3 Crucial Questions To Ask Your Veterinarian When Your Dog Has Ripped Out His Stitches After Being Neutered

As a responsible pet-owner who has no plans to become a professional breeder, you are likely to be aware of how easy it can be to have your dog neutered. It is usually an out-patient procedure, and since it is a less invasive procedure than spaying a female dog, you can usually expect your dog to recover quickly. However, some unusually strong-willed or exceptionally curious dogs have actually ripped out their stitches in the first few days after their procedure. Read More 

From Lighting Up Through Snuffing Out, Human Smoking Habits Endanger Pets Too

In children, exposure to second hand smoke exacerbates asthma symptoms, causes respiratory infections and increases a baby's risk for sudden infant death syndrome. Secondhand smoke increases an adult's chances for developing heart disease, lung cancer and stroke. Did you know that secondhand smoke, third-hand smoke and nicotine itself also pose adverse health risks to your furry family members? Secondhand Smoke Secondhand smoke is the smoke that wafts from a burning cigarette, cigar or pipe. Read More 

4 Warning Signs You May Need To Take Your Cat To The Vet

If you have a furry feline in your home, this is sure to add a great deal of joy and companionship for you. Cats are often an animal that both love giving and getting attention. You will want to be sure that you do all you can do to ensure the health of your pet. This will take the right amount of effort on your part. However, if your cat begins to show warning signs that something is physically wrong, you will want to know what these are. Read More