It's hard when a person has diabetes and must inject insulin and watch their blood sugar levels, but dealing with a cat's diabetes can be difficult too. Once your vet has diagnosed your cat's illness and taught you how to treat it with monitoring and injections, there are still other things you should be doing to make the situation better. These three pointers can help. Have Additional Medication and Supplies Ready
24 March 2017
If you own pets, there is no doubt that at some point, you are going to have to spend a large amount of money on their care. It may need a surgical procedure, a series of expensive medications, or even expensive boarding fees if you have to suddenly leave town. It is important to have money on hand to pay for these expenses, but they do often come up suddenly. The following are some things you can do ahead of time or at the time of need that can help you offset your costs.
27 May 2016
If your dog's breath has started smelling a bit funky, it might be time for some dental care. Like humans, poor dental hygiene in dogs can lead to cavities, gum disease and halitosis – bad breath. To provide proper dental hygiene, you should take your dog to the veterinarian at least twice a year for a thorough cleaning. In addition, here are some steps you can take at home to protect your dog's teeth and keep the bad breath at bay.
27 May 2016
Summer season in most parts of the country also means that it is tick season. Although your dog can pick up ticks any time of the year, ticks thrive in warm weather. Ticks can spread many different diseases to your dog, which is why you want to try your best to keep ticks off your dog in the first place. Here are your four best options for keeping ticks off your dogs this summer and throughout the year.
31 July 2015