Each year, about 400 to 500 cases of rabies are reported in domestic pets like cats, dogs, and ferrets. Rabies isn’t particularly common in dogs or other animals in the United States, because it is 100% preventable with vaccination. Continue reading How to Spot Rabies In Your Pets
Feline Immunodeficiency Virus is the most common and consequential infectious disease in cats around the world. It can go undetected for years before it presents issues in your furry friend. There is currently no cure for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus but studies show that cats can live a commonly average life span. Continue reading Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV)
A new puppy can be exciting! You are inviting a new family member into your home. With your new pup, comes responsibilities, and making sure you are feeding them adequately should be a top priority. Continue reading The Importance of Feeding Your New Puppy
Summer is here and with temperatures reaching triple digits for consecutive days means surface temperatures are HOT! With scorched surface temperatures it is important to be smart with your pets safety to avoid overheating. Continue reading Dangers of Leaving Your Dog in The Bed of the Truck in the Summer
It’s a hot day and you are cutting up some watermelon for yourself and decide to give your dog a taste. Seems easy and harmless! For majority of fruits it is! However, it is important to be aware what fruits your dog can eat and what fruits they can not eat! Continue reading Safe Fruit Snacks For Your Pup
November 17 is National Take a Hike Day! The majority of dogs, regardless of size, make great companions on a hike—if they are physically fit for the level of hiking that you plan to do, if they are obedient, if they are socialized among people and other dogs, and if the weather is not too hot. Hiking with your dogs takes more thought and preparation than simply starting up a trail. Therefore, we have put together essential information on hiking with your dog.