The holiday season is a joyous time of year for you and your loved ones. If you aren’t vigilant, however, the celebrations can result in disaster for your furry friend. Accidents are common at this time of year due to the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. In fact, some seemingly safe things could pose a major threat to your pet.
Many animal lovers are drawn to cats because - compared to dogs - they are relatively self-sufficient. They clean themselves, don’t need to be let in and out several times each day, and don’t need to go out for walks. Because of their self-sufficient nature, though, many pet parents fail to provide the veterinary care their feline friends need. Even strictly indoor cats should be seen by vets annually. Keep reading to find out why!
As an animal lover, you are likely passionate about ensuring your pets receive the care they need in order to remain happy and healthy. You feed them high-quality food, make sure they get plenty of exercise, keep them up-to-date on vaccines, etc. But there is one important thing that you may be missing: Dental care.
When you are a pet parent, an emergency involving your beloved companion is likely one of your worst nightmares. No one wants to imagine their best friend suddenly coming down with a serious illness, suffering an unexpected injury, or ingesting a toxic or poisonous substance. Unfortunately, these types of things can - and all too often