When You Might Need To Hire A Dog Walker

Dogs are great pets to have. But if you own one, you know that they do require a lot of care. Sometimes you're unable to provide the very best care for your dog and are left wondering what you can do. One solution to some of your pet's needs is hiring a dog walker. Many people don't realize the value of a dog walker. If your specific situation is in this list below, you and your dog may quickly learn the benefit of these professionals in preventing loneliness, depression, and obesity. Read More 

The Benefits Of Getting A Dog For Your Autistic Child

Raising an autistic child can be challenging and as a parent, you may try a variety of different things to help your child grow, advance, and develop. One thing you may not have yet tried is getting a dog. Autistic children can benefit greatly from having a pet dog, but you should make sure you choose the right type and discuss this with your child's doctor and with your veterinarian before you get one. Read More 

3 Good Reasons To Get Your Pet Spayed Or Neutered

When you choose to get a pet, you take on the responsibility of making sure that your pet is healthy. Taking your pet to see a veterinarian on a regular basis is the easiest way to do that. Your vet will tell you everything you need to do to keep your pet healthy. One of the first things they are going to tell you is to make sure that you get your new pet spayed or neutered. Read More 

Is Your Cat Just Hyper Or Do They Have A Thyroid Problem?

You frequently see your adult cat race from one end of the house to the other. When not running through the house, they seem to be at the food or water dish, or in the litter box. Some cats are just that active, but a disease called hyperthyroidism is common in adult cats. This speeds up their metabolism and makes it difficult to settle down. This is a treatable disease and, if diagnosed with hyperthyroidism, your cat can live a long life. Read More 

Restless Nights With Your Pet? 4 Possible Causes Of Your Pet’s Nighttime Behavior

When you don't feel well, for whatever reason, it often keeps you up at night. You can't sleep and are restless. Well, the same thing can happen to your pet. If you are suffering from restless nights due to your pet constantly licking, scratching and performing similar behaviors, it may be time to visit your local veterinarian to find out what is going on and develop a course of treatment. In the meantime, here are four potential causes: Read More