Keys for Getting a Veterinary Temp Job

The veterinary industry today is valued at close to $45.9 billion and has experienced a 2.9% growth in the last 5 years. When you're a person trying to climb the ladder in your field, sometimes the best thing to do is take temp work for a little while. Temporary veterinary job staffing lets you get your foot in the door at a company while also beefing up your resume.  Read on to learn more about these vet temp jobs. [Read More]

Is Your Cat Drinking Enough Water?

Some cats will eagerly lap up all the water they can but not all. If you have a cat who notoriously isn't interested in drinking from a water bowl, you could end up with a significant health problem on your hands. Here's what you can do about it. Possible Danger The biggest threat facing a cat who doesn't drink water often enough is kidney disease. This is an illness that typically develops gradually over time, but once it's in full swing, it will ultimately claim the cat's life. [Read More]

What To Expect After Your Dog Is Neutered

Your dog may not be pleased with his next veterinary appointment, especially if it's the one where he's going to be neutered. Although your dog may not appreciate it at all, your neighborhood will. It helps prevent the increase in pet population and is the responsible thing to do as a pet owner if you don't intend on mating your dog. It serves other purposes as well, it can help calm down a hyper dog and can also reduce aggressive behavior in dogs as well. [Read More]

Is Your Cat Not Well? Signs To Watch Out For

Cats are finicky animals. They can be loving one minute and running around your house like their tail is on fire the next. They have no boundaries and will walk all around your house, sometimes thinking your head is their pillow. Cats may be finicky and odd at times, they still look to you for all of their needs. One of those needs is figuring out if your cat isn't feeling well, as your cat isn't going to be able to tell you themselves. [Read More]