pets--animals

Dietary Dilemma: Which Food Is Best for Your Cat’s Dental and Renal Health?

According to the American Veterinary Dental College, periodontal disease is the most common health condition to afflict cats and dogs, and chronic kidney disease is a commonly diagnosed disease in older cats. There are a number of contributing factors that set the stage for the development of chronic kidney disease, and periodontal disease is believed to be one of them. The diet that you may have once heard would benefit your cat's dental health, however, may be taxing on their renal health. Read More 

Guidelines For Caring For Your Dog

As a person who is looking to become the best dog owner you can be, you will need to provide yourself the opportunity to provide. A few things you need to provide include medical care, ways to pay for medical care and professional grade training. With this in mind, read on and apply these tips so that you can give your pet what they need to grow, thrive and be at their best. Read More 

Two Tips For New Lizard Owners

Owning a pet can be a highly rewarding experience, but there are many people that may not be particularly attracted to the idea of owning dogs or cats. Whether this is due to personal taste or living somewhere that bans these animals, a pet lizard may be an excellent alternative. While these pets can be low maintenance, it is an unfortunate fact that new lizard owners may make some mistakes when caring for these animals. Read More 

3 Things To Do After Your Cat Has Its Shots

Taking your cat to have its core shots is important if you want to protect it against potential diseases. Although you shouldn't have anything to worry about if you take your cat to a reputable veterinarian for these shots, it's still a good idea to keep an eye on your feline friend in the hours and days afterward. These are a few things that you should do after your cat has its shots if you want to ensure that there aren't any problems. Read More