Aside from taking care of your pet’s physical health, you also need to look after their dental health. This February, we celebrate National Pet Dental Health Month, so it's only fitting to start learning these simple dental health tips for your beloved pet:
It's winter once again. The snow is falling everywhere, limiting your
every move. Don't worry! There are several things you can do to continue doing
what you love, including taking care of your beloved pets.
To help you get started, below are several winter tips for pet owners like you. Keep these in
mind, and you will undoubtedly be able to make the most of this winter season.
Your pet is used to car trips to
and from the veterinarian but going on a long road trip or plane trip is an
entirely different story. In fact, some say that traveling with your pet can be
like traveling with a child because you need to prepare well to avoid any
hassles along the way. Here are five simple tips to help you get started:
Cold stress is a
syndrome that happens when the body can no longer maintain its usual
temperature. Severe injuries with lasting tissue damage or death are possible
outcomes. If cold weather can cause serious issues to humans, imagine how
severe of a threat it can be to our pets. As pet owners, we might know the
risks of warm temperatures and leaving our pets in hot cars. But there needs to
be more information
about how the winters also pose severe threats to your pets' health.