How To Quell Your Dog’s Anxieties Before Heading To The Vet

Cats are usually the culprit when it comes to vet anxiety, but dogs can be anxious as well. If your dog is timid by nature or had less than stellar vet visits the past, it is important that you try to make this as easy as possible for your dog. Here are four things you can do to help your dog have a successful trip to the vet. 1. Make Trips to the Vet Like Any Other Trip Read More 

Help Your Dog Beat The Heat This Summer

In times of hot weather, dogs pant through their mouths and perspire through their paws to expel heat from their body. Unfortunately, these coping mechanisms are not always effective, and it's easy to overestimate your dog's ability to handle intense heat. Without taking special measures, your beloved companion can be vulnerable to heat stroke and other heat-related illnesses.   Set Out Extra Water Your dog will naturally drink extra water on hot days. Read More 

4 Reasons To Invest In Pet Grooming

If you love your pets and are looking to provide the best care possible, you may be considering investing in pet grooming services. This can make it possible for your pets to look and feel great on a regular basis. Spending money on this service regularly can offer numerous benefits. Take a look at the following information to better understand the reasons as to why you should get your pets groomed. Read More 

How You Can Afford Your Pet’s Care When You Become Unemployed

With the current job market being what it is in the U.S., no one can foretell if they are going to lose their job in the next year. If you are currently successful and doing well, there is still a chance that something could go wrong in the company you work for, and you could be out of work. If you just got a puppy or kitten for your family and then lose your job, you may be wondering how you will take care of your pet in the coming months. Read More 

Keep An Eye Out For These Symptoms Of Illness In Your Dog

Most pet owners treat their dogs as though they were members of the family. You probably feel the same way about your dog. You want your dog or any other kind of pet to live a long and healthy life. Just like a parent needs to recognize the symptoms and negative effects of disease and illness in their children, you will need to know the signs and symptoms in your dog so you can know when they are sick and when they will need to go to an animal hospital. Read More