Preventing, Recognizing, And Treating Cat Abscesses

An abscess occurs when a cat gets bitten or scratched by another cat, and then the wound becomes infected. Cats are prone to these because their wounds tend to close up quickly with little blood flow, which means bacteria can easily become trapped and cause an infection. The following guide can help you recognize an abscess quickly so you can begin proper treatment before an infection becomes severe. What makes a cat more prone to abscesses? Read More 

Puppy Panic: How Do You Choose The Best Breeder?

The breeder you choose to get your puppy from is just as important as the breed you choose for your family. Don't take chances on these important decisions — here's some help on how to choose a breeder that stands head, shoulders, and tail above the rest. Why It's So Important To Find A Great Breeder You want your new puppy to come from a healthy, trustworthy line, but you also want a puppy who has been adequately socialized, despite his young age. Read More 

Pet in Pain? Two Tips to Help You Get Affordable Veterinary Care

When your pet is in pain, it can hurt you almost as much as it hurts them.  You may be feeling quite helpless, especially since your animal cannot speak and, therefore, isn't able to tell you what is wrong with them.  The situation can become even more difficult when you realize that you don't have a lot of money to spend to help them get care.  However, there are things you can do to get budget-friendly veterinary care for your pet. Read More 

3 Fickle and Funny Feline Behaviors and What They Are All About

They are soft and fluffy, sometimes playful, and filled with individual personality and a natural curiosity that keeps you on your toes. Anyone who has ever owned a cat will tell you that these pets have some pretty awesome ways of keeping you entertained and even making you feel important or special. They may not be deemed "Man's Best Friend," but cats deserve a title just as uplifting because by all rights, these (mostly) friendly felines take a place in your home and your heart. Read More 

4 Steps To Take If Your Dog Consumes Cooked Chicken Bones

While many dogs love to chew on bones, chicken bones, particularly cooked chicken bones, can be very dangerous for dogs. Cooked chicken bones become very dry and brittle, and when they are chewed they tend to splinter into sharp pieces. If your dog has accidentally ingested cooked chicken bones it is important to be proactive. Take the following steps to protect your dog's health when he or she consumes cooked chicken bones: Read More