Preventing Medication Poisoning With Your Pet


Like children, your pets should also be protected against accidental poisoning from your medications. While many human medications are also used on pets, most of the ones prescribed to humans are at different dosages and combinations that could make your pet violently ill or even cause death. Here is more information on the most common types of medications that could make your pet ill, plus some tips on keeping these medications safely stored.

14 May 2019

What To Know About Veterinarian Care For Your Dog


Pet ownership can be incredibly rewarding. Having a pet in the home is also very common. Around 68 percent of households in the US own a pet. Dogs in particular are especially popular. There are nearly 90 million pet dogs in the US. If you are considering bringing man's best friend into your home, there are a few things that you should know. Dogs, just like people, will require medical care.

20 February 2019

3 Common Parasites That Can Affect Your Dog


Caring for your dog can be difficult at times. Not only will they require food, grooming, and training, but your dog also requires medical care. Unfortunately, you may not realize veterinary care is essential for not only treating health issues, but also for preventing health issues. While surprising to learn, there are many parasites that can affect your dog's health and wellness and many of these parasites can be prevented. This guide will help you understand 3 common parasites and how to protect your dog from them.

6 December 2018

3 Signs Your Dog May Be In Pain


Your dog isn't able to verbally communicate with you with words, so it's important for you to pay attention to other ways your dog may be telling you that he isn't feeling well or is in pain. Some changes or mannerisms may be noticeable, but other may require you to pay a little more attention. Read on for some signs to look for that would indicate that your dog is in pain.

30 November 2018

3 Ways To Stop Your Cat From Scratching Up Your Home


Scratching is a natural instinct for a cat. Cats start scratching when they are only a few months old. Cat scratching, although a natural instinct for cats, can be damaging to your home. Luckily, there are steps you can take to stop and control how and where your cat scratches. #1 Keep Your Cat's Claws Trimmed The first thing you need to do to limit the damage from your cat's scratching is to keep their claws trimmed.

28 November 2018

What You Should Know About Arthritis And Your Cat


If you have had your cat for many years and they are getting to be a senior, you might notice that they are slowing down quite a bit. While some slowing down is normal with age, it is also important to know about arthritis in cats. Knowing the facts about this condition can help to ensure that you take the best possible care of your cat, particularly if they do indeed have arthritis.

20 November 2018

Important Questions To Have Answered When Choosing A New Veterinarian For Your Dog


Are you looking for a new veterinarian to care for your dog in the coming years? Here are a few important questions to ask when choosing a vet to work with. What Kinds of Animals Do You Care For? It's important to find out what types of animals prospective veterinarians care for to ensure that they have the experience and knowledge necessary to provide your dog with proper care as it ages.

16 November 2018