If you are happy to have a pet as a member of your family, you are not alone. It has been estimated that about 164 million Americans own some type of pet.
Hairball Remedy For Cats
Any cat owner will admit that he’s had to deal with hairballs his pet may have had at some point of time. A hairball is actually something that’s quite unpleasant to the sight.
Bloat in Dogs
Bloat in dogs is an acute condition when gas accumulates in large volumes in the canine’s abdomen, leading to sudden death.
Vaccinations for Dogs
Vaccinating your dog is as critical as feeding and grooming it regularly. This is more so because dogs are prey to various dangerous diseases.
Heat Stroke in Dogs
Dog Heatstroke or hyperthermia in dogs occurs when the dog’s heat regulating mechanism fails to keep its body temperature within normal limits.
Heat Exhaustion: The Danger of Leaving Pets in a Parked Car
In May 2017, Jonathan Theobald, 66, was convicted after he left his three dogs in a hot car, only to find them dead when he returned.
Geriatric Care for Dogs
You’ve bounced him on your knee when he was a pup as if he were your own child; watched him grow into a bouncy, ever-loving companion; and assumed the role of a father to his pups if he had any and was there when you had to give them away.
Breaking Down Cat Allergies
For those who love keeping cats, cat allergies are all too common. It could be a family member’s never-ending cold symptoms with running noses and eyes, non-stop sneezing and a perpetually ticklish nose or certain rashes that break out on your skin whenever you play with Kitty.
Pancreatitis in Dogs
Pancreatitis is a deadly disease for both humans and dogs and if left untreated, is most likely to cause death also.
Dog-Friendly Places Highlighted & Described
There’s been a spurt in dog-friendly parks, restaurants, beaches, and hotels where the usual sign earlier on used to be Pets Not Allowed.