10 Questions To Ask Your Vet About Your Pet’s Medication
When your vet prescribes medication for your pet, it’s important to be well informed so your pet gets the maximum benefit. Here are ten questions you should have the answers to before giving the first dose to your pet: How should it be stored? Does it need to be refrigerated? Kept away from light? What […]Continue Reading
Beware The Lily
As stunningly beautiful as they are, lilies are a health risk to your cat. Members of the plant genus Lillium, which includes Easter lilies, Tiger lilies, Rubrums, Japanese show lilies, Stargazer lilies, and Daylilies can pose a toxin risk to your cat. When cats chew on the leaves of these plants, they can sustain kidney […]Continue Reading
Collar That Cat!
When shopping for a cat collar, those with either buckled or snap-together closures are perfect choices. Test the snap-together ones to make sure the hold is strong. Also make sure it has a quick-release feature in case your cat gets stuck on something. You will also need to find one that adjusts as your cat […]Continue Reading
Kick Itchy and Scratchy to the Curb
You’ve probably often heard people say they’re allergic to cats, but did you know cats can have allergies too? It’s often hard to determine what a cat’s allergy triggers are since they can be environmental (plant pollens, dust mites to name a couple), insects (cats can be allergic to the saliva of fleas, for example) […]Continue Reading