Category: Pet Health

Being A Responsible Pet Owner

February is Responsible Pet Owners Month, which means it is a great time to check in on your pet’s overall wellbeing and make sure that you are doing the best by them. There are a few different ways to be a great per owner. Check out these tips to be the best pet parent possible:… Read more »

Benefits of Pet Ownership

Benefits of Pet Ownership

If you are a proud pet owner, chances are you don’t have to be convinced of how great it is to have your beloved companion.  If you need some more reasons to love and appreciate them, here are a few ways that owning a pet improves our quality of life: Keeps you safe If you… Read more »

Summer Pet Care Tips

Summer means plenty of time to play outdoors with your four-legged pal. Many dogs love laying out in the sun soaking up the Vitamin D, but it is important to take safety precautions when bringing your pup outside for summer activities. Here are a few tips for caring for your dog this summer: Fireworks- The… Read more »

Buying Dog Food: 3 Tips for Buying the Right Kind

Hungry Dog Waiting to be Fed

Navigating the world of dog food is tough; with so many choices (wet or dry, premium or normal, less calories or more protein), picking the right kind of food for your dog takes some research. Before you decide which dog food to buy your pup, consider the following! Nutritional needs Like humans, dogs require different… Read more »

Diabetes in Your Pet: Signs, Diet, & Exercise

Dog Looking Owner's Face

Did you know that in the United States, an estimated one in 300 adult dogs and one in 230 cats have diabetes? Fortunately, pets with diabetes can still live long, healthy lives with proper diagnosis, diet, exercise, and treatment. Recognizing the signs of diabetes in your pet Just like with humans, early detection is key… Read more »

Cancer in Your Pets: Signs and Symptoms

Pet Cancer and Symptoms

The worst nightmare is finding out your beloved pet has cancer. Unfortunately, this is a reality that many pet owners face, so it’s best to be prepared by learning the signs and symptoms you should be looking out for. Here are some warning signs of cancer in your pet that you shouldn’t avoid getting checked… Read more »