It's nearly Christmas, and I've gathered some of my best tips and tricks to making your festive house also friendly to Fluffy and Fido. Even if you've already finished decorating, refresh your memory on dangers from the things you've brought out in the open or into your home.
Picking Out the
Putting Up Christmas Lights
Tips For Potted
Tips For Hanging
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Unfortunately, it's hard for even a vet to quickly tell how affected the liver is by high liver enzymes and to ID the root of the problem. I'd definitely recommend bringing a pet in to the doctor to have tests done to gauge the severity.
What does high liver enzymes in my puppy mean? How do I treat it?
One common supplement offered to pets facing liver issues is milk thistle. The Silymarin naturally helps displace toxins, acts as an antioxidant, and enables faster cell regeneration. It can be purchased in drops for dogs or cats.
However, there are also some foods that can help minimize buildup. Find out what to look for and read more
Some vets recommend (and offer) sedatives or low-dose antihistamines to animals that get anxious and bark, meow, vomit, whine, etc. while traveling. In the case of the lady who let the dog out of the bag, her biting pooch had been sedated before boarding . . . so there are no guarantees the medicine will work for the whole journey.Along with those over-the-counter stress relievers out there for pet owners, how would you feel about drugging your furry friend for a trip?