It is important for paw parents to know when it’s time to act quickly, as vomiting can be a small sign that something serious is going on. There are two types of vomiting that will help your vet in determining the underlying cause(s) of the vomit and how best to treat the issue.
The main reason paw parents bring their pets into the vet? Pyoderma. Pyoderma can be defined as a bacterial infection of the skin. It’s a very common condition amongst dogs and cats.
Water therapy is quickly becoming popular in the animal world. Hydrotherapy is a form of physical rehabilitation therapy that uses the water’s properties to assist dogs with recovery and exercise.
Many experts are saying that green lipped mussels might hold promise for supporting healthy bone and joint function and may possibly even help occasional joint pain and discomfort in dogs.
One of these unpredictable health concerns could easily result from your cat experience an allergy attack or allergic reaction. So it is imperative to know what to do if and when such an allergic reaction happens.
Over the last year, we’ve spent more time at home - doing everything. Not only has this changed our dynamic with our housemates, but also our pet mates. How will our dogs respond to us being gone for those long hours again?
Most likely, you’ve heard about the latest wellness product in the world of holistic veterinary medicine: CBD for pets. With little to no side effects and a general safety profile, CBD may be a therapeutic option for your canine’s health, happiness, and well-being.
Obesity is a major health concern when it comes to our furry friends and their well-being. Even though you may think your little, somewhat chunky, pup is adorable, managing and controlling their weight is a key part of being a responsible paw parent.