Examining Your Pets Stool

Whether you are a cat or dog owner, knowing what is considered normal or healthy stool for your pet is important. Abnormalities of your pet’s stool could be a sign of something more serious. Dr. Jonathan Lidbury, assistant professor at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, said regularly looking at your […]

Diets for Pets with Liver Disease

Have you ever been in a restaurant and noticed a strange dish on the menu? You may have seen the word “liver” and cringed with disgust. Though there are many benefits in consuming liver, it is not a common meal that you might serve during family fun night. You may find this part of the […]

Benefits of Interacting with Cats

We’ve all heard the saying, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away!” But have you ever considered interacting with your pet as another way to prevent doctor visits? Many people are experiencing the social and health benefits of interacting with their four-legged cat and dog friends. The proof is not only evident in happy […]


Show Buttons
Hide Buttons