Monthly Archives: February 2018

What You Need to Know Before Adopting an Abused Pet

2018-02-24T16:42:09+00:00

You have decided to bring a new furry companion into your home. But, you did not select just any furry friend but one that has been abused—emotionally, physically, or both. You want to give this animal a loving home environment. This is an admirable decision. Many animals are just laying around the shelters, hoping more

What You Need to Know Before Adopting an Abused Pet2018-02-24T16:42:09+00:00

Do Purebred Dogs Really Have More Health Issues?

2018-02-18T02:08:19+00:00

Like many things in society today, pets are often purchased because their specific breed is the current trend.  Maybe the breed won first place in the latest dog show.  Or, a favorite celebrity has a pet that is unique.  Whatever the reasons, people can’t seem to resist owning one of those furry little critters.  Often,

Do Purebred Dogs Really Have More Health Issues?2018-02-18T02:08:19+00:00

Understanding Chemotherapy Options for Pets with Cancer

2018-02-07T19:09:32+00:00

The word “cancer” is likely to trigger a slew of unpleasant reactions, deepening in unpleasantness as the term comes closer to describing your loved one’s current health diagnosis. Whether your loved one is a person or a pet, the options for treating cancer can seem overwhelming, especially when the other scary “c” word, “chemotherapy,” is

Understanding Chemotherapy Options for Pets with Cancer2018-02-07T19:09:32+00:00

Guide to Bladder Health in Pets

2018-02-02T16:52:15+00:00

Whether you are a dog lover, a cat lover, or an equal-animal opportunist, you want to make sure your pet is in good urinary health. Just as you might experience bladder and urinary discomfort and call your doctor immediately, you want to do the same with your pet. The key is recognizing the signs of

Guide to Bladder Health in Pets2018-02-02T16:52:15+00:00