The veterinarian’s office is no one’s favorite. Cats and dogs are infamously adverse to the very word. Maybe bunny rabbits and birds dislike receiving veterinary care as well, but it is much easier to wrangle a fluffy bunny into its cage then to crate a cat. Some dogs need to be carried bodily into the office from the car, making the whole process awkward and difficult for the pet owner. So why go to the veterinarian’s office except for life-threatening illness or injury?
You should pursue regular veterinary care for your house pet because it improves their quality of life. The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) has found that preventable diseases in pets are incre Read More
With affordable veterinary care and urgent care for pets being more available than ever, owning a pet is a dream that many can now realize after potentially years of waiting. The benefits of owning a pet can be greatly rewarding, and plenty of pets out in the world need good homes. If you’re gravitating between whether or not you should own a pet, here are a few things to consider!
1. A Pet Really Can Be Your Best Friend
The old saying is that a dog is man’s best friend, but in actuality almost any kind of pet can be your new best friend. In fact, 66% of pet owners said they would consider their pet their best friend, and 4 in 10 dog owners alone would Read More
Chocolate is a substance that can be harmful to both cats and dogs, due to a chemical known as theobromine, which is similar to caffeine. If your beloved family pet ate chocolate, here are a few steps you should take to make ensure pet wellness.
Pet illnesses due to the ingestion of chocolate has to do with the amount the animal ate, and how concentrated the chocolate is. The darker the chocolate, the more theobromine it contains, and the more dangerous it is. That means that products such as baker’s chocolate, semi-sweet chocolate chips, cocoa powder, or specialty dark chocolates are especially dangerous for pet wellness. An animal need only ingest 0.13 ounces of dark chocolate to cause poisoning, compared to the 0 Read More
Pets are often considered to be part of the family. Some people look at their pets as children. Because pets play such an important part in their owners’ lives, it is important that they be taken care of accordingly.
Research shows that pets who receive regular veterinary care live longer, healthier lives. Pets can suffer from many of the safe ailments as their human counterparts such as: infections, cancers and broken bones. And they require proper treatment. Annual vaccines, flea prevention, dog dental work and feline grooming are just a few everyday services that veterinarians provide.
But one of the strong services a pet owner can have done is to spay (for females) or neuter (for males) their pets.
Why Spay and Neuter Your Pets?
Every year millions Read More
If you’re like most people, then chances are you believe black labradoodle puppies are fine being left in the car, only have dry noses if they’re not well, and can only see black and white. If you do, then you’re wrong. Here’s the truth about black labradoodle puppies.
Dogs Are Fine Being Left in the Car.
Black labradoodle puppies should never be left in the car, even if the windows are cracked. Vehicles can quickly warm up, even in cooler weather. Leaving a dog in the car is like leaving it in the oven. It will kill the animal.
A Dog With a Dry Nose Is a Sick Dog.
It’s logical to think that if Read More
Of course Australian labradoodle breeders are going to tell you that their black labradoodle puppies for sale are one of the best investments you can ever make for your family, but don’t take their word for it. Instead, trust a better source: science.
Here are just a few reasons chocolate labradoodle puppies are so great, according to research!
Dogs Improve Their Owners’ Self-Esteem. Black labradoodle puppies can make their owners more confident people, if you can believe it. According to a 2010 study published in the Read More
If you’re going through a hard time in your life right now, you should consider checking out the Australian labradoodle puppies for sale. Several studies have shown that dogs like black and chocolate labradoodle puppies can improve their owners’ mental health. Here are just a few reasons why.
Dogs Can Increase Intimacy in Group Settings.
Researchers from Central Michigan University study found that when a dog was present in a collaborative group setting, the members ranked their fellow members higher in terms of trust, intimacy, and group cohesion. In other words, black labradoodle puppies can help m Read More
When it comes to the furry ones, Americans can’t get enough of them. Americans have always loved their pets, and in recent years that devotion has skyrocketed. In the 1970s, more than 67 million households owned pets. By 2012, that number reached 164 million! Today, there are more than 83 million dogs and 96 million cats in American households. Their owners collectively spend approximately $50 billion on them for supplies, food, toys, treats, brushes, and veterinary care. In fact, roughly two-thirds of pet owners have given “gifts” to their pets!
It’s clear that Americans love their pets and want the very best for them. Cats, dogs, fish, lizards, hamsters, and all sorts of creatures provide warmth and comfort — and unconditional love. They’re even good for your health. Studies have shown, for ex Read More
Black labradoodle puppies are about as amazing as they are cute. Here are a few incredible facts you never knew about these lovable canines!
Their Noses Are Wet For a Reason.
Black labradoodle puppies’ noses are wet for a reason. It helps them determine what direction a smell is coming from, which could be an evolutionary advantage to help them hunt. What’s more, many pet owners mistakenly believe that if the noses of their black labradoodle puppies are dry, they’re sick. In actuality, it just means that their noses are dry, and that’s it.
They’re Not Big Huggers.
Since they’re cute, people can Read More
Don’t you wish that there was more you could do when your pet is feeling under the weather? When he or she is clearly unwell, but is obviously not sick enough to go to the vet’s?
Perhaps there is. Here are a few recipes you can use to make home made medicine for animals that might be able to help them.
Noticed your pet’s been scratching at his or her ears lately? Aloe Vera is a great medicine for animals that can help sooth red or inflamed areas of the ear. You can also dip a cotton swap in vegetable oil to help remove built up wax or dirt. Just be aware of the fact that dogs’ and cats’ ear canals turn right at the base of their ear, so be careful not to jam anything deep into their ear canal.
Noticed your dog or cat h Read More