Are the pet bills starting to climb? Keeping with the basics such as feeding quality food, litter for cats and providing good medical care for your pet can really make all the difference. Instead of getting the designer novelty bling and chew toys for your pet, put your dollars into those three basics and it […]
Teach your child how to read your pet’s body language and identify when your pet wants to be left alone.
NEVER use scissors to clip out a mat on a cat or a dog! Animal skin, especially cat skin, can easily tear. This can cause severe lacerations that may need immediate medical attention. It’s best to use clippers or take your pet to a professional groomer for mat removal.
Keep your pet safe by storing common household poisons such as anti-freeze, rat poison, and snail bait out of reach!
Did you know that the older a pet gets, the faster they age? Cats and dogs are considered “senior” pets when they reach the age of six or seven years old. Yearly veterinary examinations and Senior Screenings, which often include blood work, echocardiograms (ECGs), and urinalysis, can help detect age-related health problems while they are […]