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3 Tips For Your Cat’s First Trip To The Veterinarian Or Animal Hospital

Taking a kitten or cat home for the first time is a heartwarming experience. But there's nothing very nice about introducing your new kitty to the veterinarian, at least from the cat's perspective. The vet's office or an animal hospital can be an incredibly stressful place for any pet, but even moreso for a cat that has never made the trip before. Here are three tips to keep in mind to help you and your cat survive the first trip to the veterinarian. Read More 

Why Cat Boarding Is Often Better Than A Cat Sitter

You may want the personalized experience of having someone come to care for your cat. A cat sitter will give your cat personal attention while you are away and your cat will be allowed to remain in surroundings that it is familiar with. However, there are still some reasons for why it may be a better idea to put your cat in a cat boarding facility. Cat Boarding Is Cat-Friendly Read More 

Three Things Dog Owners Need To Know About Whipworms

Intestinal parasites are a big problem for dogs. You may already know that your dog could get tapeworms, but tapeworms aren't the only worm of concern to dogs. Dogs are also at risk of whipworms. Here are three things dog owners need to know about whipworms. What are the signs of whipworms? Whipworms are thin worms that look like threads. These worms live in your dog's large intestine, and they may be expelled in their feces. Read More 

Are Those Flakes Of Skin… Moving? A Guide To Walking Dandruff In Cats

Flakes of skin are yucky enough as it is. When you look at your cat and see what appear to be pieces of loose skin moving or wiggling, that can be downright creepy! If you're having this issue, rest assured that your cat is not possessed, and you're not dreaming. Rather, your cat is suffering from an infestation with a specific type of mite called Cheyletiella. The condition is often known as " Read More 

3 Nutritional Supplements You May Eventually Need For Your Aging Beagle Hound

Beagle hounds are a naturally popular dog breed choice for several reasons—one of which is the fact that they are generally healthy dogs, even well beyond their youthful years. However, as your prized pooch starts to get a little grey around the collar, you can start to see some signs of health issues come up. While most of these problems are fairly mild, it is a good idea to know what you can do to help your older dog feel better. Read More