Look Out for These Common Orthopedic Problems in Dogs

Orthopedic problems are medical problems in dogs that directly affect the musculoskeletal system including the bones, joints, muscles, ligaments, and tendons. Orthopedic problems can range from mild to severe and cause pain and discomfort, limit mobility, and lead to additional injuries and health problems.

Should I Have My Pet Spayed or Neutered?

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Whether you have recently adopted a puppy or kitten or have an adult pet with a reproductive system that is still intact, we encourage you to seriously consider electing spay or neuter surgery. These surgical procedures offer many benefits to pets and to the greater community.

Does My Dog Need to See a Veterinary Cardiologist?

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As you know, the heart is one of the most vital of the body’s vital organs, and the same is true when it comes to our pet’s hearts, too. For this reason, any health issues involving the heart need to be taken seriously and treated with the utmost attention to detail.

The Very Best Reasons to Adopt a Senior Pet

We think that every month of the year should celebrate adopting older animals because there are so many good reasons to adopt a senior pet that we could only fit the very best in this blog post.

Is My Pet Overweight? What Do I Do About It?

Jokes about overweight pets can be found everywhere online, but obesity in pets really is not something to laugh about. All pets are cute, but overweight pets should not be considered especially cute because they are actually at risk for developing several weight-related health problems.

5 DIY Cat Toys Your Pet Will Love

Shopping for your pet is fun, but crafting for them can be a blast, too! As any cat lover knows, our feline friends play with some of the oddest items: hair elastics, plastic wrappers, and discarded boxes. When you make toys for your cats with items you have around the house, your cats will not only love them, but you’ll also end up saving a lot of money at the pet store.