3 Reason’s Your Dog’s Skin Is Itching

If your dog has recently been itching their skin all all the time, you need to take your dog into the vet so that your vet can investigate what is going on with your dog. Here are three reasons why your dog's skin may be feeling irritated. #1 Food Allergies Just like humans, dogs can get food allergies as well. If you have recently change out the food that you feed your dog, you may want to compare the ingredient list to the food that you were previously feeding your dog and see if your new dog food contains any new ingredients. Read More 

The Basics Of Pet Grooming For First Time Dog Owners

If this is your first time owning a dog, your dog is not going to be able to take care of all of its needs on its own. Here is a basic guide to grooming your dog that will help you assist your dog and ensure that it is well taken care of. #1 Cutting Your Dog's Nails Your dog's nails grow continuously just like your nails do and need to be cut. Read More 

How Bordetella Spreads & How To Keep Your Cat Safe From It

Bordetella is a respiratory disease that affects cats and is very easily spread. Here is a quick breakdown of how your cat can catch Bordetella, how you can prevent your cat from catching it and how to treat your cat if they do catch Bordetella. How Bordetella Is Spread Bordetella is spread through breathing contaminated air. It is spread in a very similar fashion to how the common cold and flu is spread among humans. Read More 

Three Common Care Mistakes That May Be Detrimental To Your Guinea Pig’s Health

Guinea pigs are small animals with big personalities. Since they spend most of their time in a cage, many pet owners assume they're simple to care for. Yet, there are some intricacies in caring for these fun little animals, and if you don't provide proper care, your guinea pig may end up in the vet's office—or worse. Here's a look at common care mistakes that guinea pig owners tend to make. Read More 

Three Things Dog Owners Need To Know About Frostbite

Your dog is covered in fur, but that doesn't mean that they're immune from frostbite when winter arrives. Here are three things dog owners need to know about frostbite. How do dogs get frostbite? While your dog's fur acts like a coat, their entire body isn't protected. Their extremities, like their foot pads, nose, ears and tail, are vulnerable to the cold weather. When their extremities are exposed to the cold, their skin and the tissues underneath can freeze. Read More