Protecting Your Cat's Canines: How To Improve Your Pet's Dental Health

Posted on: 16 January 2017

Are you taking proper care of your pet's teeth? Cats actually frequently need more dental care than dogs, for two reasons. Cats can live very long: a well cared for cat can live two decades or more. This leads to tooth issues over time. Additionally, cats tend to hide their pain; if they are having tooth issues, they won't show it until the problem has gotten severe. Because of these two combined issues, it becomes very important for you to be proactive about your cat's dental care. [Read More]

Three Important Things To Research Before Keeping A Pet Lizard

Posted on: 13 April 2016

Lizards can make great pets for who those have done the research and know how to properly take care of them. It's important to realize that lizards thrive in a natural environment that's quite different from the environment inside a pet owner's home. However, by researching and investing in the proper equipment, you can keep a pet lizard safe and healthy. Before you bring your new pet lizard home, you should put some time into researching the following three subjects to ensure that both you and your new pet will be safe in your home: [Read More]

Signs That Your Pet Needs Medical Care

Posted on: 21 March 2016

To take the best care of your pet, you need to be sensitive to the signs that indicate he needs medical care. Above and beyond regular veterinarian health checkups, at a place like Spring Hill Veterinary Clinic, there are times when your pet should be brought in for special treatment. Here are common signs to watch for. 1. His eating habits have changed. You typically know how often and how much your pet usually eats. [Read More]

Three Actions That Will Help Reunite You With Your Dog If It Gets Lost

Posted on: 18 March 2016

If you are a proud new dog owner, you're no doubt looking forward to sharing many years with your pet. However, those years could be cut short if your dog gets lost and can't be reunited with you. Instead of risking that, take these three actions to give you and your pet the best chances of being reunited should the dog become lost. Add a Microchip -- and Register It [Read More]