In order to finish off our theme of disaster preparedness, here are top three of the most important things you can do to prepare your pet in case you are separated during evacuation.
Microchips are used as permanent, unalterable forms of identification for …
We’ve heard many concerned cat owners ask the question: “Why does my cat need the vet if he/she doesn’t go outside?” While keeping your cat indoors may reduce the chances of exposure to a wide variety of feline diseases as well as injuries, there are …
Kittens are just as susceptible to illnesses as our human babies are and vaccines are the best way to protect them! If you have recently adopted a little ball of fur, check out this list of important vaccinations every cat should have.
1) FVRCP vaccine: …
All the commotion that happens this time of year can leave your pet overlooked; and as a result, they sometimes get into some serious trouble. Here are things to keep a watchful eye on during your holiday celebrations.
Food left out and about: Do not …
The holiday season may be stressful for us, but it can also bring out anxiety in the calmest of pets. The hectic schedules, endless decorations, and strange party guests can stress your pet out, so use these tips to keep them cool and collected!
Let these adorable cats and dogs get you in the holiday spirit with their photos with St. Nick!
1) Who knew Santa had feline reindeer??
2) “I saw Bailey kissing Santa Claus ♫♪♫”
3) Santa must have designated “chill out” time …