Keeping Your Canine's Choppers Clean

If you just acquired a dog, you will most likely want to take the needed steps in keeping it healthy and happy. Oral hygiene is an important part of caring for your new pet as failure to tend to teeth can lead to a multitude of health problems. Keeping their teeth and gums clean will alleviate the accumulation of tartar, which can contribute to gum disease. Gum disease leads to possible bacterial infection which has a direct impact on the bloodstream and could lead to to the loss of teeth as a result. [Read More]

3 Ways To Protect Your Cat During The Holiday Season

The holidays can be a fun and exciting experience for your cat, but only if you take precautions to protect its health. There are many seasonal dangers that are present that you might not be aware of until it is too late. To help keep your cat safe, here are some tips to keep in mind.  Secure the Christmas Tree A real Christmas tree needs water to remain green throughout the holiday season. [Read More]

Dog Odors Smelling Up The House? 4 Tips To Help Cure The Odor Problem

If the body odor problem in the house is coming from your dog, you don't have to send it outside. While a foul-smelling dog can make you want to plug your nose, there are some simple things you can do to eliminate the odor. Here are four tips to help keep your dog smelling fresh and clean. Monitor the Baths When it comes to bath time, every dog is different. Some dogs will require weekly baths to stay clean, while other dogs can go an entire month between baths. [Read More]

Tumors and Your Dog: 3 Types of Lumps You Shouldn't Have Removed

When you first notice a lump on your dog, your first instinct is to panic. Is it cancer? The truth is, it's most likely not cancer. It's not uncommon for dogs to develop lumps, bumps, and tumors. Fortunately, most of these bumps are not cancerous in the least. In fact, many types of lumps and bumps do not need to be removed at all. They can remain as long as they're not infected or interfering with your dog's range of motion. [Read More]