Hello, my name is Catherine. I have long loved animals and have had several of my own over the years. Sadly, I saw two of my cats suffer with feline cancer, one of my dogs had arthritis, and, of course, we faced the usual calamities and injuries pets often face. However, I have had to navigate this on a relatively restricted budget, and through the years, I have gotten quite proficient at that. I work at a library and love doing research on pets and veterinary care as well as a range of other topics. I also love to write so decided to put my info in a blog. Please, explore and enjoy!
30 October 2015
New Year celebrations are undoubtedly great fun for you and for your family, but your pets might not be quite so enamoured with the cracks, flashes and bangs of midnight fireworks. But how can your vet help? Read on to find out more. Preparation The key to a stress-free New Year for your pets is to prepare in good time. Your vet may be able to provide you with a number of options to help your pet to cope with the stress that loud noises can cause.
2 October 2015
Your dog cannot speak to you if he is sick, so he's most likely to demonstrate any sickness through behaviour changes, physical symptoms and other signs. A pet dog's body language is exceptionally articulate, so pay attention to his habits as a responsible pet owner. When you get to know your dog better, you'll be able to notice signs of sickness more easily. If you come across any of these symptoms, be sure to take prompt action by visiting a vet to nurse your dog back to good health.
30 September 2015
Caring your pet's teeth is very similar to looking after your own teeth for preventing dental diseases and plaque. Maintaining healthy teeth and gums is the first step of a smart dental program, because you'll want to protect the core bones and tissues that anchor your pet's teeth. Pet dentistry is an important part of overall pet care. This guide is designed to help you find quick resolutions when it comes to dealing with your pet's teeth and gum diseases before they turn into dental catastrophes.
15 September 2015
Cats have a natural ability to employ their cuteness in order to guilt us into giving them as much food as possible. However, some types of food which owners commonly think make great treats can actually be quite harmful. Here are the top foods which you might want to give your cat – but shouldn't. Tuna Cats just love tuna – but a little too much for their own good. Cats can actually become addicted to tuna very quickly, and may become so enamoured with it that they turn up their noses at anything else, so even tuna flavoured cat food should really be avoided.