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 

Dog Dental Disease: What To Look For And Dental Cleaning Tips

Puppies have beautiful white teeth and sweet-smelling puppy breath. As puppies grow, so do their teeth, even growing in more teeth, and they lose their puppy breath. If you don't take care of your dog's teeth, their beautiful white teeth can turn brown or even black and their breath can have a foul odor. The discoloration and foul odor of your dog's teeth could indicate a problem such as dental disease. Read More 

How You Can Protect Your Pet From Rabies

Rabies is a disease that is almost always fatal for mammals. Dogs and cats, as well as other animals, are more likely to get rabies because they have a higher risk of getting exposed to other animals who are infected. Fortunately, there are some things you can do to keep your pet from getting rabies.  1. Stay on top of vaccines.  Pets get vaccines just like humans do. If you get your dog from a shelter or from a breeder, the animal most likely already has had a few rounds of routine vaccines, including a vaccination against rabies. Read More 

4 Signs Your Ferret Is Having A Medical Emergency

Ferrets were once considered exotic pets, but they're so widespread now that many non-exotic vets are well-versed in their care. While veternarian familiarity has grown for these lovable members of the weasel family, many ferret owners still aren't up to date on the warning signs that their pet needs medical attention. These four symptoms are indicators of life-threatening problems for a ferret, so visit your local animal hospital immediately if you notice any of them. Read More