While Christmas is a time of celebration, fun, and cheer for humans, most pets will be taken out of their usual routine over the holidays, which can be quite overwhelming for them. Find out what special precautions you should take to keep your pet healthy during the holiday season.
A new puppy can bring joy and happiness to a household, but don't forget that your home and you are both unique. Your newest family member may be scared of this new environment, but there are steps you can take to ease the transition.
Dogs and humans alike suffer from arthritis. Typically, it affects older dogs, and some breeds are more susceptible than others. Osteoarthritis causes the cartilage between the bones to break down quicker and the rubbing of the bones causes inflammation and pain.
The most common skin disease in pets is Flea Allergy Dermatitis (FAD). In response to flea saliva, cats and dogs itch, scratch, and lick bites incessantly, creating a vicious cycle that can be very painful.
Pets are unable to tell us when they are in pain, so it is up to you to determine whether they are in pain or if they are experiencing another issue. The purpose of this article is to explain the differences between acute and chronic pain in both dogs and cats and will list common signs of pain.
In order to protect your pet from deadly diseases transmitted by ticks, it is crucial to check for and remove ticks regularly. We have compiled a list of the top 7 spots where ticks can conceal on your dog, as well as tips for preventing and removing them.
If you look at the ingredients on your dog's food or other brands in the store, you'll likely see fish quite frequently. Even if it is an ingredient of dog food, dogs still cannot safely eat just any fish we put in their dinner bowl. Here is what you need to know if you want to add a fishy treat to your dog's diet.