Most pet parents either don’t realize that their pets need dental care or don’t know how to provide it. Learning how to care for your pet’s teeth is essential to their overall, ongoing health.
Choosing the right pet food can be one of the most difficult choices you make for your dog. Over the last several years, grain-free pet foods gained popularity through clever marketing, but grain-free dog food might actually be making our dogs sick.
One of the most common ailments in older cats and dogs is arthritis which causes pain and limits a pet’s mobility. Although arthritis is a chronic condition, meaning it can’t be cured, there are plenty of options for managing the disease’s progression and its symptoms.
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.