Pet Care

How To Deal With Temperamental Dogs

2017-06-14T10:01:46+00:00

When talking about temperamental dogs, we often assume straight away that we are talking about aggressive behavior in dogs, but it goes deeper than that. There are various types of aggressive behavior, some more extreme than others, but there is almost always a reason behind the aggressive behavior. Having said that, it is highly unlikely

Spring Time Allergies For Pets And What Plants To Look Out For

2017-07-11T01:49:13+00:00

We all look forward to spring time when the weather is warmer, especially after a cold winter, but with spring time comes the dreaded allergy season, but not just for humans. Pets too can suffer with spring time allergies, and both cats and dogs can have their fair share of allergies during this time,

Ways To Exercise Senior Pets During The Winter Months

2017-07-11T01:29:39+00:00

Dogs of all ages, and sizes need their exercise, even in the winter months. However, there are times when it's just too cold outside, especially when we have freak weather conditions, and the wind chill is hazardous both to us and our pets. At times like this we need to think about different ways

Tips For Traveling With Your Pet At Christmas

2017-07-11T01:24:34+00:00

Many pet owners, especially first time pet owners, would like to consider taking their pets with them at Christmas, but may not know where to start. This leads to them hiring a professional pet sitter, which can cost a pretty penny, or putting them into kennels for a week or two, which can lead

Making Senior Pets Comfortable In Their Last Year Of Their Lives

2017-07-11T01:23:00+00:00

After spending more than a decade with our best friend, we know the inevitable is going to happen, but really don't want to think about it. However, we still want what is best for him, and it's still our job as a pet parent to take care of him the best we can and

Pain Management For Terminally Ill And Senior Dogs

2017-07-11T01:21:12+00:00

Most pet owners that have had the pleasure of spending many wonderful years with their best friend will tell you how sad, and hurtful it can be when they are diagnosed with a terminally ill condition. We all know that sooner, or later our pet is going to reach the end of his life,

Nutrition Needs For Senior Dogs

2017-06-14T09:52:13+00:00

Nutrition for older dogs is a very important topic to know for those who own a dog, this is because as your dog gets older his nutrition needs change. Many owners who know little to nothing about an older dogs metabolism can unknowingly be giving their best friend the wrong foods, leading to an

Joint Problems In Older Dogs And Cats

2017-07-11T01:13:38+00:00

Taking A Closer Look At Joint Problems In Older Dogs And Cats When it comes to our older dogs and cats, they will almost definitely suffer from some type of joint pain, and most of this joint pain comes from a condition called arthritis. Just like humans, when they reach a certain age they

Taking Care Of Senior Pets In Their Golden Years

2017-07-11T01:09:13+00:00

As pet owners we all know that sooner, or later our best friend is going to get old, just as we do, but what can we do about giving him the best quality of life in his last few years? Many dogs after the age of about 7, or 8 are classed as senior

Senior Pet – Taking Care Of A Senior Dogs During The Summer Heat

2017-07-20T04:40:01+00:00

Most dog owners want what is best for their best friend, and that includes giving them healthy meals, a good bed, playtime and exercise, but not every owner knows the dangers of heat stroke. Heat stroke in dogs is a killer, and believe it or not thousands of owners lose their best friends each