Protect Your Dog From The Dangers Of Bloating
26 January 2016
As a human, bloating is often nothing more than a simple nuisance that will fix itself. In dogs the opposite is true. Bloating is an indication that the dog's abdominal area has filled with gas. This in turn puts pressure on the diaphragm, making simple tasks like turning or even breathing, harder. In extreme cases, bloat can even cause the stomach to rotate, putting the dog into a state of shock and causing a sudden death.
How To Recognize A Cat's Normal Versus Abnormal Side Effects After A Vaccine
20 January 2016
If you're preparing to take your cat in for their first vaccinations, you should know that there may be some mild side effects. Cats, like people, sometimes feel a little under the weather after being given a vaccination. However, it's important to be able to discern the difference between normal, mild side effects and abnormal side effects that may be serious warning signs. This guide will easily explain the difference between the two, and what you should do if your cat is experiencing the latter.
The Do's And Don'ts Of Leaving Your Cat At A Pet Boarding Facility
7 January 2016
Leaving your kitty behind is never an easy thing, but no matter how much Ms. or Mr. Whiskers wants to be in control of every situation, there will be times when your pet just cannot stay at home alone. Thankfully, there are many cat boarding facilities that offer kitty daycare for owners who need help, but before you drop off your feline for extended stay, there are a few do's and don'ts to make the experience as stress-free as possible for your cat.
Getting Your First Dog: Tips For Easing A Pup Into Apartment Life
5 October 2015
If you're getting ready to move into your first apartment, you might be considering the benefits of having a dog to keep you company. Whether you've got your eye on those pitbulls for sale down the road or you're thinking about adoption, there are a few things you need to consider. Here are some tips to ease your pup's transition into a new home.
Don't Limit Yourself to Small Breeds