Why You Need To Follow Dietary Directions Before And After Pet Surgery

Posted on: 24 February 2017

If your pet is due to have surgery soon, chances are your veterinarian has given you some instructions for what you need to do prior to surgery. These instructions most likely include directions about when your pet should stop eating. Following surgery, your pet will probably also receive similar directives regarding when and what your pet can eat after the procedure. Many pets are allowed to eat and drink whenever they feel like in the home, especially in multi-pet households.
[Read More]

Stay Out of There! 4 Steps to Take When Your Dog Gets Its Head Stuck Where It Doesn't Belong

Posted on: 28 September 2016

Dogs are naturally curious creatures. Part of that curiosity may cause your dog to put its head in lots of places that it shouldn't. If your dog's curiosity has resulted in its head getting stuck, you'll need to act fast to set your dog free. If possible, you should work together as a team with someone else to free your doggy. Here are the steps you should take to help your dog escape confinement.
[Read More]

Flies Attacking Your Dog? 4 Steps To Care For The Wounds

Posted on: 26 July 2016

Summer is here. If your dog spends time outdoors, chances are good that it's going to get bit by flies at least once. This is particularly true if your dog has upright ears – such as Dobermans or German Shepherds. Flies like to climb inside ears to seek shelter from the heat. While inside your dog's ears, the flies will feast on the tender flesh around the tips and inner ear canal.
[Read More]

Ways To Help You Cat Deal With Their Arthritis

Posted on: 14 July 2016

When you are a cat owner, your cat becomes an integral member of your family and almost like another child. As such, when they get older and begin to develop health conditions such as arthritis, you may wonder what you can and should do to help them deal with and cope with their arthritis stiffness and overall discomfort. There are many veterinary treatment options available for your arthritic cat. All you need to do is get to know some of those treatment options and work with your veterinarian to get your cat the care that they need.
[Read More]