Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Rabbit Veterinary Hospital In Philadelphia

In keeping with good health, your Rabbit should have an annual veterinary exam, to ensure that their weight is good, their teeth are healthy, their toenails are trimmed, and so their diet can be reviewed. Just like puppies and kittens, bunnies should be neutered or spayed as well, but for different reasons. Male bunnies may spray their urine, marking their territory like male cats. In addition, some male bunnies can become aggressive and more dominant when they mature. They also can have reproductive diseases, but to a lesser percentage than the female bunny. It is absolutely imperative to have a female bunny spayed to prevent uterine cancer.

Dog Grooming In Northeast Philadelphia

Dogs are known for their rambunctious and playful energy. Rolling around in the grass, running through puddles and playing fetch are among their favorite playtime activities. More often than not, the outside tends to stay matted in their fur. At World of Animals Mayfair, we offer affordable Pet Grooming as one of our many services for your pup. Our groomer will make your furry friend look, feel, and smell their best.

Monday, April 8, 2019

Spaying Your Pet Northeast Philadelphia Veterinary Hospital

Spaying is the surgical removal, performed under full anesthesia, of a female animal’s ovaries and uterus.  Spaying has many benefits, including health and behavioral advantages for your pet, and the social benefit of preventing a contribution to overpopulation.

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Philadelphia Rabbit Veterinarian

Rabbits should always be kept in a safe place where they can live, sleep, eat and rest as well as to go to the bathroom. You can take your rabbit out to play and run around in a “rabbit-proof” environment, but remember, the rabbit is a nibbler and a chewer. They will gnaw on anything including books on a shelf, furniture, and wires. Household hazards can be fatal, it is always important to know where your bunny is and what they are doing. With the information in this article, combined with things discussed at your bunnies visit to the veterinarian, we can help keep your rabbit healthy and happy, and a member of your family for years to come.