We have great news! We are pleased to inform you of the nutritional improvements available for your pet! As the world leader in Health Nutrition for dogs and cats, Royal Canin offers the best, most comprehensive line of therapeutic solutions in the industry. In collaboration with Animal Care Clinic and Royal Canin, we are happy to more »
Advise your veterinary clients about this hazard—and when they need to seek your help. via Laundry detergent pods, a concern for kids, can harm pets too.
One of the most frightening things that can happen for a pet owner is to find their pet sick or injured unexpectedly. If it is a weekend or after business hours when your local vet can’t be reached, it can be even more upsetting.
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How do you treat your aging dog? Have you changed the way you interact with him or her? The key to dealing with an aging dog is not to treat him with kid gloves. Your dog is not aware that he is aging and can become anxious over the change in your relationship. Older dogs more »
You finally get your own car sickness under control and you figure out your pet has it too… Yes, it is real, your pets can get motion sickness. With warmer weather in full swing and driving trips on the horizon, there are some signs to watch for while travelling with your dog or cat. Dog more »
Aging dogs are uncannily similar to aging people. Dogs can show signs of dementia, vision loss, arthritis and have difficulty regulating their temperatures, among other things. Senior dogs are very susceptible to dehydration and should not be left outside for a long period of time in the heat. The best thing you can do for more »
Get your favorite pet ready for our 4th of July photo contest! Enter your photos for a chance to win a day at the spa for your pet! Photos will be accepted until July 6th on our Facebook page, and voting will run through July 9th, with the winner being announced July 10th!
People can be allergic to any warm blooded pets, fur or feather. More people are allergic to cats than dogs. Animal dander, saliva, and urine are what causes allergies. So even though some dog breeds and hairless cat breeds may taut themselves as being hypo-allergenic, they are not 100% allergen free. Yes, your symptoms may more »
Just like humans and dogs, cats can have allergies too! If your cat has an allergy, it is usually to flea saliva or pollen, but can be other things as well. If your cat has allergies it is usually pretty obvious. Call your vet if your kitten or cat are exhibiting any of the following more »