Just like small children, Vet Care belived that Pets completely depend on us for their general well-being, from grooming and dental care to exercise and diet.
Why Vet Care Published?
Vet Care know that the friendly, uncritical companionship of a pet can be a valuable morale booster and an aid to relaxation to help counter the stresses imposed by life today.
We need pets such as dogs as never before, but we need dogs which are kept properly, healthy, well-behaved dogs which are not permitted to annoy other People, dog Which are valued by their owners and kept until the end of their days as important members of their household.
Owning a pet is a privilege and one which many people have to deny themselves through limitations on housing, exercise areas, working hours and even became“ the frank anti-dog attitude taken by a small segment of our society.
Our Mission And Objectives
The author of Vet Care whom have had wide experince with a variety of dogs, and who value pets as important parts of their lives, want to share some of the knowledge they have gained over the years, to make dog ownership smoother and more rewarding.
We believe that our website tells you the things the other website leave out. We hope that you and your dog owning friends will refer to Vet care frequently and, with this in mind, we have cross referenced extensively throughout the text to make retrieval easy.
Choosing The Right Pet For Your Family.
Choosing a dog is a very personal matter and difficult to cover in a limited space, but we have outlined in concise tables the advantages and disadvantages of puppies and older dogs, mongrels and pedigree animals, rescued dogs and surplus kennel dogs.
It is important that the right dog goes into the right home so that the pet can integrate without problems. We trust this information will make it easier for you to choose the dog that will suit your home and family.
Vet Care Provides Detailed Pets Management Topics
Pets requires good management for maximum healthy state, Detailed description of nutrition and feeding processes are also discussed.
Topics On Pet’s Anatomy And Physiology
We examine anatomy and physiology, to show you how your dog, small or large, is built and how its systems work.
We show you how the dog thinks, how it learns and how you can teach it acceptable behaviour in the correct way -too many people are, unwittingly, teaching their dogs to do the things they don’t want them to do! We believe that you can teach your dog to behave acceptably with just a little magic and no shouting or bullying.
Description Of Signs and Symptoms of Illness
The Provide ’What ifs’ Section which are unique, for we have looked at illnesses and injuries through the signs the owner will see, and advise on the action to take.
Another exclusive feature are the boxed history tips given for many illnesses, to help you give the most important information to the veterinary surgeon when you take your dog for consultation.
We know only too well how easy it is to become tongue-tied and flustered, so we remind you of the things you wanted to ask the vet, and we explain the jargon that vets tend to use in reply.
We hope that if you follow the advice given, the veterinary surgeon will be able to use his skill to best effect to help your dog.
Similarly, the section which deals with post-surgical nursing will save you anxiety and promote the dog’s smooth recovery and, incidentally, win you the approbation of your veterinary surgeon, if you look after your dog in the professional way we have described.
Questions For Our Veterinary?