Although therapeutic, or prescription, pet diets aren’t always intended to replace a pet’s medication, they are designed to address health concerns from a very basic level.
There are a variety of nutritional supplements that can help slow the progression of disease and improve your pet’s mobility, strength, and balance while managing pain.
Hypothyroidism occurs when the thyroid gland doesn’t produce enough hormone, which can lead to changes in behavior, energy, appetite, weight, and appearance.
Although easily prevented and resolved, dehydration in pets can cause permanent organ damage and even be life-threatening if it goes unchecked. Read on to discover the signs, symptoms, and harmful effects of pet dehydration.
Summer can be hard on your pet’s coat and skin, so read on to learn about how to keep your pet happy, healthy, and looking great this season.