Bugged By Fleas? Simple Steps To Get Them Off Your Dog And Out Of Your House
21 June 2016
If you think fleas aren't a problem because you only found one or two on your dog, think again. For every one flea you see on your dog, there could be hundreds more hiding in your home. That's because fleas could be using your dog as a free taxi service into your home. To get rid of the problem, you have to treat your dog and your home at the same time.
3 Tips To Keep Your Mutt Out Of Your Mulch
1 June 2016
Having a dog around your yard can provide you with a significant amount of love and companionship, but an outdoor dog can easily sustain injuries related to your outdoor landscaping. If your yard has areas covered in mulch, these areas provide opportunity for your dog to get paw splinters or ingest toxic mulch products.
Here are three tips that you can use to help keep your dog away from mulched areas in your yard and prevent an emergency trip to the vet in the future.
Understanding Siamese Cats' Potential Color Change After A Medical Procedure
11 April 2016
If you're a proud owner of a Siamese cat, chances are you love the beautiful coloring that Siamese cats have, with their dark masks and limbs, and pale coat. However, what might surprise you is that your cat's coat color can change, even after they've reached maturity. In fact, your kitty's coat may change its appearance following any medical procedure where it's necessary to shave off fur or bandage your kitty.
Can You Make Your Next Vet Visit Fear Free?
29 February 2016
Just like some humans get anxious about visiting the doctor or nervous about making a dentist appointment, some animals get fearful about taking an annual trip to the vet hospital. And some of those pets get so overwhelmed that they panic and behave wildly -- some mild-mannered pups lunging in fear, some cool kitties shaking and cowering.
According to the 2014 Bayer Veterinary Healthcare Usage Study, 37 percent of dog owners and 58 percent of cat owners say their pets hate going to the vet.