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How to protect your pet from intestinal parasites?

Many worms are zoonotic, which means that it is possible for humans to become infected, however, good hygiene, awareness, and vigilant testing and deworming can help to significantly decrease the risk.

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Pet dental care

Your pets need proper dental care to enjoy the longest, healthiest lives possible. Caring for your dog or cat’s oral health can make a significant difference in their quality of life, especially as he or she gets older.

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Travelling to Europe with a pet

Traveling abroad with a pet has become more and more common in recent years. People not wanting to leave their felines behind, and easier ways to take a pet in a trip, are among the main reasons for that. However, to avoid any unexpected circumstances, your pet will need just 5 "things". But this "things" are extremely important.

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7 Tips for long-term health & wellness for your pet

When it comes to long-term pet condition, there’s no replacing an annual checkup with a veterinarian. But in the period between visits, conscientious pet owners can look after their pet’s physical and mental health by practicing effective preventative care. Doing so will help prevent sickness — and reduce the possibility of unexpected medical bills.

Read on to learn more about how proper pet care practices will allow you to keep your trusty friend healthy and your veterinary costs low.

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Hot weather solutions for your fuzzy child

The summer heat in Amman is really kicking into high gear. With record heat waves burning the city and making all of us reconsider even stepping outside there are some that feel the effects of the sharp sun’s rays far worse than we do — our furry friends. Both cats and dogs are at risk of overheating as our city roasts like a rotisserie chicken.

Are there any possibilities for staving off the heat?

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How to recognize when your pet is sick or injured?

You live with your pet; you take care of your pet every day. You are familiar with his/her behavior patterns, and you know when your pet does not feel well. However, there are times that every pet owner has to question whether they pet is being defiant by misbehaving or is simply tired and just laying around instead of playing like usually.

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Rabies – a deadly disease

Rabies is a fatal disease of the nervous system. It is caused by a virus that can infect all warm-blooded animals, including humans. The virus attacks the brain and spinal cord, causing severe nervous system dysfunction and eventually death. While instances of rabies infection are lower than ever, the disease remains a continuing problem.

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