Flexcin/FlexPet

FlexPet Mythbuthers – Cat Edition

This article originally appeared on my ongoing series of articles for Flexcin International, Inc as FlexPet Mythbuthers – Cat Edition   Cats are mysterious creatures and oftentimes we don’t understand their intentions. Despite their domestication and interaction with humans for hundreds of years, their behavior is still shrouded by numerous myths. Read on to find out what you […]

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Second Hand Smoke – Your Dog is at Risk

This article originally appeared on my ongoing series of articles for Flexcin International, Inc as Second Hand Smoke – Your Dog is at Risk While second hand smoke has always been advertised as a risk factor for children in smoking homes, people often neglect the fact that it also has a negative impact on dogs. Approximately one […]

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The Car Ride – Essential Safety Tips on Traveling with your Pet

This article originally appeared on my ongoing series of articles for Flexcin International, Inc as The Car Ride – Essential Safety Tips on Traveling with your Pet As pets get older, you’re going to spend more time on the road visiting veterinary hospital for examination, diagnostic testing, and medical treatment of your pet.  While in transit, an ill […]

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Cancer and Heartworm Disease Prevent Hero Dog Kabang from Undergoing Facial Reconstructive Surgery

This article originally appeared on my ongoing series of articles for Flexcin International, Inc as Cancer and Heartworm Disease Prevent Hero Dog Kabang from Undergoing Facial Reconstructive Surgery Have you heard the remarkable tale of Kabang, the Filipino hero dog?  It’s quite the inspirational and ongoing story of overcoming adversity.  In December, 2011 Kabang, a female, mixed breed pooch […]

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How Often Should You take Your Cat to the Vet?

This article originally appeared on my ongoing series of articles for Flexcin International, Inc as How Often Should You take Your Cat to the Vet? Recent statistics are showing a drastic difference in the amount of veterinary care that felines receive in comparison to their barking counterparts. Dogs average about 1.8 visits to the vet each year while cats lag […]

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