Cats have some unique care needs, and these are made even more apparent in the winter months. Once the temperatures drop, snow begins to fall and the days get shorter, you might need to implement a few more elements into your cat’s daily routines.
While there is a number of anecdotal reports regarding the effectiveness of herbal ingredients in treating humans with kidney disease, much more research is needed to support the use of these supplements in cats and dogs, as kidney insufficiency shows up frequently in elderly pets.
This holiday season, a new dog or cat will be at the top of a lot of people’s wish lists, and for good reason. Dogs and cats are amazing! They’re cuddly and adorable, and they love unconditionally. For some people, a new pet can be the perfect addition to the family.
Eddie is a lovable 10 year old grown up puppy! Ever since he was rescued, he keeps a big smile on his adorable face, enjoying the little things in life without a care in the world. He’s come a long way from his struggle with immobility and arthritis, but it wasn’t an easy road. Eddie found his legs again with the help of some special herbal products.
Anyone who’s ever had a cold sore understands the agitation that goes along with it. These raised bumps and blisters prove unsightly, uncomfortable and unpredictable. But what you might not know is that our furry friends can also experience this unfortunate affliction.
When the time comes to spend your hard-earned money on a list of presents for the people close to you this holiday season, don’t forget to spend some on the furry friends in your life!
If a senior cat is part of your family, you’ve treated them to a lifetime of love and happiness, particularly around the holidays. However, it can be difficult to determine what the best gift for your senior cat is. Another toy? Their favorite treats, again? This year, consider going outside the box and giving your feline friend the gift of a healthy and agile body.
When is the last time you took a peek under your pup’s lips? You dog’s gums—the tissue that surrounds their teeth—might not be the first place you look if your dog is acting strangely, but they can tell you a surprising amount about your dog’s health!
Generally speaking, cats are a lot less inclined for adventure than dogs are. Our feline friends are not fond of changes to their environment or routine. For these reasons alone, taking your cat on an airplane might be an extremely stressful situation for them!
Winter’s shorter days and colder temperatures are known for having a range of effects on humans, but did you know they can affect pets, too? Both dogs and cats experience a number of changes, physically and behaviorally, once the temperatures dip and the sun goes down earlier in the day.
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