Litter boxes must be scooped daily to be hygienic. Your cat is tramping in the box and then sitting your lap!
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There three kinds of toys for pets. Action toys so that they can play with you or with other pets. Distraction toys keep them busy when alone and comfort toys as a sense of security to snooze with.
BARKBATH™ Dual Use Portable Dog Bath & Deep Cleaning System
They say that necessity is the mother of invention. This indeed sums up the innovation behind this unique pet grooming system that offers pet parents a quick and easy alternative to a traditional home bath grooming session as the bath itself doesn’t come into the equation! The BARKBATH Dual Use is truly a unique product that […]
Pet Health: Spelling It All Out
The first time I met Dr. Gary Weitzman DVM, MPH, CAWA was at his invitation to tour the world’s first kitten nursery and neonatal clinic on the San Diego campus of the San Diego Humane Society and I vowed the next feline I adopted would be from this groundbreaking and awesome facility. Several years later, […]
Fleas in Winter? You Betcha !
It may be winter, but that doesn’t mean that dog parents can relax and not worry about fleas. They are the most common external parasites to plague pets across the US and, in certain parts of the country, are a year-round problem. Left untreated, fleas can pose a serious health risk to your dog. Non-stop […]
Patients Can Play With Their Pets While in Hospital At The Purina Family Pet Center
Madison Taliaferro spent weeks in the hospital in 2012. After a decade of suffering from cystic fibrosis, she underwent a double lung transplant. She powered through the difficult surgery and the recovery that followed –long days of physical therapy and rehabilitation. Her parents were there. Her best friend visited from Kansas. Grandparents rotated shifts […]
Fighting Pet Obesity — The Key To Your Pet Living Longer — And Healthier
A healthy weight is key to both a dog’s and a cat’s overall good health. The same of course applies to for people. Its all about the symbiotic relationship between diet and exercise. Sadly, according to a survey published by the Association of Pet obesity Prevention, a startling 57.9% of cats and 52.7% of dogs […]
Does Your Dog Have A Voyce?
Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences is the first veterinary college and teaching hospital to offer the Voyce Pro Wellness Monitoring Program™ to all patients in order to better monitor their patients. Voyce Pro – designed specifically for veterinarians – enables remote observation of canine patients’ biometric data, including resting heart and […]
Pledging Your Love And Affections
There’s no question that our pets are not supposed to be couch potatoes, left alone for hours at a time. They thrive on human companionship and interactive games to keep them both mentally and physically engaged. The January window to make New Year’s resolutions may have closed already but there is always time to make […]
The Total Dog Manual
Let’s face it; there are a lot of dog books out there! There’s one for practically every popular breed, books about mutts, a how-to-do-this book and a how-to-do-that book. So if you want to beat the competition, lead the pack, and stand out on the bookshelf, you have to do it differently. So congratulations to […]