Flying with my pet. When asking the question, "What do I do when I 'm flying with my pet?", the first thing a pet owner has to do is be proactive advocate for his or her pet's safety.   Your advocacy begins with booking the flight, which is best done in person and not...

[embed]https://vimeo.com/200998539[/embed] How to treat fleas and ticks on your pets Most people have unrealistic expectations when it comes to how to treat fleas and ticks on their pets. Everybody would love a quick fix or magic pill that solves their problems immediately, but that is not the way the real world works. Often companies...

Cats can get heartworm disease too! Many people are familiar with canine heartworm disease, but did you know that it is a serious condition in cats? The symptoms of feline heartworm disease are vague. They can range from a slight cough, vomiting, sluggishness or difficulty breathing. And, of course, the most common-and most terrifying-indicator,...

For the past 10 years, there has been a noticeable decline in cat visits to the veterinarian. This likely started during the recession for monetary reasons. However, it may have persisted because cats seem to be fairly low-maintenance pets. However, the primary reason for annual examinations by a veterinarian is...

Are you Giving Your Pet Supplements that Could Be Tainted Products or Fraudulent? A 2013 study by the Canadian government estimated that there are more than 65,000 dietary supplements and nutraceuticals on the market, consumed by more than 150 million Americans and their pets. The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA)...