Category: Insurance for older pets

Three Tips for Healthier Dogs This Summer

Cat health specialists

Do your dogs or cats have popular pet names, or names that are more unique? For many people, pets are part of the family. In the United States, the most common pets are dogs and cats (unless you count fish–there are nearly 150 million of those). These loving and lovable animals are such a big part of our lives we even name them like we name our children. Some popular pet names like Bailey, Max, and Jack are popular human names too! And just like our own family members and loved ones, we want what’s best for our pets to ensure a long, healthy, and happy life.

People buy insurance for their valuable items, like their car, house, boat, and maybe even antiques. But we don’t ju

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How to Take Care of Your Aging Dog

Pet insurance

Our dogs are our family. They are there for us during the good times and the bad times. Sometimes, they’re even able to pick up that we’re not having a good day and try to help us get better. Because of that, it’s good that we do the same. As our older dogs reach elder status, we have to make sure to watch them and help them live out their golden years peacefully. After all, we love our dogs and want to keep them smiling. Here’s some tips on how to keep that smile going.

  1. A Healthy Diet
    First, it’s best to make sure that your dog is eating right. That means you have to be especially careful of what your dog is eating as he gets older. That’s right, the days when you’re do

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3 Facts You Might Not Know About Taking Care of Your Fur Friend

Healthcare for pets

Did you know that about 40% of households in the U.S. have a dog? It?s no surprise that pets have an important role in our lives. They are often seen as ?the friend that will never leave.? Consequently, we tend to care for them as we would for children (and unlike children, pets never forget to do their homework!).

Taking care of a pet is a constant learning experience, so here are a few things you might not even know about taking care of your beloved fur friend.

1. Spaying and Neutering Isn?t a Bad Thing

Many people express doubt about whether spaying or neutering their pet is a good idea. However, there are numerous benefits. For one, you won?t be contributing to the shelter problem in the U.S. — millions of pets, both cats and dogs, must live out their lives apart from f

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