Monthly Archives: November 2016

Doggy Dreams: 5 Things You’ve Always Wanted to Know

2016-11-28T02:02:41+00:00

Have you ever watched in curiosity as your sleeping dog suddenly begins moving his legs or tail, whimpering, barking or participating in some other odd behavior? Dog owners, veterinarians and scientists alike have long believed that dogs dream while they sleep--and many have even speculated on what these dreams may be about.  Studies have indicated

Doggy Dreams: 5 Things You’ve Always Wanted to Know2016-11-28T02:02:41+00:00

5 Medical Conditions That Lead to Pet Misbehavior

2016-11-21T17:56:10+00:00

Pet owners who form deep, loving bonds with their pets become very familiar with their pet’s usual behavior patterns.  In fact, they may become so comfortable with these patterns that they will confidently assert things like, “My dog never bites!”   It can, therefore, be incredibly shocking when a pet misbehaves.  Fortunately, such an undesirable misbehavior

5 Medical Conditions That Lead to Pet Misbehavior2016-11-21T17:56:10+00:00

How to Navigate the Aging Process in a Senior Pet

2016-11-14T13:28:16+00:00

It can be difficult to cope with the aging of a beloved pet, especially when it’s a constant reminder that our pets simply don’t live as long as we do.  A lack of understanding can drive owners to consider that their senior pet’s aging process is like a disease, when actually it is simply a

How to Navigate the Aging Process in a Senior Pet2016-11-14T13:28:16+00:00

National Pet Diabetes Month: Is Your Pet at Risk

2016-11-08T16:37:36+00:00

November is widely recognized as National Pet Diabetes Month, a time when the general public can become more educated about this common endocrine disease.  While it was initially established with a focus on human diabetes, National Pet Diabetes Month is also a time when pet owners can learn more about diabetes mellitus, a disease that

National Pet Diabetes Month: Is Your Pet at Risk2016-11-08T16:37:36+00:00