When Your Pet Doesn’t Have A Heartbeat

If your pet doesn't have a heartbeat, the first thing you need to do is check their airway to make sure that it is not blocked, and start rescue breathing. After you do that, you can attend to the issue of their heart. Lay Your Pet On Their Side The first thing you need to do is position your pet's body correctly, so you can help them out. Lay your pet on its right side, and make sure that your pet is lying on a firm surface. Read More 

4 Ways To Take Care Of Your Dog In The Winter

If you like somewhere that experiences seasonal changes in the winter, you are going to need to change up your routine with your dog. You don't want to let your dog out for long periods of time when its super cold outside, make sure to protect your dog from your heaters, provide your dog with a cozy bed and help your dog fight back against dry skin. Be Mindful of the Outside Temperature Read More 

Troubleshooting Feline Vomiting

Like any creature, if your cat is experiencing vomiting, it's undoubtedly a sign that there's a health problem going on. However, determining whether it's something like a minor one-time stomach upset or something more serious can be difficult for the average pet parent. If you're baffled by your cat's stomach problems, give this checklist a look to try and track down the cause. Hairballs Hairballs are a frequent problem for many cats. Read More 

Diarrhea In Dogs: What You Need To Know

When you dog starts having diarrhea, you may think that it is the most uncommon thing in the world. However, it is actually very common for dogs to have diarrhea because of their scavenging behavior. Think of the things that they put in their mouth! Of course, at the same time, the diarrhea can be caused by something more serious, which is why you need to watch your canine very closely. Read More 

How To Protect Your Dog’s Paws All Year Long

Many dog owners assume that, because dogs don't wear protective footwear, their feet are invulnerable to extreme temperatures and other safety concerns. However, dogs can suffer from the same types of injuries as humans but are not as cognizant of the potential hazards to their foot health. This places the responsibility on the owners to be mindful of possible threats before allowing their dogs to venture outdoors. What Are the Risks to Dogs' Paws During the Winter Season? Read More