The Top Three Types Of Questions You Should Ask Your Vet About Your Pet

As a pet owner, it is very important that you take your beloved animal or animals to the local veterinarian on regular occasions for general check-ups. After all, unless you have any experience in animal healthcare, it can be quite hard to treat any symptoms your pets might have, let alone identify more subtle or insidious problems. Veterinarians are a great resource as they can help provide treatment and come up with lifestyle changes to make your pet happier. Read More 

Why Does Your Pet Need A Wellness Routine?

Everyone would likely agree that a thoughtful and consistent wellness routine is ideal for humans. However, your dogs and cats can also benefit from a wellness routine as well. It is so healthy to have a wellness plan for your pet to keep them healthy and prevent disease. A wellness routine approved by your veterinarian can change as your pet gets older. The following are some things you should have in your dog or cat's wellness plan to make sure they remain in optimal health: Read More 

Breast Cancer In Dogs: Should You Spay Your Pet?

If your puppy comes from dogs with a strong history of canine breast cancer, you may wonder if there's anything you can do to protect your pet from the disease. Canine breast cancer can devastate the lives of dogs and their owners. One of the ways to protect female dogs from canine breast cancer is spaying. Learn more about canine breast cancer and how spaying your puppy now can protect its life for years to come. Read More 

Your Puppy’s First Vet Visit: What To Expect

If you have recently adopted a dog, one of the first things that you'll want to do is to reach out to your local veterinarian to schedule a puppy wellness visit. This first veterinary visit is an important one, and it helps to set the stage for all of your puppy's future veterinary care throughout its adult dog life. Here's a look at some of the things that you can expect from that first puppy wellness veterinary visit to help you be prepared. Read More 

3 Reasons To Begin Pet Dental Care After Adopting A Kitten

As a new cat owner, there may be a lot on your mind regarding their care and keeping them healthy. While some care may seem more immediate to address than others, you should prioritize dental care.  If your kitten is under 11 weeks, they likely have all their baby teeth, or they have just begun to fall out. You'll need to see what steps to take to ensure they will have healthy gums and teeth as they mature so you can forgo the need for extractions via oral surgery. Read More