Is a Dip in the Nip a Good Trip for Your Cat?

What's better than having a soft, fuzzy, friendly feline to frolic with in your life? A really happy soft, fuzzy, friendly feline. For most cats, that ticket to happiness is a quick dip in the nip—catnip, to be more specific. Since it is a sort of drug, though, you want to know more about it before letting your cat get too carried away with it. 1. What, Exactly Is Catnip? [Read More]

Signs Of Hearing Impairment In Cats

You may think it's normal for your cat not to respond to your call or appear to not pay any attention to you, but it could mean that your cat has a hearing problem. Hearing problems are not uncommon with cats, especially as they age. However, it's not always obvious that their hearing ability is poor as cats often mask their disabilities. If your cat is hearing impaired, it means that you may need to make some changes to accommodate him or her. [Read More]

Tips For Caring For Your Dog After Neutering

When you welcome an intact male dog into your family, whether he is a puppy or and adult, is is always a good idea to consider having him neutered. Neutering a male dog will prevent the risk of unwanted litters of puppies being born and can also curb undesirable behavior. Neutering is a relatively simple surgical procedure that is performed by your dog's vet. In most vases, you will drop your dog off at the vet in the morning and you can pick him up that afternoon or evening. [Read More]

Does Your Show Pup Struggle While Chewing? They May Need Braces

Your cute little show puppy shows signs of growing into an excellent show dog, but lately, she has had trouble with chewing. Understanding what is happening here, and how canine braces can help, is critical to ensuring your pup's show success. If Your Pup Shows Dental Pain, Something is Wrong Puppies rarely experience dental problems at a young age and, therefore, typically don't need too many dental fixes. However, a puppy may show signs of pain while chewing their favorite toy, including whimpering, howling, or even refusing to chew on the toy any more. [Read More]