When Is The Right Time To Spay Or Neuter Your Pets?


If you have just bought a dog or cat from your local rescue or a favorite designer breeder, you may be wondering about when to spay or neuter your newest family member. This is one of the most commonly asked questions that pet owners ask their veterinarians. There can be a lot of advice that… Read more »

Tips For Training Your Pets For Teeth Brushing


Just like humans, it is important for pets to have healthy dental habits. Their teeth have to last a lifetime just like ours will. With this being said, it is necessary to establish a routine and train your pets for teeth brushing. There are a few different things to consider before beginning brushing your dog… Read more »

Ways To Help Prevent And Remove Ticks On Your Pets


With the warmer weather here, your pets are bound to spend more time outdoors. Fido is probably standing at the door right now with his leash in his mouth begging to go outside. Many pet moms and dads have a few concerns about their pets being outside; the top one is usually ticks. Knowing how… Read more »

FDA Warns Popular Easter Plant Can Be Dangerous To Your Pet Cats


This Easter holiday season is very popular for flowers and plants in the home, as many homeowners like to celebrate by adorning their residence with these festive plants. But according to Dr. Melanie McLean at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Easter lilies can be deadly to your pet cats. This is also true for… Read more »

Signs That Your Pet May Have An Illness


You know your dogs and cats the best. They lay by your feet, provide the power of healing purrs and greet you every day at the door when you come home from a long day at work. But what happens when your pet doesn’t greet you at 5 p.m. tonight? You automatically think that there… Read more »

How To Protect Your Pets From Fleas This Spring


As we “spring” into the warmer seasons of the year, flea prevention is on every pet owner’s mind. Sometimes fleas are unstoppable from getting into your yard, but whether your dog or cat actually gets bitten by one, can be up to you. Fleas can enter your yard by a multitude of different wildlife such… Read more »

Tips For Keeping Your Cat Healthy


Keeping a pet cat healthy is a relatively easy thing to do. Play with your cat so they get a chance to interact with you, run around a bit, and exercise. Something as simple as 20 minutes a day of your undivided attention can help keep a cat healthy. It’s also a good idea to… Read more »

Thoroughbreds Find A Second Life From RRP


Horses are magnificent beings. They are beautiful and graceful, yet strong. They are some of the most powerful animals on the planet, yet extremely fragile. Though horses are massive in size compared to human beings, the state of their health can be delicate. What they eat and how much they eat must always be carefully… Read more »

What Is the Fear-Free Movement?


For some pet owners, going to the vet can be a stressful adventure and I’m not referring to any diagnosis that might happen in the office; what I’m referring to is the effort it takes when it comes to certain pets to get them to relax so the trip to the vet is a seamless… Read more »