Pet Surgery And Older Animals: What You Need To Consider

Pet surgery can be a stressful experience, regardless of your animal's age. But when your pet is older, there's an extra layer of concern that comes into play. Your elderly dog, cat, or other animal companion has special needs that can't be ignored. With a slower metabolism, potential underlying conditions, and less resilience to bounce back, older pets require extra care when it comes to surgery. Here's what you need to know. Read More 

What To Do If Your Dog Is Vomiting Continuously

When your dog doesn't feel well, it can be difficult to watch. Your dog is your best friend and a part of the family, so when your pal doesn't feel well, you are going to try and do everything you can to make them feel better. If your dog is vomiting and not able to hold down food, it can be very difficult. Your dog may have an upset stomach from something that was ingested, or just has an upset stomach for some other reason. Read More 

How To Select The Right Food For Your Dog

If you're like most people then your dog is a priority. Selecting the right food for your dog is probably important to you. If you are a new dog owner you may not be sure exactly how to go about selecting food for your pet. Here are some general tips that will help you make the right choices.  Serving Size vs Packaging A common mistake that many pet owners make is to buy the biggest dog food and think that they are getting the best deal. Read More 

Properly Caring For Your Cat’s Teeth

Your cat is unable to clean its teeth on its own so it needs you to provide dental care. Here are steps to take to keep your cat's teeth in the best possible condition. Make Sure To See A Veterinarian Regularly During your cat's routine yearly examinations, its veterinarian will take a look at its teeth and gums to ensure there are no problems that require addressing. Your cat's veterinarian will scale tartar off the surfaces of its teeth with a dental instrument. Read More 

3 Things You Need To Know About Vaccinating Your Dog Against Rabies

When it comes to vaccinations for your dog, the rabies vaccine is one of the most important and integral. Is your dog up-to-date on its rabies vaccinations? If not (or if you're not sure), it's time to schedule an appointment with your vet. Meanwhile, there are some things all dog owners should know about the rabies licensing and vaccination. The Vaccine is Good For 1-3 Years Depending on the specific injection carried and used by your veterinarian, you can expect the vaccine to be good for anywhere from one to three years. Read More