Veterinary Acupuncture

Veterinary Acupuncture

Veterinary Acupuncture dates back 3000 b.c to the time of legendary emperor Hwang Ti, and its earliest application was on horses. From then, lots of research and improvements have been made and currently, Acupuncture is a popular form of alternative therapy. Learn more Veterinary Acupuncture from this PDF. Disclaimer: Content in...

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Singapore Veterinary Association Community Engagement

Singapore Veterinary Association Community Engagement

Dr Jean Paul Ly is a firm believer of Community engagement. He is a passionate member of the Singapore Veterinary Association and strives to promote awareness of Pet Health and other related topics. To view the List of Members in Singapore Veterinary Association, please visit this link. About Singapore Veterinary...

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Is Dr Jean Paul Ly a Veterinarian or a Celebrity?

Is Dr Jean Paul Ly a Veterinarian or a Celebrity?

Apart from his Hectic life back in his clinic, Veterinarian Dr Jean Paul Ly is also a popular Celebrity who steals the limelight on Television. Appearing and hosting Television Shows such as “Thinking Animals”, “Animal Emergency” and “Creature Comfort”, these series are well liked and close to the heart of...

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How to Take Care of a Baby Ferret

How to Take Care of a Baby Ferret

Baby ferrets need a lot of tender care. It is appropriate to wait until a baby is around six-week old before separating them from the mother. I suggest that you do some research prior to adopting your new pet. A litter will commonly have about seven or eight babies, commonly...

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How to Keep Dog Fleas Away

How to Keep Dog Fleas Away

Dog fleas are a bane to pet owners. But the sad truth is that sooner or later, you will have to deal with the problem. Knowing how to get rid of these parasites is very important because this problem does not go away without intervention. One thing you need to...

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What to Expect When You Are Potty Training Your Puppy

What to Expect When You Are Potty Training Your Puppy

This is often the first thing you need to do with your puppy. This is your first training requirement for your new puppy. To save you lots of work, confine your new family member, the puppy, to rooms that are tiled or have washable rugs. This will save you a...

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Don’t be Tricked by Unlicensed Veterinarian!

Don’t be Tricked by Unlicensed Veterinarian!

In the Recent Years, there is an increase in unlicensed “Veterinarian” targeting worried Pet Owners. These unlicensed personnels will often offer their services at a lower cost while ensuring a safe professional treatment, to lure potential customers. An example is: Jorge Diaz, owner of Caninos Dog Service, is not a...

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Lyme Disease in Dogs

Lyme Disease in Dogs

Yes, Lyme Disease doesn’t just occur in humans, but in dogs as well. However, diagnosing the ailment in pets is harder than it is in humans. The bacteria could be in your pooch for several months without displaying any signs of it. A rash, the first symptom of the disease...

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What is Canine Heartworm Disease?

What is Canine Heartworm Disease?

  Canine Heartworm Disease (CHD) in dogs is a slow chronic condition caused by infection with large round bodied worms (Dirofilaria immitis) found in the heart. Adult worms can measure up to 30cm in length and can number up to 300. These parasites cause mechanical blockage within the heart by...

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How to Deal with a Sick Rat?

How to Deal with a Sick Rat?

We all hope it doesn’t happen, but no matter how much of a good rat owner you are, there will be a time when you find yourself nursing a sick rat. Quarantine The first decision to make is whether you are going to move your sick rat into another isolation...

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