Talking With Pet Doctors

  • It's More Than A Bath: 4 Reasons You Need To Take Your Dog To The Groomers

    2 May 2019

    If you have a dog, it should be going to the groomers about once a month. You may think that you can provide all the grooming your dog needs, right at home. Unfortunately, that's not necessarily true. While you can bathe your dog at home, you can't provide the added benefits that a professional groomer can provide for your dog. Here are just four of the reasons why you should take your dog to the groomers about once a month.

  • 3 Ways To Protect Your Pet Inside Your Home During The Winter Time

    20 February 2019

    Hazards exist not just outside for your pet, but also inside for your pet during the winter time. Make sure that you keep your pets safe during the winter by being proactive with protecting them from indoor winter hazards. #1 Secure Space Heaters If you have a ­portable space heaters in your home, you need to make sure that they are secure. You are going to want to secure your space heaters to the ground or wall so that they will not easily tip over.

  • Are You Adopting An Older Dog?

    7 February 2019

    If you have a great deal of experience with dogs, you probably already know everything you need to know about older dogs. however, if this is your first experience in being a dog owner, you might need some pointers. If you adopted an older dog from an animal shelter, that is one lucky and blessed animal. As time goes by, you will probably discover that it is actually you who is the lucky and blessed one.

  • The Most Awful Animal News: What To Do When You Find Out Your Pet Is Terminal

    27 December 2018

    To some, a pet is just an animal, even replaceable if something happens to it, but for most people, pets are family. The most awful news you can hear from a veterinarian is that your pet has a terminal condition and won't be around for much longer. As heartbreaking as this scenario is, you still have decisions to make and to look after yourself as well. Don't Underestimate The Effects Of Losing Your Pet

  • 3 Ways To Ensure Your Horse Is Well Taken Care Of This Fall & Winter

    27 December 2018

    Fall may come in gentle, but by the time it leaves and transitions into winter, it tends to be really cold outside. Make sure that you prepare your horse for this transition to colder weather by prioritizing their health and safety during this time of year. #1 Prepare Their Shelter First, you need to make sure that your horse has adequate shelter. They need shelter that will protect them from the wind, which is what can really make things feel cold for your horse.

  • Keeping Your Pet Safe This Winter: 4 Tips

    22 December 2018

    Winter is here, and although you're bundling up to stay warm, your furry pet only has it's own fur and paw pads to stay warm. Your pets look to you to keep them safe and warm during those cold winter months, and it's your responsibility to take care of your pets to ensure they are kept safe. Read on for tips to keep your pets safe this winter. 1. Limit Salt Being Used

  • How To Care For Your Cat After A Tooth Extraction

    19 December 2018

    Learning that your cat needs to have one or more teeth surgically removed can be tough for pet parents. However, while you might be stressing out about the surgery itself, there's things to consider that go beyond that. For example, you should plan on being prepared to care for your kitty once they come home from their procedure. Here's what you need to know. Stitches Traditionally, surgery meant stitches, and that would usually mean coming back to the surgeon to have them removed.