How To Take Care Of Your Pet This Summer

If you have a pet, you know how much love, care, and attention he needs year-round. However, during the summertime, your pet requires even more attention and care to ensure he remains healthy and safe. To ensure this happens with the increased humidity levels and temperatures, here are a few things to keep in mind over the summer. Hydration Some people do not realize it, but animals sweat. Due to the increased temperatures, your pet is going to start sweating more. Read More 

Signs Of An Ear Infection In Your Dog

Dogs, particularly those breeds with larger, floppier ears, can be prone to ear infections. No matter how well you take care of your dog or how clean you try to keep them, sometimes ear infections just happen. It is important to know the signs that your dog might have an ear infection and what you can and should do if they do have one. That way, you can be sure that you are doing everything you can to take care of their ear health now and in the future. Read More 

How To Help Protect Your Cat From The Coronavirus

As you may have heard, it's been discovered that cats can contract the COVID-19 coronavirus that's currently causing a pandemic across the planet. While you yourself should be taking steps to protect yourself from this disease, you may also want to do something to help protect your cat. Here are some ways to do just that. Make Sure Your Cat Is Vaccinated There currently isn't a vaccination for the coronavirus for cats or humans, but that doesn't mean that you can't get your cat's other shots up-to-date. Read More 

4 Ways To Take Care Of Your Dog’s Teeth

Part of owning a dog means taking proper care of all their health needs, including their oral health. Once you have the right knowledge, it is relatively easy to handle this task. Tip #1: Use Dry Food First, if you want to take good care of your dog's teeth, you need to make sure you are feeding them the right food. In general, dry dog food is better than soft dog food. Read More 

What to Do When Your Pet Needs Emergency Care

If you have a pet, you likely schedule regular veterinarian appointments. But what happens if your pet is sick or injured when the clinic is closed? Finding an emergency veterinarian or a pet hospital that is open after hours is your best option if you need help after the vet is closed. Understanding More About Pet Hospitals To people that don't have pets, the idea of an emergency pet hospital might seem strange, but animals can have severe emergencies, and they deserve the same care as people do. Read More