Cats can be victimized by some unique health problems. Today, we’re helping cat owners spot symptoms early by listing the top 10 most common conditions that could affect your cat:
Do you have a pest problem on your property? You need to get rid of it. But getting rid of a pest problem can often expose your pets to danger.
Pest control involves poisons, chemicals, and traps that can affect your cat or dog. Fortunately, modern pest control technology has helped drive pests away while keeping pets safe. Here are some of the best ways to get rid of pests while keeping pets safe.
Do you suspect your cat or dog may have arthritis? It’s a common problem for pets as they get older.
Unfortunately, cats and dogs can’t talk. They can’t tell us when their joints are sore, or where they’re sore. That’s why you, as a responsible pet owner, need to learn how to spot the symptoms of arthritis in your cat or dog.
Today, we’re helping you do exactly that. Here are 5 signs your cat or dog may have arthritis:
Dogs are a different species than humans. Understandably, their bodies process foods differently than our bodies.
You’ve probably heard that you shouldn’t give your dog chocolate. But there are dozens of other things you should never give your dog as well. Here’s your ultimate list of foods and beverages that you should never feed to your dog:
Is your dog drinking too much water? Is your cat not drinking enough water? Many pet owners are clueless when it comes to water consumption. Today, we’re answering all water-related questions about your cats and dogs.
Parvovirus is a devastating canine disease that affects dogs across Australia. The highly contagious disease has led to the untimely deaths of many young dogs.
If one of your dogs has parvovirus, then it’s very easy for other nearby dogs to also contract the disease. However, parvovirus cannot be transmitted from dogs to humans.
With that in mind, we’re telling you everything you need to know about treating and protecting yourself from parvovirus in dogs.
Ah, the annual marquee fireworks in Darling Harbour for New Year’s Eve. There is just something magical about the New Year’s fireworks in Sydney; every year we Ooh and Aah as spectacular colours, lights and sounds light up the Sydney Harbour sky. At least we humans do, but as pet owners would know quite well, our furry (or scaly!) companions may not necessarily share our joy. There is not much we can do to share our enjoyment with our pets, but we can at least help them be a bit more comfortable!
The dreary winter blues are always reliably cleansed by the seasonal remedy of Spring as our closer proximity to the sun affords warmer and longer days. But the brightening of our mood is always accompanied by a hearty sneeze as allergens begin to populate the atmosphere.
Does your dog or cat have tinned food? Dry food? Or do they have what you have? Cats are different to dogs in that they are true carnivores. A dog will survive reasonably well on a diet of almost grains with a bit of meat while this type of diet will kill a cat very quickly. Cats need protein and fat in their diets and will suffer kidney failure if this is not supplied.
Exercising your dog is important to maintaining its physical and mental wellbeing. They are naturally meant to be active animals. But like most domesticated pets, most dogs lay around inside or outside their home. While this might seem kosher, the backyards of most homes are not adequate to meet the level of physical exertion needed for a dog to stay healthy and alert.