Keeping your pets safe from the loud noises of fireworks, not only on the 4th of July, but leading up to the 4th is important to your their safety and well being. Even if your pet is in a normally protected area such as a kennel, a crate or in your house, the noises […]
Some pets will do anything for a good cup of tea. Thank you to our Instagram friend, Kara, also known as @KodakCowgirl66 for sharing. If her cat thinks her sweet tea is good, you should try her chocolate buttermilk pie.
Thank you to the Canyon County Animal Shelter and newparentingguide.com website for this excerpt from the Premier edition Whiskers & Wags Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. One in 10 humans is left-handed, but in the animal world this is more common. Find out if your cat is a lefty. Use this quick and easy […]
In this article I would like to address the very common problem of dental disease in pets. Some form of dental disease is present in over 80 percent of my patients. It ranges from mild gingivitis to severe periodontal disease.
Dental disease is a leading cause of illness in dogs and cats either directly by causing pain or indirectly by providing a constant source of bacterial infection to the body. Infection resulting from the bacteria that gains entrance to the bloodstream is directly responsible for some types of heart and kidney disease. We all know how painful a toothache can be; imagine having disease around almost all of your teeth.