If you have an “outdoor cat,” you know they love exploring the wonders of the natural world. As the weather warms up, however, there are a few important things to watch out for and to provide for your outdoor cats to keep them safe all summer long.
All throughout the year, your pets share their unconditional love. The holidays are a wonderful opportunity to show your pet that you care. While you’re at it, show some love to your pet-loving friends by getting a little something for them to gift their pet pals too! They’ll appreciate the gesture, plus it’s always fun to “share the love” that pets bring with your friends!
The holidays are a time filled with family traditions, dazzling decorations and festive twinkling lights…but sometimes these new additions to your home can create hazardous conditions for your pets. With just a few simple steps, you can ensure a safe and happy holiday for you and your pet this season.
Ah, back to school time. Some parents are thrilled to have the kids out of the house, while others might be mourning the loss of their busy home. But at least one member of the family is certainly going to have trouble with the adjustment: the family dog. When kids go back to school, your dog’s world just went from regularly adventuring with the whole pack to long hours home alone. Will your dog be terribly lonely? And if so, how can you help your dog adjust once the house empties out?
Lucky you! You just adopted a new puppy, and you’re excited to spend time getting to know and training the new family member. But as you’ll learn, not all new things come easily to puppies. One issue where you may have some trouble is socializing your puppy, or introducing him to new people, new places, and new experiences. Our vets have come up with a few tips to help you socialize a new puppy to their big world.