Three Ways To Improve Your Cat's Oral Health

Cats can develop cavities and gum disease like anyone else, but it's unfortunately common for cats' oral health to be neglected. This can lead to tooth loss and severe pain; in fact, most cats over the age of three already have some form of dental disease. If you want to either protect your cat from experiencing dental disease in the first place or to prevent your cat from experiencing future tooth loss, here are three steps you can follow at home to reduce your cat's risk. [Read More]

3 Aftercare Tips For A Cat That Has Been Declawed

There are many reasons to have a cat declawed, such as if you were concerned about your cat scratching your walls or your furniture. If you have chosen to have your cat declawed, however, it is important to make sure that you take good care of it afterward. These are a few aftercare tips to remember when you take your cat home from the vet. 1. Ask Your Vet for Pain Medication [Read More]

What To Expect When You Get Your Cat Spayed

If you've finally tamed the stray cat that's been hanging around your yard, one of the first things you'll want to do is have the cat checked out by a vet. If it's a female cat and she is in good health, your vet will probably recommend having her spayed as soon as possible. You may be concerned about how your new friend will react to such a strange procedure. If you've never had a cat spayed before, you may be wondering what to expect, too. [Read More]

Hazards For Your Pet In Your Garage & Yard

Before you allow your new pet out in your garage and yard, you need to make sure that those areas are free of hazards. Here is a brief list to help you make sure that these areas are safe for your new pet. Antifreeze It is common to keep antifreeze in your garage if you service your vehicle yourself. Antifreeze contains propylene glycol, which is dangerous for your pet to eat or consume. [Read More]