Pet Health: What You Need to Know

Pet Health: What You Need to Know

  • Did You Get A New Puppy? 3 Emergencies That Require A Trip To The Animal Hospital

    New puppies bring so much joy to your home that it is hard to imagine anything going wrong. As a new puppy owner, you might have a lot to learn about your pet. Right now, you may be puppy-proofing your house and learning more about their diet and exercise needs. While you can be the best puppy owner in the world, it doesn't always protect your pet from harm. New puppies are curious, energetic, and still learning about their environment, which can lead to some potentially dangerous situations.

  • 3 Signs Cats With Kidney Disease Show That Mean They Need Help

    When a cat is diagnosed with kidney disease, it means that they have a condition that will lead to a decline in health over time. While the kidneys will gradually become less efficient, there are things that an animal hospital can do to help give your cat a boost. That's why it's important to recognize the signs that a cat with kidney disease is getting worse. Here's what you should be aware of.

  • 3 Ways To Keep Your Dog Healthy

    If you have a dog, you can expect them to live anywhere from 10 to 13 years. Smaller dogs tend to live longer, while larger dogs have a shorter lifespan. No matter what size dog you have, keeping them healthy will ensure they live as long as possible. Here are three ways to keep your dog healthy so that you can enjoy your faithful companion for years to come. 1. Pay Attention to Their Nutrition

  • What's Under Your Dogs Fur? How To Spot Canine Skin Disorders

    If you have dogs, you know how difficult it can be to get a good look at their skin, especially the areas that are covered by fur. But, it's important that you inspect their skin at least once a week. Skin disorders can cause serious problems for your dog. If your dog has a thick coat of fur, focus on the exposed areas of the skin, such as the belly, inner ears, and groin areas.

  • Canine Coronavirus Is Not COVID-19

    Perhaps through your own experience or via other pet owners, you've heard about Canine Coronavirus (CCoV) disease. It is a highly infectious intestinal disease that affects dogs, especially puppies. However, rest assured, it is not the same coronavirus associated with the current COVID-19 pandemic. (And to make it even more confusing, there's another coronavirus that causes respiratory disease.) But CCoV can still make your dog very uncomfortable for a few days, and in some cases, be quite serious.

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Pet Health: What You Need to Know

Whether you have had a pet cat for years or you just bought a new fish tank filled with fish for your children, you likely enjoy learning more about your favorite animals and how you can help keep them in good health. We created this website to help pet owners like you learn more about their beloved pets healthcare needs. We plan to post the answers to many of your pet health-related questions on this website, such as how to choose the right food for your fish, how to encourage your indoor cat to exercise when they need to lose a pound or two, and how to know when your dog's strange behavior may signal an illness. If you cannot find the answers to your pet health questions here, we hope you can use our resources to find the answers elsewhere.