Our friends at Healthcare for Pets have an article on dental health for your pets. Taking care of our pets teeth can be an ordeal. But it is an ordeal we all must undertake. Over 85% of pets will deal with a dental issue. These issue are unseen and difficult to detect but with a trained eye, they can be dealt with. Here's what you can do to avoid a huge dental bill. Original article: https://www.healthcareforpets.com/article/how-to-prevent-dental-disease-in-cats-and-dogs/ By: Dr. Clayton Greenway, B.Sc., DVM
One of the most arduous tasks for pet owners is taking your beloved friend to the veterinarian. In the same way, people have a fear for the doctor, pets have the same fear for the veterinarian. For some pets, going to the veterinarian feels traumatic. The strange sounds and the new pungent smells emanating from the vet’s office can all be too much for your pet’s senses.
Etiquette is the way in which we conduct ourselves around others. There are rules for how to act at a dinner table, at a party, at school, and even when conversing with strangers. There are also rules for how to be a good dog owner. These focus not only on how we tend to our dog’s needs, but how we present our dog to the rest of the world. Being a dog owner means taking responsibility for our pet’s actions and making sure that these actions do not disrespect or inconvenience others. Here are four basic dog etiquette rules that you should be familiar with.
Here's another article from our friends at Healthcare for Pets, a blog dedicated to your pet's health. It covers seven bad habits cats have and how to deal with them. It could be said that bad cats existsbecause they were bad kittens. But there are behaviors that can developed in the best of conditions.
Once again, it’s the first Sunday in February and after a tough, arduous regular season and an even grueling playoffs, the world of sports sets their sights upon the biggest game of the year. This game is known worldwide and is seen by an audience of billions. The game is the Puppy Bowl - a game where young pups go to “battle” on the puppy gridiron.
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The original article is from the the New York Post written by Lauren Steussy. Here is the link to the original article. https://nypost.com/2019/01/16/alarming-burnout-is-making-doctors-want-to-kill-themselves/
Original post: https://www.healthcareforpets.com/article/poisonous-holiday-plants-for-pets/
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We describe Eusoh as community-based care for your pet. But it’s also community-based care for everyone’s pet.
As a Eusoh ambassador, you have the opportunity to create a new revenue stream for yourself. In the new sharing economy, which Eusoh is a big part of, people are finding new and innovative ways to make a living or have a side "gig". Whether it is being an Uber driver or an Amazon retail affiliate or even a social media influencer, we are presented so many opportunities to create earnings. And now you have this opportunity and all you need to do is connect with fellow pet owners.
All you need to do is “Spread the Love” of Eusoh by spreading the word of what we do. You’ll be equipped with an “ambassador” code that you can send to your network, clients, friends, family - Basically, anyone who wants to try out a new and innovative way to protect pets everywhere.