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

What To Know About Canine Influenza


When your puppy is sick, you might feel the effects too. Fortunately, there are very few illnesses that can spread from animals to humans and canine influenza, or dog flu, is not one of them. It's best to know the signs of this type of flu so that you'll know how to handle it when your pooch is affected, so read on to learn more. What is Canine Influenza? Two different strains of dog flu have been discovered.

12 November 2018

Chronic Disease And Serious Injury: Facing The Choice Of Compassionate Euthanasia


If your pet has been struggling with health issues or has sustained a serious injury, you have two or three choices ahead of you. You could choose to treat the illness or injury, you could choose not to treat it, or you could choose to put your pet to sleep with euthanasia. Facing this decision as a pet owner is challenging, especially when you are feeling emotional or overwhelmed. If you are not sure if putting your pet to sleep is the right choice, take the following considerations into account.

6 November 2018

Are Your Cat's Teeth To Blame For Its Bad Behavior?


Having a cat lash out in anger can be upsetting or even frightening for a pet owner, especially if they manage to hurt you. While it's easy to be angry at your cat for their behavior, there's a chance that what you think is anger is actually fear and pain. Consider whether your cat's teeth are responsible for their actions when you read this guide. Teeth Problems If your cat doesn't have bad breath and you haven't seen any significant signs of tooth problems, you might think that your cat doesn't have oral health issues.

2 November 2018

What You Can Do If You Have A Skittish Dog


If you have a dog that you recently rescued or adopted that has skittish tendencies, it can be difficult to know what to do to help and support them. Dogs are usually skittish for a reason, such as trauma in their pasts, but can also suffer from generalized anxiety disorders and other similar mental health issues. Get to know some of the steps you can take if you have a dog that is skittish in order to take care of them as well as possible.

4 October 2018