Health

Pet Heart Health and Heartworms

Pet Heart Health and Heartworms

Pet owners should be aware of the signs and symptoms of heart disease so that they can provide their pet with the best possible care. more
Cat Tooth Care

Why Care For Your Cat’s Teeth?

Many of us don't realize that dental health care is a very important part of their overall health. The brown build-up you see on their teeth, red gums and stinky breath is not a normal part of being a cat or dog, it's actually detrimental to their overall well-being. Our goal during Dental Health Month is to bring awareness to the importance of dental care for all of our pets. more
Pet Garden Safety

Springtime Gardening and Pet Safety

Spring is the season for being outdoors. For many that mean slipping on their rubber boots and gloves, grabbing their shovel, and planting seeds in the hope of an ample garden in the near future. While preparing your plot, it's important to take steps to ensure that it's safe for your pets to enjoy as well. more
Table Scraps

Should You Scrap the Table Scraps?

As winter break comes to a close, numerous students find themselves back at home with a fridge full of leftovers. For many pet owners, this means a few less trips to the store for pet food. While sharing lunch with your four-legged friend is possible, owners should realize that your pet has particular dietary restrictions it must follow to guarantee that it stays happy and healthy. more
Hypertension

Matters of the Heart: Hypertension

One out of every three adults has high blood pressure or hypertension. As with humans, this health problem is seen in cats and dogs.Primary hypertension occurs...more
Plants Toxic to Cats

Which Holiday Plants are Toxic to Cats?

Many people are decorating their homes for the holidays, but pet owners should be aware that some plants used for holiday decorating can be dangerous to cats...more
Feline Hyperthyroidism

Feline Hyperthyroidism: Symptoms and Treatments

This common disease is caused by an overproduction of thyroid hormones, called T3 and T4, due to dysfunction of the thyroid glands in the cat’s neck. There are...more
Enrichment for Cats

Bored Cat?

1. Leaving a trail of treats that lead to a hidden reward, such as a piece of chicken 2. Hanging a few unreachable mobiles around the home 3. Placing a few...more
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11 People Foods for Cats

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True Carnivores

True Carnivores

The first and most crucial ingredient in maintaining your cat’s well-being is, of course, her diet. To that end, you must give her the best food you can, in...more

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