Information On Boarding Your Cat At An Animal Hospital

If you are going to be away from your home for an extended period of time, you should consider boarding your cat at an animal hospital. This way, you know they are going to be safe and cared for while you are away. Most cats get extremely stressed during travel. This article will give you advice on how you can get your cat to the facility without causing them too much stress. Read More 

Puppy Paws: 3 Tips For Caring For This Often-Neglected Part Of Your Dog

You care for your dog well; you take him for regular vaccinations to protect him from illness, you feed him high-quality dog food, and you give him all the love in the world. Do you also know how to properly care for his paws? Many dog owners don't realize how important puppy and dog care for paws is, but remember that they walk outdoors with their delicate paws exposed to the elements daily. Read More 

First Time Owning A Cat? Here Are 4 Diseases You Should Be Aware Of

If you're normally a dog person, you might not be familiar with what your new cat will require, especially when it comes to their vaccinations. In fact, you might not even realize that cats need vaccinations. Like dogs, your cat is going to need several regularly scheduled vaccinations, which will provide protection from a variety of diseases. Here's a quick description of some of the diseases your new cat will need protection against. Read More 

Mosquitoes And Dogs Don’t Mix: What You Need To Know About Heartworm

Did you know that a mosquito bite can be potentially deadly for your dog? In fact, just one mosquito bite can transmit heartworm disease to your dog. There are about 70 different types of mosquitoes that carry the heartworm disease. Just one bite can proof fatal for your dogs. While the danger is most prevalent for dogs that live outdoors, even indoor dogs can contract the disease. Take a look at how the disease is spread, and the symptoms you should be aware of. Read More 

When To Vaccinate Your Puppy And Why

When you first bring your puppy home, you may not be aware that you will be paying for more than just food and toys for your new furry buddy. Your pet will also need vaccinations to help protect him and other animals in your area from spreadable diseases. These diseases include lyme disease, parvovirus and rabies. See below for a vaccination schedule for your puppy. Vaccinations DHPP Vaccine. This vaccine is given to your dog at 6-9 weeks old and protects your dog from parvovirus and distemper. Read More