Pet Health Affiliate Program

If you have a web site that is targeted towards Dogs or Cats or if you have a general pet or dog training related web site and want to earn a substantially higher income from the site than what you are doing now, then you've come to the right place.

The Market Health Affiliate Program...Just released

Pet Bounce: Pet Bounce is an all-natural, plant-based homeopathic blend designed to help alleviate the symptoms your pet may be experiencing safely and without side effects. Affiliates Earn $35 CPA on this worldwide offer.

For more information or to sign up, please visit:

Pet Bounce Pet Health Affiliate Program

Is Your Pet in Pain?

Animals naturally hide their pain. Pets may be suffering even though they dont show obvious signs. AAHA/AAFP Pain Management Guidelines have decoded signs of animal suffering and ways to relieve it.

To protect themselves from predators, animals naturally hide their pain. Your pet may be suffering even though he isnt showing obvious signs. Advancements in veterinary science have decoded subtle telltale signs of animal distress. Observing your pets behavior is vital to managing his or her pain. How well do you know your pet? Use these five clues from the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) to help you understand your pets body language.

Clue 1Abnormal chewing habits

If your pet is showing abnormal chewing habits, such as dropping its food or chewing on one side of the mouth, it may have a dental disorder or a mouth tumor. Additional signs may include weight loss, bad breath or excessive face rubbing. Routine dental checkups are important to prevent and treat dental disorders and related pain.

Clue 2Drastic weight gain or loss

Pain directly influences your pets weight and eating habits. Animals carrying excess weight have an increased chance of tearing ligaments and damaging joints. Pets with arthritis or muscle soreness may not want to access their food because bending over is uncomfortable. Arthritis pain may also cause pets to gain weight while their eating habits remain the same due to lack of exercise. Pain can also cause animals to loose their appetites which will lead to weight loss.

Clue 3Avoids affection or handling

Did Fluffy used to be active and energetic, but now sits quietly around the house? Avoiding affection or handling may be a sign of a progressive disease such as osteoarthritis or intervertebral disc disease. Although your pet may appear to be normal before petting or handling it, the added pressure applied to its body may expose sensitive and painful areas. Hiding is also a sign of pain. Because the animal is hurting, she will hide to avoid a vulnerable position (this allows the pet to prevent painful interactions).

Clue 4Decreased movement and exercise

Osteoarthritis or joint disease is the most common cause of pain. Pets that limp may be reluctant to go up or down stairs, exercise, or play. Weight and joint injuries can also go hand-in-hand. Losing unnecessary pounds will help overweight pets decrease pressure on sore joints and reduce pain. Consult your veterinarian about exercises, diets and medical therapies that can help improve your pets health.

Clue 5 Accidents

Pet owners often believe that accidents are a result of behavioral issues. Although behavioral issues may cause unwanted surprises, going to the bathroom in inappropriate places may be caused by pain. Pets with sore joints or arthritis may not make it to a convenient location due to painful obstacles like stairs.

Urinary tract infections also may cause a messy situation. In addition to having accidents, symptoms of a urinary tract infection may include, lethargy, fever, tender lower abdomen and difficulty urinating. Even after the urinary tract infection is dealt with it may be necessary to get a new litter box because the cat makes painful associations with the old litter box.

The lack of verbal expression does not mean that your pet is not experiencing pain. Minor behavioral change can be cause for alarm. Being aware of your pets habits can help you and your veterinarian assess and treat your pets pain. Pain management has become an integral part of your pets overall healthcare. Diagnosing and managing pain is among the 900 standards an animal hospital is evaluated on in order to become accredited through AAHA. For more information about the advancement of pain management, check out the AAHA/AAFP Pain Management Guidelines for Dogs and Cats.

Related Articles

Eczema Cream Affiliate Program

Market the leading Eczema Affiliate Program . Developed with leading dermatologists, this breakthrou...

49 New International Affiliate Program Offers

We are excited to announce the release of 49 new international diet and skin care offers into the Ma...

Eye Cream Affiliate Program

Market Health\'s newest addition to the line up for skin care affiliate program offers is the Revito...

Tinnitus Affiliate Program

FDA Registered Tinnitus Control relieves the symptoms of Tinnitus and helps stop the constant ringin...

Phytoceramides Affiliate Program

Market the leading Phytoceramides Affiliate Program . Phytoceramides has been featured on TV across ...

Recent Articles

FDA Approved Hair Regrowth Affiliate Program

Market the leading Men's and Women's Hair Regrowth Affiliate Program Online . Affiliates earn up to ...

Breast Feeding Affiliate Program

Market the leading Breast Feeding Affiliate Program Online . Affiliates earn up to 60% rev share or ...

Eczema Cream Affiliate Program

Market the leading Eczema Affiliate Program . Developed with leading dermatologists, this breakthrou...

Forskolin Diet Affiliate Program

Market the leading Foskolin Diet Affiliate Program . The Forskolin Fuel Weight Loss Program is combi...

49 New International Affiliate Program Offers

We are excited to announce the release of 49 new international diet and skin care offers into the Ma...

Jump To Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18