September 30, 2020
No pet owner wants to see their animal suffering and in pain. Unfortunately, the obvious verbal communication barrier between us and our pets means that it isn’t always easy to tell when they are experiencing discomfort or pain.
August 27, 2020
Summer is here, and with is comes the promise of lots of fun for all the family, including our pets. However, the warmer weather also brings with it some unique pet ownership challenges, particularly when it comes to the safety and wellbeing of your adorable animal.
July 27, 2020
Dog owners love taking their dogs out for a walk especially in the warm summer weather. During the summer break, people have more time on their hands to enjoy with their pets. Before you take your dog out for a few hours, remember that the hot summer pavements burn your dog’s paws.
June 18, 2020
Animals are naturally inquisitive, and this includes being very interested in any other creatures that they may come across, including snakes. Unlike us, our pets don’t see snakes as potentially dangerous and won’t realize that they could cause them harm.
May 31, 2020
Most caring and responsible dog owners make sure to give their canine pals at least one good walk a day. This is because walking your dog regularly is far more than just an opportunity for them to do their bathroom business outside of the boundaries of your property.
April 30, 2020
The heat of the summer months can be uncomfortable. Sometimes, it could even be dangerous not just for you but for your pets too. The number of dogs and cats visiting their vets during the warmer months of the year increases due to heatstroke. This condition is a common health problem that all pet owners should know about. Unfortunately, a lot of dog and cat parents do not even realize that their pets can overheat when the temperature soars. Worse, they only seek help at the eleventh hour.
March 26, 2020
Pet poisoning is sadly a very common occurrence. The U.S. Humane Society estimates that as many as 10,000 cats or dogs die each year as a result of ingesting a toxic substance. One of the main reasons for this is that many owners aren’t fully aware of which things could be harmful to their pets, nor do they necessarily recognize the signs that their pet may have ingested something poisonous and needs medical help.
February 28, 2020
If a dog won’t stop shaking, it may be easy to assume that they are cold, particularly during the winter months. However, dogs actually tremble for many different reasons. The key to getting your dog to stop shaking is to identify the underlying cause and arrange for rectifying treatment. Here are five of the most common reasons for dogs to shake and what you can do to help.