation in the recovery process is critical. By using the following timetable, good ambulatory function can be attained within 6-8 weeks after surgery.

Food Allergy

A food allergy is a reaction of the body’s immune system in response to particular foods or food ingredients.

Care and Feeding of Orphaned Puppies and Kittens

• Use a box with tall sides to avoid escape, such as a cardboard pet carrier.
• Line the bottom of the box with towels and place a diaper or pee pad on top for easy cleaning.
• The box will need to be cleaned frequently to keep the neonates clean and dry.

How to Change the Environment for a Pet That is Blind

There are many reasons why a pet may become blind in one or both eyes during their lifetime. Blindness in a dog or cat can seem devastating to us, but it is important to remember that a huge proportion of information that dogs and cats process is through smells and sounds. 

Blood Donation

To be a blood donor, your dog/cat must be:

  • Fit and healthy
  • Between age group of 1 to 8 years
  • Weigh more than 25kg(dogs) & more than 4kg(cats)
  • Having a good temperament
  • Vaccinated

 

Pet Fed 2019 Photograph

  • 2019-11-17 01:40:52.0

Pet Fed has 100+ stalls, a Kitty Play Pen, International Cat Show, an Off-Leash Play Zone, a dedicated Dog Agility Ring for your pets to immerse in. In addition, you can watch and indulge in a wealth of pet displays and competitions held on the stage!
 

PET CARE DURING DIWALI

Diwali can be a stressful time for your pets and stray animals with loud noise and flickering lights. This year let's celebrate Diwali in a responsible manner. 

Acryl Lick Granuloma

Acral lick dermatitis, also known as lick granuloma, is a self-induced skin lesion. The

term acral refers to the legs and feet.

Aggression in Dogs & Cats

Aggression is a natural behavior of dogs and cats. Pets that are in pain, stressed, and

under duress will often show signs of aggression.

EXOCRINE PANCREATIC INSUFFICIENCY

Exocrine pancreatic tissue is responsible for producing and releasing enzymes
(digestive juices) that help to break down and digest food in the intestine.

FOOD ALLERGY IN PETS

Food allergy is a reaction of the body’s immune system in response to particular foods or food ingredients.

Ways To Give by Cessna Lifeline

  • 2020-06-20 07:30:38.0

At Cessna Lifeline, we are always striving to achieve excellence and provide quality veterinary care towards all pets that come to us.

PLANTS POISONOUS TO DOGS

There are a huge number of plants that are highly toxic and even deadly to dogs.  If you have these planted in your garden or are using any of them to decorate the inside of your home, be especially careful and be sure your dog isn’t able to ingest them. If you notice a decline in your dog’s health, contact your vet immediately.