Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Help! My Cat has Ear Mites

Otodectes cynotis, most commonly called ear mites, are a common and relatively mild external parasite infection. Ear mites are parasites that live on the skin’s surface, especially on the skin lining of the ear...

Saying Goodbye to a Pet

Your relationship with your pet is special, and you are responsible for its care and welfare. Eventually, many owners are faced with making life or death decisions for their pets. Such a decision may...

Is your cat showing aggressive behavior?

Aggression is the second most common feline behavior problem seen by animal behaviorists. Aggressive behavior can range from cats who hiss, to cats who attack. Cats who bite can inflict severe lacerations, which are painful...

Common Cat Hazards

A cat should be safe at home. But every household has substances that can pose a hazard to your cat if he's exposed to them. Learn about some of the common hazards around your...

How to Keep Your Pet Safe in Snow, Ice and Freezing Temperatures

They may have fur, but winter poses a real risk to pets as temperatures plummet and streets get covered in snow. Here’s some advice on keeping your pets safe during the chilly months: Bundle up...

Top 9 Most Common Veterinary Visits

Having to take your animal to the veterinarian can be very stressful. Hopefully, you only take your pet when they need their wellness examinations.  Unfortunately, throughout their lives, you may have to make a...

Is Dental Care Really Important for our Pets?

Is dental care important for our pets? The answer is, absolutely. Imagine not brushing your teeth or going to the dentist, how your own teeth would be. Many people are very hesitant...

Top 10 deadly substances in your home for your Cat

Your cat is curious and can get into things they shouldn’t. His exploration may expose him to some not-so-obvious dangers in your home. There are many harmful substances and poisonous foods for cats that...

5 Pet Dangers You May Not Know About

As devoted pet owners, we want what’s best for our animals. Taking the necessary steps to ensure their safety is one of the most important things we can do. Every year thousands...

Spayed or Neutered Dogs Live Longer

Many dog owners have their pets spayed or neutered to help control the pet population, but to research from the University of Georgia suggests the procedure could add to the length of their lives...

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