Celebrating the upcoming New Year isn’t complete without the fireworks. While we humans enjoy its multicolored sparks and the astonishing sounds they make, our pets sadly don’t feel the same. Since our pets’ hearing range […]
A cat flaunting her shiny and thick fur with pride is a sight every cat lover appreciates. It is comforting to know that our cat’s shiny coat is a sign of good health and happiness. But, did you know there is more to the […]
ebruary is the season of love and it is not just about the romantic and mushy relationship between two people. It is also about strengthening bonds between family, friends, and of course, our loving household pets.
new year has just started and while the rest of the world is busy making resolutions, our Chinese friends from all over the world are busy preparing for their New Year. The Chinese New Year is usually celebrated during the day of the New Moon. In 2018, that would land on February 16, Friday. Additionally, this coming Chinese New Year is special to all dogs because 2018 is the Year of the Dog.
Whether you are new to a town or have just gotten yourself a furry companion, the next thing you ought to do is to find your four-legged friend a credible Veterinarian – the second imperative […]
I want you to think about your favorite food for a moment. Mine is French toast. Now imagine sitting down to a meal of your favorite food. Think about having that favorite meal at […]
If you get on the internet and search for the best food for your cat, you may feel overwhelmed with the information and choices available. Pet owners today have hundreds of choices when it comes […]
Dogs can develop hot spots for many reasons, but the most common reasons are seasonal or topical allergies, food allergies or a food intolerance. Hot spots are red, open wounds that often become infected and are made worse by your dog licking and chewing on them. A change in diet can often dramatically reduce the recurrence of hot spots or even eliminate them altogether.