5 Common Cat Questions Answered!

One in three households in the U.S. includes a cat among its family members. Cats are so very appealing thanks to their range of quirky personalities. Many cat lovers are compelled to find ways to understand the mysteries of their pets and, naturally, look to the internet for answers. We’ve…

0 Comments

FIV/FeLV in Cats: What You Should Know

We hear a lot about feline leukemia (FeLV) and wonder if it’s safe for infected cats to be around human babies and other household pets. The truth is that feline leukemia affects cats, not other animals or people. The same is true of feline immunodeficiency (FIV). There is no evidence…

0 Comments

Urinary Problems in Dogs and Cats

Just like humans, dogs and cats are susceptible to issues that affect the urinary tract. These problems can range from mild discomfort to serious medical issues. The urinary tract, which consists of the kidneys, the bladder, the urethra, and the uterus in females, can easily come into contact with bacteria,…

0 Comments

Keep It Local and Shop at Our Veterinary Online Store

Whether it’s groceries or garden supplies, books or clothing, there’s nothing like shopping online. Just last year alone, consumers spent over $800 billion with internet retailers, an increase of 44 percent from 2019. Of course, it’s hard to compete with the convenience of loading up a virtual cart and choosing…

0 Comments

Ringworm Treatment for Dogs And Cats

Ringworm is an incredibly contagious fungus that can cause health issues for dogs, cats, and even humans. If your furry friend comes into contact with ringworm, it is important to get treatment quickly to avoid it causing further problems for that animal or spreading to other animals in your home.…

0 Comments

Understanding Pyometra in Cats and Dogs

You may have never heard of the word pyometra, but it is a medical condition that warrants understanding. It is especially essential to recognize its signs if you are the owner of an intact rather than spayed female cat or dog. Pyometra is a uterine infection that occurs in older…

0 Comments

So Many Famous Cats, So Little Time

People and their cats a lot like like Forrest Gump and his gal pal Jenny: peas and carrots. We love them so much, in part because it seems like they love us, too.  Indeed, our somewhat symbiotic relationship evolved through mutual appreciation and affection, but also because they served early…

0 Comments

Guess What Breeds These Cartoon Dogs Are

Guess What Breeds These Cartoon Dogs Are Cartoon Dog Breeds: What Type of Dog is Scooby-Doo? Ever since I was a little kid, I’ve liked cartoons, comics, and animation. Recently I was doing some research online and came across a series called Dogs in a Park. It’s an animated sketch…

0 Comments

What to do for Change a Pet’s Life Day this Week

This Friday, January 24, is Change a Pet’s Life Day and there are lots of ways to improve the lives of companion animals even if you don’t live with one yourself. Today’s post gives you some ideas you can easily implement this week and beyond to help pets all over…

0 Comments