Whether you're taking your furry friend on a road trip where you'll be camping under the stars at night or to a luxury vacation at a pet-friendly resort, you're going to want to make sure your pet stays as healthy and happy as possible for the duration of the trip. Naturally, you're going to want to take any prescription or over-the-counter medication that your pet takes on a regular basis. But you should also remember to take along a copy of any prescriptions in case the medication somehow gets lost while you're out of town and it becomes necessary to have it replaced by an emergency veterinary clinic. [Read More]
When Poopy Time Is Loopy Time: How To Figure Out Your Cat's Craziness Before And After His Trips To The Litter Box
While there's a general acceptance that cats often exhibit inexplicable behavior, when your feline is acting funny around the time they feel the urge to poop, it may cause you some concern. After all, potty-time can tell a lot about an individual's health, so it's only natural to wonder if all the odd behavior before and after a stop in the litter box means that anything is wrong. The Behavior You May Be Aghast To Witness [Read More]
Is Your Cat Peeing Everywhere A Sign Of A Health Problem?
Cats sometimes pee in places to be territorial but that can usually be nipped in the bud quite effectively with adequate cleaning products that remove the smell of the urine. Without a smell indicator, most cats will typically stop marking the area. However, if your cat is still continuing to pee outside the litter box, it may indicate that there's something else going on. Here's what you need to know about the diseases it could potentially indicate. [Read More]
How To Tell If A Pet Boarding Facility Is Right For Your Dog
Pet boarding facilities aren't all the same, and neither are dogs. Finding good pet boarding services that are also a nice fit for your dog can require you to do some research. Here are a few ways you can ascertain if a pet boarding facility is right for your dog: Speak to Your Dog's Veterinarian Your vet knows your dog, its temperament, and what kind of care will work best for it. [Read More]