When our pets are in pain due to an illness or injury, we as pet parents want to do all that we can to make it better. It’s never fun to see our pets suffer, but sometimes, our efforts to help can do even more harm.
Discovering that your cat has urinated outside their litter box is never a fun experience. But while your first instinct might be to call the vet to treat your cat’s urinary problem, you should consider why your cat has urinated in the first place.
New year’s resolutions are designed to help us set and achieve healthy goals, with the first of the year serving as a fresh slate. For pet owners, new year’s resolutions not only give us the opportunity to consider our own wellbeing but also our furry friends’!
Picture this: You’re sitting on your couch watching your favorite TV show. Your lovable kitty is curled up in your lap or lounging on the other side of the room. Without warning, they rear up. Their face scrunches into a strange expression…and they let off a series of powerful sneezes.
If you’ve ever had a cat who began to pee around the house as an indicator of a urinary tract problem, you probably understand how important urinary health is for our feline friends. Cats are susceptible to a number of urinary problems, from kidney disease to urinary tract infections to the dreaded urinary blockages in male cats.
One of every pet parent’s worst fears is their beloved furry friend getting loose and wandering far from home. Searching for a lost pet can be frightening, stressful and traumatic for both you and your pet.
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.
A lot of things change during times of crisis, whether due to a natural disaster or a widespread heath concern. The last thing you need on top of the fear or stress you might be feeling is a pet health problem to deal with!
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.
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