It's hard to understand the love a human being can have for a pet if you've never been a pet owner. Maybe it's not until you adopt your own furry friend that you understand that our beloved animals become just like another member of the family. That's how much we love them. So when it comes to their health care, you want to be as careful in your choices as you would for any other family member. [Read More]
What Does It Mean If A Cat With Kidney Disease Won't Eat?
Kidney disease is a dangerous condition for cats to have, and one that can eventually kill. Recognizing the signs and symptoms of this disease worsening or progressing can help you to prolong the life of your cat and make them feel more comfortable on a day-to-day basis. If you know your cat has kidney disease and isn't eating well, read this guide to find out what's going on. Toxic Byproducts [Read More]
Don't Delay Your Pet's Vaccination
Whether you have a cat or a dog, you surely want the best for your furry friend. While you might not hesitate to take your pet to the vet at the first sign of trouble, there's another thing you should be doing early on in your pet's life or as soon as possible after you adopt it, and that's to make sure that your pet has all of its needed vaccinations. [Read More]
Protecting Your Pet With Vaccines
Being a responsible pet owner will require you to tend to many of your pet's needs. Vaccinating the animal can be among the most important ways that you can protect your pet's health. However, it is easy for people to simply fail to use vaccinations to their full effect due to being misled by some popular notions concerning vaccinations. Myth: Only Puppies And Kittens Need Vaccines When you first adopt a puppy or kitten, getting the animal vaccinated will be one of the first things that you will be advised to do. [Read More]