Think cataracts only happen to people? Your cat could also develop this eye problem.Read more
Cats and dogs are amazing pets to have, but you may be considering something a little more...exotic. Exotic pets may not be as popular as other animals that you are used to seeing as part of a family’s household, but they can be just as fun, rewarding, and easy to form bonds with!
Birds, for example, are highly intelligent animals that can be taught to or vocalize. Turtles, if provided the proper habitat and dietary requirements, can be another great addition to your home with their unique personalities. Reptiles are quiet, low-maintenance, scaly friends that can also offer you companionship without all the hassle. Read more below to discover what type of care each of these animals needs and if they’re right for you.
November Newsletter: What Causes Cataracts in Cats and How Are They Treated?
November Newsletter: How to Celebrate National Senior Pet Month
Don't have plans for National Senior Pet Month yet? Try these suggestions.Read more
October Newsletter: The Importance of Daily Dog Walks
This simple form of exercise could make your dog one happy pup.Read more
October Newsletter: How to Care for Your Pets When They Are Teething
Wondering what you can do to help your teething pet?Read more
September Newsletter: The Importance of Core Vaccines for Dogs
Could core vaccines help your dog avoid serious illness or death?Read more
September Newsletter: Dry Food vs. Wet Food: Which is Better for Your Cat?
Should you buy dry food for your cat or is wet food better?Read more
Does Your Cat Have a Grooming Problem?
Noticed a sudden change in your cat's grooming habits? Over- or under-grooming can be a sign of trouble.Read more
August Newsletter: How Spaying or Neutering Your Pet Can Prevent Health Problems
Do you know how spaying and neutering can protect your pet's health?Read more
August Newsletter: How Your Veterinarian Can Help with Pet Separation Anxiety
Does your pet hate being alone? A visit to the veterinarian could help.Read more
July Newsletter: The Benefits of Daycare Services for Your Pet
Is daycare right for your pet?Read more
July Newsletter: Do Pocket Pets Need Regular Exams?
How often should you take your pocket pet to the veterinarian?Read more
June Newsletter: How X-Rays Can Help Detect Early Stages of Dental Diseases
Could X-rays protect your pet oral health?Read more
June Newsletter: How Often Should Cats Be Vaccinated?
Do you know how often your cat needs to visit the veterinarian for vaccinations?Read more
May Newsletter: How to Keep Your Cat at a Healthy Weight
Do you know how to help you cat maintain the ideal weight?Read more
May Newsletter: Pets Have Allergies too!
Wondering why your pet is constantly scratching, biting or licking its skin?Read more
April Newsletter: Tips on Keeping Your Cat Calm through the Night
Is your cat disturbing your sleep? Check out help your kitty stay calm.Read more