Six Things To Remember About Veterinary Treatment For A New Pet

It's important to start focusing on the health of a new pet immediately by making sure that your pet gets needed veterinary care from a young age. The following are six things to remember about veterinary treatment for a new pet.  Preventive care is essential It's always best to avoid veterinary health issues with preventive care rather than seeking treatment for veterinary health problems after they've already developed.  Focus on preventive treatment, including vaccinations and deworming.   Read More...

Should You Be Concerned if Your Dog Is Vomiting?

When your pooch vomits (hopefully while outdoors), it's not necessarily a huge cause for concern. Of course, the frequency of vomit, along with the nature of vomit your dog has produced, can signify a problem. Read on to learn more about how to know when vomiting is no longer a casual symptom to ignore.  Your Dog's Behaviour Noting your dog's behavior before and after they vomit can be helpful in assessing the situation.   Read More...

4 Things A Cat Dentist Can Do

Cats are natural carnivores. In the wild, felines eat fresh meat from their prey. All felines, even domestic cats, thrive on a diet high in protein. To fulfill their dietary needs, cats have sharp canine teeth that can be used to hunt and shred food. Domestic cats are more likely to use their teeth to crunch kibble and treats. No matter what lifestyle your cat leads, healthy teeth are important. A cat dentist can help you keep your cat's teeth healthy, intervening if any problems arise.   Read More...

3 Potential Hazards To Pets That Your Child Needs To Know About

Do you have kids who have been begging to get a cat or a dog? Have you finally agreed that you'll get the pet that they want for an upcoming birthday, holiday, or another special occasion? Owning a pet is often a huge part of growing up. Your kids will be able to have many experiences that they wouldn't be able to have any other way. But while having a furry friend can be awesome, it's important to also teach your child how to make sure that the pet is healthy and is able to remain that way.   Read More...

Doggie Dental Care: What You Need To Know

Your dog's teeth are just as important as your own. The American Veterinary Dental College reports that many dogs (and cats) show signs of periodontal disease as early as three years of age, so it is important that you don't overlook the importance of your canine's oral hygiene. One of the earliest signs of dental disease in dogs is bad breath, which is why it gets overlooked—after all, dog breath is not pleasant.   Read More...