Healthy Pets2020-05-21T19:20:14+00:00

Healthy Pets

  • Greener Home for Pets

A Cleaner, Greener Home for Your Pets

Find out some ways to make your home cleaner and greener for your pets! Go green! Conservationists everywhere tout the benefits of living a “green” life. Being environmentally responsible is healthier for the planet, for us, and for our pets. Since we want the best for our pets, we should include them in the go green movement. Here are a few ways you can create [...]

  • Cat brushing Teeth

Brushing Teeth in Cats

Are your feline's teeth in need of some tender loving care? Learn how to take care of your cat's smile. When should I brush my cat's teeth? Like us, cats need daily dental care to help decrease plaque and tartar accumulation. Teaching your cat to accept the brushing of his teeth will take some training, but it will be relatively easy once accustomed to the [...]

  • Torn Foot Pads

First Aid for Torn Footpads in Cats

Your feline's footpads are very important. Find out how to take care of them if they get injured. Although lowly in position, your cat’s feet occupy a top spot in importance. How can a cat navigate the world without the support of four healthy tootsies? And the pads on the bottom of those feet are where “the rubber meets the road”! These pads are the thick, [...]

  • Glaucoma in Pets

Recognizing The Early Signs Of Glaucoma In Cats And Dogs

Glaucoma is a complicated series of infections that often result in optical damage. It results in increased production of aqueous humor thus straining drainage of the fluid. The balance between the production of aqueous humor and its drainage is very important when it comes to maintaining intraocular pressure. When this disturbance occurs and the pressure in the pet’s eyes increases, a condition known as [...]

  • Pet Emergency Kit

Pet Emergency Kit

Since you never know when an accident will happen, keeping a pet emergency kit at your home is a good idea. You can put a first aid kit together yourself and buy the items separately, or buy one ready-made. If you make one yourself, use a small plastic tub with a tight fitting lid to store the following items: Important Phone Numbers Veterinary clinic [...]

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