Keeping your pet safe and far away from toxic substances is an incredibly important task for any pet owner. While there are many household items that are known to be harmful, medications are ones that can heal humans but hurt their furry companions.
Lab work is necessary for comprehensive care even when humans are able to consciously describe how they’re feeling. Our pets can’t tell us when they feel unwell or different, and for this reason, regular laboratory work is even more essential to monitoring and maintaining a pet’s ongoing health.
The best way to prevent periodontal disease and safeguard your pet’s health and wellbeing is with regular at-home and professional dental care.
Everyone loves including furry family members in holiday travel plans, but it’s important to take a few steps to ensure they’ll be safe on the road and have a happy holiday, too!
With their fluffy, round physiques, chubby pets have taken over the internet with cute pictures and their own social media accounts. “Chonky” pets, however, aren’t as cute as the internet would like you to believe. We love all animals and, of course, we think they’re all cute, but obesity is a serious health problem for cats and dogs.