Helping Your Dog With Severe And Extensive Food Allergies: Tips For You

Posted on: 29 December 2015

When you adopt or buy a dog to add as a member of your family, you likely assume that they will safely be able to eat any type of dog food and even table scraps without serious issue. However, if your dog has serious itching problems, has difficulty keeping food down, or has other health issues that indicate to your vet that they have severe food allergies, you may find yourself unsure of what you can do to help them overcome and deal with those allergies. [Read More]

What To Look For When Choosing A Veterinarian For Your Rabbit

Posted on: 12 August 2015

With the addition of a new rabbit to your family, it is up to you to make sure that they receive good medical care throughout their lifetime. Treating them at the first sign of an injury or illness is essential, along with simple checkups each year. Instead of bringing your rabbit into just any vet clinic, you need to consider the unique care they need. In order for your rabbit to be given the quality care you want, take the time to look for veterinarians that are a good match for your pet. [Read More]

Feline Heartworm: A Common Risk Not To Be Ignored

Posted on: 27 July 2015

While cats are not the heartworm's natural host or most common target, heartworm in felines has been found in all 50 states of the United States. Since heartworm can occur in cats, even if not as commonly as it does in dogs, it's important to know the symptoms to look for as well as the required treatments needed to keep your cat healthy. What are Heartworms? The symptoms of heartworms are caused by parasitic, foot long worms that live in the heart, lungs, and related blood vessels. [Read More]

3 Tips for Adopting a Dog That Has a Child-Safe Temperament

Posted on: 22 July 2015

Adopting a dog can be a wonderful way to add a new addition to your family while providing a great home for a pet that is in need of one. However, one thing that you might be worried about is adopting a dog that might not do well with your child. Some dogs that are available for adoption don't have the best of temperaments, but this doesn't mean that you should rule out this option. [Read More]