3 Ways To Keep Your Furry Friend Safe And Healthy In The Great Outdoors

If you've recently decided to share your home with a canine companion, you're probably looking forward to spending many happy years having adventures with your dog. If you enjoy spending time in the outdoors, you've probably chosen an active breed that's suitable for sharing outdoor adventures with. However, the outdoors have certain health and safety hazards for dogs that you should know about. Following are three things you should do to make sure your furry friend stays as safe and healthy as possible when spending time enjoying outdoor pursuits. Read More 

3 Signs Your Dog Is Suffering From An Upset Stomach

If you dog has stopped eating and is acting strangely, you may suspect that they are sick to their stomach. If so, besides vomiting or having diarrhea, look for the following signs that your dog is suffering from an upset stomach. Eats Grass Whenever They Go Outside When your dog is nauseated, they will instinctively know that they need to throw up whatever is in their stomach to hopefully feel better. Read More 

Was Your Dog Attacked By Another Dog? What You Should Do

If you have a dog, one of your biggest fears might be seeing your dog get attacked or injured by another dog. This is a scary and worrisome situation for anyone to deal with. If you are worried about your dog or they have recently been attacked by another dog, it is important to know what you can and should do after the fact to handle the situation. Get to know some of these steps so you can help your dog as much as possible in the aftermath. Read More 

How To Treat & Deal With Rabbit Lice

If your rabbit seems to be itching all the time, there is a good chance that your rabbit is infected with an ectoparasite. This ectoparasite is pet lice, which can be just as irritating for rabbits as it is for humans. Get to the Vet If you suspect that your rabbit has lice, the first thing you need to do is get your pet to the vet. Have your vet diagnose your rabbit with lice. Read More 

3 Ways To Treat Your Cat Kindly After Being Declawed

Being declawed is more than your cat getting their nails trimmed. A cat's claws are actually attached to their tendons and ligaments, which means that being declawed is actually a major surgery for your cat. Keep Your Cat in a Small Space The first thing you need to do is keep your cat in a small space, for about a week to a week and a half. Keeping your cat in a small space will ensure that your cat doesn't do too much exploring while their paws are healing. Read More