Veterinarian Care

How often should I take my dog to the vet? What vaccines does he need? What questions should I ask the professional? How do I make sure he behaves well in the waiting room? You can find answers to all of these questions in this section.

How to Deworm Your Bird

Birds are pets that require very simple care. However, you must take the diseases that riddle these animals into account. Another question is whether you should deworm your bird. Healing this condition in birds is much more difficult than in…

Gum Disease and Missing Teeth in Older Dogs

Usually, older dogs lose their teeth due to the normal aging process, although poor hygiene habits are also responsible for gum disease and could speed up the process. Just as with humans, adult dogs are more susceptible to disease. They…

Senior Cat Diseases: What You Need to Know

Similarly to people, our pet’s health begins to deteriorate as they grow older. Therefore, it’s crucial to be prepared and take good care of our best friend accordingly. That’s why in this article we’ll help you learn which are the…

Intestinal Parasites in Puppies and Kittens

Intestinal parasites in puppies and kittens are one of the most common illnesses. This is especially true during the early stages of an animal’s life. Puppies and kittens find themselves in the midst of their development. Cellular activity in their…

Caring For an Orphaned Newborn Kitten

Rescuing a defenseless an orphaned newborn kitten is an act of pure love. However, a lack of proper and specific care can put their health and well-being at risk. Ideally, the mother is the one who should care for her…

Causes of Vomiting in Puppies

Vomiting in puppies is something to pay attention to. Because young dogs are so weak, if they don’t replenish their fluids, then they can get dehydrated. So, whilst you might want to be more cautious and keep an eye on…

What is Feline Filariasis?

Feline filariasis (or heartworm disease) is fairly rare, and not much is known about the disease. This is due to a number of factors. Firstly, cats are not the primary host of heartworms. Plus, they rarely display symptoms, and any…

What Research Says About How Dogs Age

When it comes to how dogs age, we’ve always been told that one human year is basically seven years for dogs. But that rule actually fluctuates a lot. A dog’s breed and size have a major part to play in…