Article Featured on DogHealth.com
Dogs are wonderful companions, and one of the things that is so endearing about them is how excited they get when greeting us and other people. However, we’ve all experienced a dog that can’t contain his exuberance, jumping on us and those who come to visit. This behavior can be . . . → Read More: How to Stop Your Dog from Jumping on People
Article by Dr. Nancy Kay, DVM, DACVIM | Found on Pet Health Network
Dogs and humans aren’t the only ones who can suffer from car sickness or motion sickness. Cats can also develop gastrointestinal distress while traveling in the car, and for some, traveling by air or boat can induce the same reaction.
Symptoms . . . → Read More: Combating Cat Car Sickness
Found on NBC NEWS | By Harriet Baskas
If it seems there are a lot more animals in airports — and on airplanes — these days, you’re not imagining it.
More than 30 airports around the country now have regular programs that bring certified pet therapy dogs and their handlers into the terminals to . . . → Read More: Pets on the Fly? Why Are There So Many Animals in the Skies and at Airports?
Here is another reminder about National Immunization Awareness Month and information about vaccinating your feline friends.
Lucky for us, there are vaccines to help prevent many illnesses that affect cats. Vaccinating your cat has long been considered one of the easiest ways to help her live a long, healthy life. Not only are there different . . . → Read More: Feline Vaccinations
We just found this article on the ASPCA website and thought it may come in handy for some of you planning your Summer travels.
Top 10 Tips for Safe Car Travel With Your Pet
For some pet parents, a trip’s no fun if the four-legged members of the family can’t come. But traveling can be . . . → Read More: Planning a Summer Road Trip with your Pet?