The vet we go to offers a 3 year rabies vaccine for felines, so I only have to haul mine in every three years for their rabies! They have also started offering the other vaccines that last 3 years, it's great!View Thread
We have three cats and one dog. Two of the cats are fine. My smallest cat has HORRIBLE breath. They all eat Purina indoor food and I figure if it was the food the other two would be horrible also. Our dog eats Pedigree dog food and her breath smells like rotting fish constantly. I am sensitive to smells and it not only makes me queasy it just makes me mad. What can I do besides brushing their teeth which we already do and it doesn't seem to help! We even give her the dental cleaning bones. Thanks in advance.View Thread
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