As a pet parent, you are aware that vet services are a critical part of maintaining your dog's overall wellbeing. However, for many dog owners, these vet services are limited to vaccinations and perhaps emergency care since they assume that the day-to-day care of their pet can easily be handled at home. While brushing your pet's coat and occasionally trimming their fur may seem sufficient to ensuring your animal remains presentable, you should note that professional dog grooming encompasses much more than that. [Read More]
Five Considerations for Cat Owners Introducing A New Cat
Introducing cats into a household of existing cats can be a stressful process. There are many things to consider when looking for a new cat and many other things to consider for initiating them into your family. While cats are not social by nature in the wild, humans have come up with many successful strategies for making your feline friends cooperate with each other. Below are five considerations when looking to add a new cat into your home. [Read More]
Is your pet hiding a secret tooth problem?
How healthy are your animals? Whether you own a rabbit, a dog, a horse or even cows, they may look perfectly well, but that doesn't necessarily mean that there is nothing to worry about. Even if they look healthy, there could perhaps be something in their behaviour that suggests that there is a health problem that needs to be looked at. One area of animal healthcare that is frequently neglected is veterinary dentistry. [Read More]
What Happens to Unmicrochipped Cats in a Shelter?
If your cat wanders off or has an accident, then it might not be able to find its way home. If you've microchipped your pet, then a vet or shelter can scan the chip to find out your details and contact you. However, if you haven't microchipped your pet yet, then it might end up in a shelter. What happens then? Your Chances of a Reunion Are Slim If your cat ends up in a shelter and it isn't microchipped, then you have to rely on luck to get it back. [Read More]