Acupuncture is a holistic treatment, which means it aims to help a pet’s body heal and soothe itself. There are a variety of conditions and symptoms which it can help to improve and many situations when our veterinarian might recommend acupuncture for your cat or dog.
Notoriously finicky eaters, cats sometimes don’t get the nutrition they need because they either don’t eat enough or they turn away nutritious options in favor of flavor-packed, nutrient-poor treats. However, receiving the right diet is essential to health. So, what exactly do cats need in their diets?
If you have to be away from home and you can’t take your pet with you, then you’re left with just two options for your pet’s care while you’re away: boarding your pet at a kennel or hiring a pet sitter to care for your pet in your home. Taking a close look at the pros and cons of pet boarding and pet sitting can help you decide.
October is Adopt a Shelter Dog Month, and maybe you’re thinking about adopting a dog friend to celebrate. Adopting means being a community..
We set aside September, National Service Dog Month, to raise awareness about service dogs and everything amazing they do for us, humans.