Category: August 2012 Newsletter A
As cats age, they may experience some difficulty defecating, or constipation. Cat constipation symptoms include straining to defecate over a period of time, very hard feces and sometimes small amounts of fresh blood in the feces.
When you adopt… There are many things to consider when adopting a new pet, especially if you have other animals.
My pug is nearly 30 pounds and my groomer and vet say that my dog is overweight and need to lose 8 pounds. He runs around the house all the time and I feel that he gets enough exercise. What can I do to get him to lose the weight? Is it the food I feed him? I only feed him 3 cups once a day and do not want to reduce the feed any more. Please help!!!!
If you're the proud owner of a dog or cat, chances are you've dealt with a few "hairy" situations. These may include giving office presentations in a suit comprised of more cat hair than wool, rushing a guest to the emergency room after your dog hair encrusted couch triggers an allergic reaction or picking pet hair out of the brownies you baked for your son's kindergarten class. Fortunately, there are ways to combat the situation. Consider the following methods to de-fur your home of pet hair.
Parasites… ew! Parasites can cause some major problems for your family pets. Learn how to treat and prevent parasites, and keep all your pets healthy.