Monitor Your Dog’s Health: What You Need To Watch Out For

Your dog is an important member of the family that doesn't get to be a part of it for long, which is why you have to make the most of your dog's life. You need to do what you can to keep your dog as healthy as possible in order to lengthen its life. Your dog needs you to take good care of it and needs you to monitor it for health issues or concerns. Read More 

Caring For an Aging Cat

Eventually, cats reach an age at which they start to seem older. They slow down a little, their hair starts to look gray, and you may notice they gain or lose some weight. When your cat reaches this age, which tends to be when they are around the age of 10, it's time to start keeping their age in mind and providing a little extra care. Here are some ways you can and should care for an aging cat. Read More 

The Benefits Of Using Skilled Veterinarian Services For Your Pet

As a pet owner, you want to take the best care of your animal companion. You want to keep it in the best health possible and prevent it from getting sick or feeling pain. To ensure that your pet can remain in sound health, you need to take it to a doctor that specializes in treating cats, dogs, and other animal family members. You can take advantage of what veterinarian services can offer to you and your pet. Read More 

How Dental X-Rays Help Your Cat

When your cat gets his or her dental cleaning, the cat dentist may want to take X-rays. These X-rays can reveal serious hidden problems with your cat's teeth. Dental cleanings are the best time to take X-rays since your cat is already anesthetized and having his or her teeth examined. Here is more information about dental anesthesia and X-rays, why they are done, and what they can reveal. Why Would a Cat Need Dental X-Rays? Read More 

Taking Your Anxious Cat To The Vet Clinic

Most cats don't exactly love going to the vet, but they tolerate it alright. Some cats, however, become very anxious when it's time to head to the vet clinic. They may cower in the backs of their crates and even lash out at you when you attempt to pet or soothe them. It's important to realize that this reaction is born of anxiety — not anger — and to treat it as such. Read More