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Keeping a Sugar Glider Happy

Keeping a Sugar Glider Happy

May 15, 2019

Do you have sugar gliders? These little guys make very cute pets! Just like any other animal, sugar gliders need entertainment and stimulation to stay happy. But how do you keep your pint-sized pals content and amused? A local Covington, GA vet discusses keeping sugar gliders content in this article. Toys Toys will benefit your little buddies in many ways. Offer your gliders a variety of playthings. Rope toys, balls, bells, swings, and rings are … Read More »

Is Your Dog Depressed?

January 15, 2019

Has your dog seemed blue lately? Does Fido have that sad, soulful stare, and a half-hearted tail wag? Although Man’s Best Friend has a reputation for being happy, bouncy, and full of enthusiasm, this isn’t always the case. Our canine buddies are very emotional, and, just like people, can feel scared, sad, or even depressed. Here, a local Covington, GA vet discusses depression in dogs. Causes of Depression in Dogs Fido can get depressed for … Read More »

How to Pamper a Guinea Pig

September 15, 2018

Do you have a Guinea pig, or cavy, as they are sometimes called? These little guys really make very charming and adorable little pets! But just how does one pamper a Guinea pig? A Conyers, GA vet offers some tips below. Cavy Castle The best way to pamper a Guinea pig is to make sure that he has a roomy, comfortable cage. We recommend getting a cage that is at least 7.5 square feet for … Read More »

Caring for a Leopard Gecko

May 15, 2018

Are you considering adopting a pet lizard? A leopard gecko may be a great option! These little guys are very cute, and can make wonderful pets. A local Covington, GA vet discusses leopard gecko care below. Basics Leopard geckos are very gentle by nature, though you’ll need to handle your pet gently and frequently to keep him tame and friendly. These colorful lizards aren’t very big: they are usually only about 10 inches when full … Read More »

Ferretproofing Tips

January 15, 2018

Have you recently adopted a ferret? These little guys make very cute and fun little pets. However, despite that adorable innocent look, ferrets can get into quite a bit of mischief. In order to make your home safe for your tiny furball, you’ll need to do some ferretproofing. A Conyers, GA vet offer some helpful advice on how to do that in this article. Close Off Openings Ferrets can get through some pretty tiny holes! … Read More »

Caring for an Iguana

September 15, 2017

Have you been considering getting an iguana? These beautiful lizards are fascinating to watch, and can make fun, interesting pets. Iguanas do need a lot of care, however. A Covington, GA vet discusses basic iguana care in this article. Housing When you bring your pet home, he may be small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, but your little dinosaur will grow quite large, and could eventually get up to seven feet … Read More »

Five Tips for Saving Money on Pet Care

May 15, 2017

Let’s face it: life is expensive. It’s nice to save money wherever possible—did you know that you can save cash on your pet’s care without sacrificing your animal friend’s health in the least? Learn how below from a Conyers, GA veterinarian. Practice Preventive Care The cost of initial vaccinations for your pet—which will protect against dangerous diseases like parvovirus, distemper, hepatitis, Lyme disease, rabies, and more—is much less than the cost of treating these problems … Read More »

Signs That Your Cat is Sick

January 01, 2017

Kitties can certainly be quite opinionated little furballs. Fluffy may have no problem expressing her thoughts on baths or the neighbor’s dog. However, your cute pet may not be quite so forthcoming when she isn’t feeling well. There’s a good reason for this: in the wild, predators are often attracted to animals that show signs of weakness. Therefore, our feline friends learned long ago not to let on when they aren’t feeling well. Unfortunately, this … Read More »

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