When the seasons change and the temperature drops, we instinctively start to choose warmer clothes like sweaters, scarves, and boots to protect ourselves against the elements. We can also choose to use extra blankets and our home’s heating systems to make sure that we don’t become uncomfortable or sick from being too cold. But, what about our pets? Our animals can feel the cold just as easily as we can, so it’s essential to take steps to prepare them too – particularly since they can’t talk to tell us that they are too cold.
Every season presents some new challenges when it comes to taking care of our pets and fall is no different. Get yourself and your pet ready to enjoy this colorful time of year with these fall pet safety tips.
Without proper dental care, your pet's poor oral health can have a negative impact on his or her health and wellness. Over time plaque builds up leading to gingivitis. This may cause your dog’s gums to bleed easily, and if left untreated, it may lead to periodontitis. Read our reasons why you should get your dog’s teeth professionally cleaned.
Getting a puppy is an exciting time, but there is a lot to think about. Things like what your puppy will eat and where they will sleep will be fairly obvious priorities, and your vet is on hand to give you all of the advice and support that you need.
For ages, pets such as dogs have been man’s best friend. Their popularity with most human beings is largely because of their ability to lower people’s anxiety and stress levels.