How do I Care for a Snake?
Are you considering adopting a snake? Our Snake Care Guide will help you make the right choices with tips and advice on how to care for your pet snake.
What To Do if you See a Tick
Found a mysterious creepy crawly thing on your pet? Wondering whether to panic? Let's talk about ticks, those tiny little creatures that can be so dangerous to your pet.
Why Does My Dog Fart Constantly?
There can be several reasons for flatulence in dogs and most of these are not serious.
Creative Ways to Include your Dog this Christmas
Our four-legged friends are just as much a part of our family as the two-legged variety. Here are a few tips on how to include them in your Christmas celebrations.
How to Train Your Cat to Use the Litter Box
Does your cat have litter box issues, or are you getting a new kitten? If you answered “Yes” to either question then this article is for you.
Why Is My Dog Limping? When to Worry and What to...
It's also hard to know when to go to the vet if your dog starts limping. Do you need to pick up and go right...
Why Your Dog or Cat May Have Fleas, Even if You...
Is your pet itchy but you have check over and over again and never seen a flea? Is your vet saying they have fleas but you disagree? If so, please read on.
How to Treat your Dog’s Wounds at Home
When your dog is injured it can be a stressful situation for both you and your pup. To help ease everyone’s anxiety, it is...
Feline Upper Respiratory Infection and How to Treat
If your cat is sneezing, has a runny nose or is squinting its eyes a lot, chances are it is suffering from something called cat flu - a viral infection that is easily spread from one feline to the next.
Hair Loss in Cats
Cats are meticulous groomers, and with routine coat care plus a high-quality diet, most cats have healthy and shiny coats. But some cats can...
Choosing Soft Toys That Are Safe For Your Pet
Buying toys for your pets is like buying toys for your toddler. Be sure to follow these pet safety tips to reduce the risk of injury to your furry friend.
5 Questions to Ask Before Getting Your Next Pet
Deciding to get a new furry family member is an exciting time. There are so many cute, playful, loving cats and dogs out there - but how do you choose your perfect forever friend?
Walking Your Cat (Yes, it can be done!)
With the proper training and preparation, walking with your cat can be an enjoyable and enriching experience for both of you. It will help satisfy your cat’s instinctual outdoor appetite and it provides a great bonding experience unlike any indoor activity.
My Cat Won’t Eat! What Should I Do?
Helping your cat to like a new food or transition onto a special diet, or perhaps even eat when he may be a little under the weather or unable to smell can be a challenge. Here we share some hints and tips to encourage your cat to eat.
How to Prevent and Treat Worms in Dogs
If your dog has intestinal worms, then any of the worming treatments can be used. There is no worming treatment that is 100% effective. Heartworm is more challenging to treat. Killing the worms can cause even more inflammation in your dog's blood vessels, and his symptoms may worsen significantly. For this reason, treating them is a two-step process.
How Long Do Cats Live: Aging and Your Cat
The first thing to stress about aging in cats is that aging itself is not a disease. There are some normal changes that your cat will undergo. There are also some abnormal changes that we need to pay close attention to.
What to Look For in a Dog Boarding Kennel
Planning a holiday, renovations or a house move, and need to board your dog somewhere? We put together some guidelines to help you choose the right place.
Training Your Pet to See the Vet
When it comes to your pet’s health, a lot can change in the span of one year. Therefore, many veterinarians recommend semi-annual visits, but...
Old Dog Syndrome: What is Vestibular Disease in Dogs?
A common but scary thing to see in older dogs is a neurologic condition that is often referred to as old dog syndrome. The...
10 Worst Foods For Your Dog
Dogs love to eat. The problem is that some of your favourite foods are simply no good for your canine companion's health or wellbeing.
Why is My Cat Vomiting?
Most cats vomit occasionally, so how do you know when to worry? The trick is to recognize when the cat is unwell or has a problem behind the sickness.