Pets Are Important Too

  • Transporting An Injured Dog To The Animal Hospital

    25 September 2017

    Seeing your dog uncomfortable as the result of an injury is one of the stressful things about being a pet owner. You might already have an animal hospital in mind, but what you might not ever expect is how hard it can be to get a sick animal there when they're in obvious pain. Trip delays can be detrimental to the health of your fuzzy friend; for that reason, you must use the guidance below:

  • Important Things To Do After You Adopt A Rescue Cat

    24 August 2017

    If you are someone who has decided that they want to get a cat, and you have decided that you are going to adopt a rescue cat instead of one that is from a breeder, then you need to prepare yourself for what you need to do. A rescue cat will often need to have more care and treatment than a cat that is brought from a expensive breeder; however, these cats are often a great reward in and of themselves.

  • Tips For Caring For Your First Adopted Puppy

    16 July 2017

    If you just adopted your first puppy, then it is important you know how to properly care for it. Puppies require a lot of time and effort to help them grow into healthy adult dogs with a good disposition. To ensure your family's new puppy stays healthy and happy, follow each of these time-tested tips: Tip: Make an Appointment with a Local Veterinarian  The first thing you need to do after adopting a puppy is to call and make an appointment with a veterinarian in your area.

  • The 3 Important Things Wellness Panels Can Tell You About Your Cat

    28 June 2017

    If you've been to the veterinarian lately, you may have heard about wellness blood panels for pets. Wellness blood panels take a small blood sample and then send it to a laboratory, where it's subjected to a number of tests. These tests can help to determine how healthy your cat is and whether or not they have any serious medical issues that have gone unnoticed. If you're unsure if a wellness panel is right for your cat, keep reading to learn the three most important things wellness panels detect.

  • Doggone Bones: What To Do If Your Dog Swallowed A Bone

    19 June 2017

    Did your dog swallow a bone? The dog may have gotten into some food that you were going to prepare and then ended up swallowing the bone while eating everything in its sight. Unfortunately, this can cause serious problems for your precious pup. It is important for you to take swift action by seeking help for your pet at a veterinary clinic. Bring Your Pet to the Vet Clinic Schedule an appointment to bring your dog to see the veterinarian.

  • Stinky Dog? The 411 on Your Dog's Bad Breath

    21 October 2016

    A dog is a wonderful addition to a family, but having a dog does require a good amount of love, patience, and responsibility. From potty training and feeding to ensuring your new puppy is healthy and happy, it is easy to see the challenges of having this new family member. While this is surprising for many to learn, a dog's breath plays a key role in their underlying health and wellness.

  • Common Causes of Lethargy and Weakness in Dogs

    12 September 2016

    Dogs can get sick just like humans; however, it can be hard to tell how sick a dog is in some cases because they don't talk. As a dog owner, you are the best judge of how your dog feels. If you sense something is not right, you should take your dog to an animal hospital for treatment. If your dog appears very weak and lethargic, and this is not how your dog normally acts, you may want to find out what is causing it to feel this way.