No pet owner wants to think of a pet emergency. However, most pet emergencies happen when least expected and one needs to be prepared for them. When pet emergencies arise, try to offer the needed care and prevent the situation from escalating. The most important thing to remember is to keep a level head. If the sick or injured pet realizes you are panicking, they will also get hysterical, and this will make the situation worse. [Read More]
Keeping Your Pet Calm During A Vet Visit
If you have a dog or cat that you care for, you know the importance of bringing your pet to a veterinarian regularly for checkups and preventative maintenance tasks. Not all pets are keen on taking trips to their doctors, however. If your pet has difficulty with anxiety associated with vet visits, take the following steps to help calm them. Bring Along Someone For The Ride Consider bringing someone along for the ride to a veterinarian visit for your pet. [Read More]
What To Do If Your Dog Ingests Something Toxic
If your dog ingests something toxic, it can be a very scary situation. Your dog may be very intrigued and interested in different things, and their curiosity may end up getting the best of them. If your dog does ingest something toxic, you may worry about what to do to help them. Read on for tips to help guide you if your dog does ingest something toxic. Find What They Ingested [Read More]
Does Your Pet Mouse Need To See The Vet?
Mice have curious little personalities and adorable ears. They don't require a lot of care other than good food and water, clean bedding, and a spacious cage. However, it is a good idea to seek vet care for your mouse. They can benefit from getting regular veterinary checkups, and they should also see the vet after any signs of illness, which are discussed later in this article. Your Mouse's Checkup [Read More]