Don't Ignore These Signs From Your Pet

Wouldn't it be nice if pets could talk? Not only would it make things more interesting, but they would be able to tell you when something was wrong and what was going on. However, since pets can't talk, as a pet owner, you simply have to be able to catch onto what is going on with your pet. You have to know when something is out of place and unordinary. Keep reading to learn a few signs that you should not ignore. [Read More]

Tips For Introducing A New Puppy To Older Cats

Your older cat may be the king or queen of the castle and might have grown accustomed to getting all the love and attention of the people in your home. A new puppy would also make a great addition, but you might not be quite sure how your senior cat is going to respond to having another pet in the house. Here are a few tips to help you introduce a new, exuberant puppy to your older cat. [Read More]

First Aid For Your Dog: What To Know

Your dog is your responsibility, and when they're injured or hurt in any way, you can take them to the veterinarian for help and for treatment, but in the meantime, there may be some things you can do for your dog as well. Giving first aid to your dog will help them until you can get them to the veterinarian or to an animal hospital. Read on for some first aid tips for your dog in the event of an emergency. [Read More]

Daily, Weekly, Monthly, And Yearly Dental Care For Dogs

Thanks to their loving human caregivers, dogs can live for 15 years or more. Unfortunately, their teeth do not always hold up as long as the rest of their bodies. Many old dogs are plagued by loose and painful teeth and end up having to have many of their teeth removed. But this does not have to be your dog's fate. If you start with these daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly dental care practices when your dog is young, you'll increase their chances of keeping those chompers into old age. [Read More]