2 Reasons To Purchase Your Pit Bull Puppy From A Dog Breeder

If you have determined that you would like to adopt a pit bull puppy, the next step is going to be to find the puppy. You want to make sure that you find a great puppy that is going to be a good fit for you and for your family. A great place to look for a pit bull puppy is going to be from a reputable dog breeder. This article will discuss 2 reasons why. Read More 

Feline Immunodeficiency Virus: Is It Always A Death Sentence?

Approximately 1.5 to 3 percent of cats have FIV, feline immunodeficiency virus. The disease, spread through bites, is more predominant in outdoor, aggressive cats that have not been spayed or neutered than it is in indoor cats. This is due largely in part to how the disease is spread. Since it is spread through bites, cats who get into altercations with infected cats are at risk. In some cases, FIV can be transmitted to kittens from their mother. Read More 

Kitty Got A Toothache? 4 Steps To Take When Your Cat Injures A Tooth

Cats are naturally curious creatures. Unfortunately, that curiosity can lead to accidents and injuries. If your cat has suffered dental injuries, you'll need to take quick action. Without proper care, your cat may develop a dental infection that can lead to health problems. Here are four steps you should take if your cat has suffered a dental injury. Find and Preserve the Tooth If your cat has lost a tooth, you should try to find it as quickly as possible. Read More 

Keeping Your Dog Flea Free

Fleas can be incredibly irritating to your dog, to the point that they are miserable and covered in inflamed, red bites. If you want to give your dog the relief that they need, or prevent them from dealing with fleas to begin with, there are some practical steps that you can take. Here is how to keep your dog comfortable, healthy, and most importantly, flea free.  Invest In A Flea Collar Read More 

Old Dog And New Problems: Health Issues You Could Be Facing With An Elderly Pooch

Pretty much all dog breeds are prone to specific health issues as they age, but dogs in general start to have problems when they start to get a little grey around the collar. Your once playful and vivacious pup will likely start to slow down a bit, get a little less interested in their usual routine, and may require a few extra trips to the vet. However, if you have an elderly dog, you should also be prepared for the physical health changes as well. Read More