Losing a pet is never easy, and making the difficult decision to say goodbye can be one of the hardest moments in a pet owner's life. Many pet owners struggle with the thought of taking their beloved pet to a veterinary clinic for euthanasia, which can often be a stressful and overwhelming experience for both the pet and the owner. This is where at-home pet euthanasia comes into play and offers a more peaceful and intimate experience for both the pet and the owner.
14 September 2023
As a loving and devoted pet owner, it is critical to have access to immediate medical care for your feline or canine friend in the event of an emergency. This is where emergency vets come in, although many people still do not realize that this is an option. Emergency vets are trained to provide critical care to pets in urgent situations, including injuries, illnesses, and other emergencies that require immediate attention.
26 April 2023
Whether you have a female cat, dog, or another animal, they need to be spayed. Spaying does much more than just keep a pet from accidentally reproducing, it provides several other benefits as well. The procedure is best done before a pet is of breeding age or goes into their first heat, and can be taken care of at your local animal spay office. Depending on the breed and species of the pet you bring in, along with other factors, your female pet can even be spayed without incurring a large cost.
6 January 2023
Your local vet offers a lot of different, quite helpful services that keep your pet feeling good and staying healthy for the oncoming twelve months, which is why it is important that you always have at least one appointment with the vet every year. Some pets need a lot more attention than that, but for most, a yearly check-up can be enough for your vet to perform some vital service that reduces the risk of disease and discomfort that your pet might face.
30 September 2022
If you're like most people who've opened your hearts and homes to one or more feline friends, you're probably already aware that veterinary experts recommend keeping cats indoors for the sake of their own health and safety. However, just because you keep your cat indoors doesn't mean that it's automatically safe. The following are three of the perils that may adversely affect an indoor cat. Household Chemicals Cats are extremely unlikely to purposely ingest household chemicals — after all, they're notoriously picky eaters who can be counted on to avoid lapping up bleach, disinfectants, cleaners, and other contents of your cleaning cabinet.
10 March 2021
With the emergence of spring, you are going to see a return of ticks as well. In the spring time, ticks like to come out of hiding and make their presence know. Ticks are not only annoying, they are also carries of numerous diseases, one of the most serious for your pet being Lyme disease. This is why you want to make sure that you are fighting to keep ticks off your pet this spring.
25 March 2018
Whether you painstakingly brush your kitty's teeth everyday or just once in a while, it might surprise you to learn that there's a dental disorder that can strike any cat, regardless of dental hygiene. This problem is called tooth resorption and your kitty could potentially be at risk of developing it. Read on to learn more about this condition, why it happens, and what the treatment is. What It Is
28 December 2017