Getting Accustomed To Giving A Cat A Subcutaneous Fluid Bolus

If your cat is going through kidney disease and your veterinarian has told you that you need to give them subcutaneous fluids, you might be feeling nervous. Although your vet has most likely shown you the proper technique and you know what to do, it can be nerve-wracking to stick a needle into your pet. However, these subcutaneous fluids are a big part of keeping a pet with kidney disease healthy. Read More 

4 Things Chinchilla Owners Need To Know About Ringworm

Ringworm is a fungal skin infection that can affect a wide variety of animals, including dogs, cats, and humans. Your pet chinchilla can also contract this infection. Here are four things chinchilla owners need to know about ringworm. What are the signs of ringworm? If your chinchilla gets ringworm, you'll see scaly, hairless lesions on their body. Typically, these lesions develop on the nose, ears, or feet, but they can develop anywhere. Read More 

Ditch The Doggy Breath Naturally

If your family can be counted among the 37% to 47% of American households that have a dog, you probably understand the unique challenges associated with pet ownership. Sharing your intimate living space with a dog isn't always easy, especially when your four-legged friend has bad breath. Here are three natural remedies you can try at home to help rid your dog of his or her bad breath in the future. Read More 

Introducing A New Cat To Your Old Cat

If you are planning on bringing a new cat into your home, and you have another cat within the household already, you may be worried about how they will get along. There are several steps you can take to make the transition in having a newcomer in the home go a bit smoother than you anticipate. Here are some ways you can get your new and old cats to get along. Read More 

Choosing A Healthy Puppy

If you are going to be getting a new puppy, then you want to make sure you know how to check a puppy out so you are less likely to end up with one that is sick or has other issues that will need to be treated. Do keep in mind, sometimes a puppy won't be symptomatic when you are looking at the litter, but they may become ill after you bring them home. Read More