Do You Have A Pet Emergency?

Whether your local animal hospital features emergency services or you know of an emergency pet care facility in your area, it's important to know when you have a pet emergency or you can have your pet wait until the nearest appointment to be seen by an animal doctor. When in doubt of your pet's situation, seek emergency pet care immediately or call your local animal hospital for assistance. Here are signs you have a pet emergency. [Read More]

Pet Wellness Tips to Keep Your Dog Healthy

Your dog's health is very important. if he isn't healthy, his life could be in jeopardy. It's your job to keep your dog healthy and happy, in order to lengthen his life and to ensure it is a life without pain, disease, or illness. There are a few things you should be doing in order to keep up with your dog's health and wellness. Read on for a few helpful tips to keep your dog healthy. [Read More]

Your Older Cat And Dementia: What You Should Know

Cats are unique and interesting creatures. And oftentimes, people forget that cats can have many ailments that people have, including dementia. Older cats can develop cognitive dysfunction which is also commonly referred to as dementia. This issue can often sneak up on a cat owner, and not be noticeable until the symptoms are quite pronounced. However, it is important to learn about some of the symptoms and signs of dementia in cats as well as what you should do in the case you believe your cat might be suffering from dementia. [Read More]

Signs Your Pet Bird Needs To See The Veterinarian

Because birds are not as common as cats and dogs as pets, many owners are not quite as aware of their health and care needs. However, birds can develop health problems just like any other animal, and many of these health problems do require veterinary care. Here are some signs that your flying friend needs to see the vet. Changes in Droppings Birds who eat a lot of seeds tend to have green feces, and those that eat pelleted diets tend to have brown feces. [Read More]