Why You Should Be Concerned If Your Cat Is Obsessed With Water

It can be hard for cat owners to recognize the signs and symptoms that their cat isn't feeling well. Unfortunately, one of these symptoms is if your cat is overly interested in drinking water. While some cats love drinking and playing with water from the time that they're kittens, an increase in drinking isn't a good thing. Read on to learn what this could indicate your cat is experiencing. Hydration is Good, But… Read More 

All About Ingrown Claws In Senior Cats

Young cats typically do a good job of taking care of their claws, making sure to scratch surfaces to sharpen and trim their claws regularly. However, as cats age, this behavior can become less common, and cats can develop ingrown claws. Ingrown claws pose a serious risk to a cat's health, especially if they're elderly. Read on to learn more about ingrown claws and what you can do to prevent them from happening to your older cat. Read More 

Summer’s Coming: 4 Tips To Keep Your Dog Safe During Outdoor Activities

Summer is right around the corner. It's time to start planning the outdoor activities. If you're planning on including your dog in your summer fun, you'll need to take some special precautions. Dogs love getting out for summer activities. However, outdoor activities can pose hazards for your pet. Before you head out this summer, here are some tips you should follow to keep your dog safe. Bring the Shade Even if you're going somewhere that has plenty of trees, your dog may not be able to get cool enough. Read More 

What You Need To Know About Anesthetizing Your Pet For Surgery

If you are having your pet spayed or neutered, know that anesthesia will be used. There are some distinct risks associated with putting your pet 'under', but your vet should be able to screen and test your pet to rule-out many of these concerns. Before you show-up for your pet's surgical appointment, talk with your veterinary provider about pre-anesthesia testing: Testing reduces risks during surgery significantly. Testing can uncover any underlying medical conditions or ailments prior to surgery. Read More 

Becoming The Owner Of A Dog For The First Time

It's nice to have a dog around your house for many reasons, such as for security and companionship. However, if you decide to purchase a dog, it will involve a lot of work as well. Caring for a dog is a lot like taking care of a child, so you must be prepared for the task. The type of dog that you opt for will play a role in how easy it is to care for him or her as well. Read More