Three Great Reasons To Spay Your Female Cat

If you have a female cat, it's essential that you make an appointment with your vet to have her spayed as soon as possible. The obvious reason for this is so you can avoid having litter after litter of kittens. But there are many other good reasons to spay your female cat, too. Here's a closer look. Reduced Risk of Cancer Female cats have an increasing risk of reproductive cancers, such as uterine and ovarian cancers, as they age. [Read More]

Time To Prepare For Summer: 4 Ways To Protect Your Dog From The Heat

With the hottest days of the summer still ahead, it's time to start devising new ways to keep your dog cool. Even a normal romp around the back yard can leave your dog feeling the effects of the hot temperatures. Spending the entire day outside unprotected – or even just a few hours – can spell disaster for your pet.  Don't worry though. The tips provided here will help you keep your dog cool and comfortable this summer. [Read More]

Emergency Veterinarian Situations For Dog Owners

Your dog is like one of the family, and you always make sure that they are well taken care of. One aspect of caring for your dog is always making sure that he or she gets the very best medical attention possible. It is safe to say that you have kept up with shots and that you even got your dog neutered or spayed when the time was right. However, it can be very important that you know when to take your dog into an emergency veterinarian's office. [Read More]

Backyard Dangers To Your Dog And How To Avoid Them

Your dog likely spends a lot of time in the backyard. It's a place for your dog to relax with only minimal supervision so that he doesn't have to be cooped up all day. It's important that you are aware of some of the hidden dangers lurking in your backyard, though, so that no harm befalls your beloved pet. #1: The water dish As a responsible pet owner you are probably aware that you need to provide water for your dog when he is outdoors at all times. [Read More]