Signs of Heart Disease in Pets

Signs of Heart Disease in Pets

Signs of heart disease are usually easier to see in dogs and less detectable in cats. Schedule an appointment with your veterinarian especially if they fainted, have a persistent cough, difficulty breathing, or noticeable abdominal swelling.  The heart is a pump Think...
Something to Chew On – Pet Dental Facts

Something to Chew On – Pet Dental Facts

Dog Dental Facts Puppies have 28 temporary teeth that erupt at about three to four weeks of age. They have 42 permanent teeth that begin to emerge at about four months. Symptoms of gum disease in dogs include yellow and brown build-up of tartar along the gum line,...
Canine Ear & Eye Care

Canine Ear & Eye Care

Not all breeds of dog require routine trimming of the coat around the eyes and ears, but all should undergo regular inspection and cleaning around these sensitive areas. It will help prevent the development of infections that could seriously damage these vital organs....
16 Tips for Keeping Your Pet Safe This Halloween

16 Tips for Keeping Your Pet Safe This Halloween

7 Halloween Pet Safety Tips from the American Veterinary Medical Association Don’t feed your pets Halloween candy, especially if it contains chocolate or xylitol (a common sugar substitute found in sugar-free candies and gum); Make sure your pet is properly identified...