Older Animals Need Extra Special Care
If you recently brought a cat into your home to join your family, you want to take the necessary steps to keep it healthy. There are times when a trip to a veterinarian is best. Here are instances that require you to contact your local vet for an appointment.
Whenever Your Cat Is Ill
It may be difficult to determine whether your cat is suffering from an illness because your pet will not be able to speak to you to alert you about their symptoms.
Adopting a new dog is a major event in your life, and you will need to be sure that you are prepared for the type of care that the animal will need. Unfortunately, there are some mistakes that new dog owners will often make that could potentially increase the risk of their dog developing problems.
Ineffective Weight Management
Excessive weight can be a common problem for pets. Unfortunately, new pet owners can be very prone to overfeeding their animals, and this can lead to them developing substantial weight gain.
Heatstroke in dogs is a common occurrence in the summer months in certain parts of the country. That doesn't mean it's not a serious threat to your pup's health. It can be life-threatening, which is why you need to know how to reduce the risk, what the steps you need to take if it happens to your furry friend, and what the quickest route to your veterinarian or nearest animal hospital is.
When it comes to bringing a new puppy into the family, you want to make sure that you do everything right. After all, you're responsible for keeping your new puppy happy and healthy. One key factor in keeping your puppy happy and healthy involves the food you'll be providing it with. If you want to keep your puppy truly happy and healthy, you should avoid the table scrap treats. Those tasty little morsels off your plate may seem harmless enough, but they can actually wreak havoc on the health of your new puppy.
Your pet rabbit is a herbivore whose teeth is continuously growing. Nature has equipped them with this ability because of the tough food that wild rabbits eat. However, domestic rabbits depend on us to provide them with the food and care they need to keep their teeth healthy. This often means paying special attention to their teeth to prevent them from becoming overgrown (also known as malocclusion). Here's more about why some rabbit teeth overgrow and what you can do to help your pet keep his or her teeth in good condition.
I have always been an animal-lover, and while my family had cats when I was growing up, after I graduated from college and had my own place, I adopted my first dog. I did a lot of research on dog care before adopting him to help make sure I care for him properly and continue to research pet health tips to this day. Now that he has reached his "golden years," I realize that is is more important than ever to monitor his health. I take him to the veterinarian every year for a wellness check-up and give him a couple of health supplements. I am proud to say that he is in amazing health for his age! I want to help others learn how to care for their pets well, especially senior dogs and cats, so I decided to start a blog to share my pet care tips on!
If you recently brought a cat into your home to jo …
Adopting a new dog is a major event in your life, …
Heatstroke in dogs is a common occurrence in the s …
When it comes to bringing a new puppy into the fam …
Your pet rabbit is a herbivore whose teeth is cont …