Vet Care for Dogs, Cats and Many Other Animals

  • Why You Shouldn't Feel Guilty About Having Your Pet Neutered

    22 November 2022

    Pet owners can become highly attached to their beloved animals and it is not that hard to see why. Most animals give back a lot of love and affection if you treat them right, and offer nothing in return but some attention every now and then. When it comes to the issue of whether or not to spay and neuter your pet, many people find the idea quite shocking, but that is before they know all the facts.

  • 3 Key Points About Sugar Gliders

    18 August 2022

    The world of pet care extends far beyond the familiar world of cats and dogs. Many people enjoy keeping exotic pets, including the small, bug-eyed mammals known as sugar gliders. If you'd like to adopt your own sugar glider, take the following three tips to heart so you can give your new friend a happy, healthy life. 1. How to Feed Your Sugar Gliders Sugar gliders get their name from their love of sweet foods such as fruits.

  • Signs Your Dog Is Overweight Or Obese

    23 May 2022

    As a proud dog owner, you want your favorite pet to live a long and happy life. However, many pet owners do not realize that their dog is overweight or even obese, which can lead to several health problems, including diabetes and heart disease. It can be difficult based upon your dog's frame to understand if your dog is a healthy weight. Here are a few signs your dog could be overweight or obese.

  • 5 Things New Cat Owners Need To Know About Hairballs

    9 March 2022

    If you're like most people who have chosen to open your home and heart to a feline friend, you undoubtedly want your cat to enjoy a long, happy life. You've probably made a commitment to providing your pet with good veterinary care, a healthy diet, and plenty of petting and attention. You've probably heard of feline-specific issues such as hairballs, but you may not be quite sure what they are and whether there's anything to be concerned about if your cat develops them.