Despite its name, Ringworm is actually a fungal infection and has no relation whatsoever to worms
No doubt much to your surprise, you should bathe your dog (or cat) only when really needed ~ in m
The pet food market is VERY large and VERY confusing with ENDLESS different brands and sub-brands
When to clip your dog's claws depends on the amount of exercise your dog gets and, importantly, t
A cat "in heat" or "in season" has become biologically receptive to mate and become pregnant (but
Feline acne is
...formation of blackheads accompanied by inflammation on your cat's chin and surrounding areas. It’s a mild problem and most of the time will not require treatment. It can affect any age, breed or sex but it’s mainly seen in younger cats 2-4 years of age. Causes of feline acne vary, including poor hygiene, stress, hyperactive oil glands and reaction to certain medications.
Teeth brushing!!? For pets!!?? Oh my goodness!! What is the world coming to?!
...if your pet is a dog. Very toxic, in fact, because it contains a stimulant called theobromine which is poisonous to them.
If you think your dog has ingested some, get him to a vet quickly to establish if the amount ingested is critical or not. Your vet may decide to induce vomiting, a preventative measure which attempts to curtail the absorption in his gut of the theobromine, and will probably give him other supportive medication too.
Don't be blue or embarrassed (well, maybe a little embarrassed) if your pet is overweight, or eve
A certain amount of itching and scratching is normal for all dogs (you knew that, right?), so it'
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