If you have a canine companion, you probably wonder how much daily exercise they need. Generally, daily exercise requirements vary from dog to dog and depend on various factors. These include dog breed, health, and age. However, following a few standard guidelines will ensure your dog gets adequate exercise.
When a puppy is born, they rely on their mother for food, nutrition, and the antibodies they need to grow strong and healthy. However, the antibodies they receive from their mothers are not enough to fully protect them. Some very infectious diseases may significantly affect them.
Many people will change several things for a joyful and healthier 2023 now that the holiday season is over and the new year is upon us. Everyone is aware of how much pets mean to our families. We care about them and want them to have long, fulfilling lives.
Hearing loss can completely change your animal companion’s life. Unfortunately, pets cannot look at their owners and tell them they cannot hear, and some pets may be born deaf. For others, hearing loss happens over time. So, how do you recognize hearing loss in your pet?
Most people know that dental hygiene can be critical to their overall health. Unfortunately, many pet owners do not know the same applies to their animal companions. They schedule regular dental cleanings to keep their teeth and gums clean and healthy but often overlook their pets’ dental hygiene.
Is it time to take your furry friend to the vet? Sometimes, people misguidedly assume that indoor cats do not need to go to the veterinarian. It is true that cats typically contract contagious feline diseases through contact with other animals outside. Nevertheless, vet visits for indoor cats are essential for many reasons, from administering vaccines to catching issues before they become serious.
Besides protecting the pet’s dental health, professional cleanings can help prevent serious health issues. Cleaning your dog’s teeth at home is necessary, but it is not adequate. Dental cleanings help remove bacteria and plaque trapped in hard-to-reach areas.
An ultrasound is a non-invasive way of evaluating and diagnosing issues with your pet’s internal organs. They are gentle and painless. The technology transmits sound waves into the pet’s body, producing images of a specific body part.
A microchip is a form of identification for your pet, a way for you to find them whenever they get lost. Losing a furry friend is painful for those who love them. For this reason, you want them to have some way to lead them back to you. Here are some of the steps you will go through with your pet during microchipping.
Advances in veterinary medicine have helped broaden pain management for pets. It has become an essential discipline within veterinary practices. Effective pain management promotes quick recovery and healing.