There’s nothing quite as special as the bond between a child and the family pet. For many of us, days spent playing and snuggling with a pet are some of our fondest memories from childhood. Pets are friends, playmates, and confidants to kids everywhere, and there’s no doubt that both kids and pets benefit greatly.
As long as we have been keeping cats indoors, people have been looking for a way to stop them from scratching up the furniture. Unfortunately, this has often resulted in declawing cats.
It’s easy to appreciate that veterinary diagnostics can highlight the source of an ailment – and when revealed in time, treatments are more effective. From determining the cause of illness to ruling out certain diseases, testing illuminates what is truly going on with your pet. It makes sense to rely on testing for a sick pet, but why concede to certain tests when your pet is the embodiment of health?
Topics: Pet Health
One of the most rapidly spreading, yet least understood, vector-borne diseases is Lyme disease. For many, the reason it is so difficult to understand is that the symptoms often develop over several months - or sometimes years - and can affect multiple systems of the body.
March 30th is Take a Walk in the Park Day, and hopefully the weather in your area has you chomping at the bit to participate. And what better way to kick off the spring season than a lovely stroll? Well, by having your furry friend join you, of course!