10 Signs of Dental Disease In Pets You Might Be Overlooking

Posted - February 23, 2024
By Carol Bryant, Professional Pet Blogger Dental disease in pets has a way of sneaking up on pet parents. By age three, 8 out of 10 dogs Read More

How to Perform Dental Care on Adult Dogs

Posted - February 1, 2024
By Carol Bryant, Professional Pet Blogger Dog breath. Gingivitis. Periodontal disease. Tooth decay. Oral tumors. Dogs experience various Read More

Mindful Holiday Care for Pets

Posted - December 15, 2023
By Carol Bryant, Professional Pet Blogger Ah, the holidays – a time to reflect, rejoice, and celebrate with family and friends. For Read More

Top 5 Common Thanksgiving and Holiday Hazards for Pets

Posted - November 20, 2023
By Carol Bryant, Professional Pet Blogger With the holidays in full swing, keeping an even closer eye on our precious pets is critically Read More

Feline Acne – How You Can Help Your Cat

Posted - March 28, 2023
By Patricia Thomblison, DVM, MS Did you think acne was just for teenagers? Wrong. Cats can be plagued with acne as well.  While cat Read More

Your Pet’s Dental Care

Posted - February 20, 2023
By Dr. Lindsay Butzer  As a veterinarian in a busy animal hospital, I see a lot of dental emergencies and a lot of problems that could Read More

Insight Into Five Cat Behavior Issues in Honor of National Cat Day

Posted - October 24, 2022
By Arden Moore - The Pet Health and Safety Coach™ Face the feline facts. Cats can be fussy, fascinating, frustrating, funny, and Read More

Six Reasons Why Piddle Happens in Dogs and Cats

Posted - March 22, 2022
By Arden Moore - The Pet Health and Safety Coach™ For years, your dog or cat has dutifully had good bathroom habits. Suddenly, he Read More

Be Down in Your Pet’s Mouth: Identifying and Preventing Five Dental Issues In Dogs and Cats

Posted - February 14, 2022
By Arden Moore - The Pet Health and Safety Coach™ You may love wiggling a wand toy for your ready-to-pounce cat or engage your dog Read More

How to Maintain Your Cat’s Dental Health

Posted - February 7, 2022
By Patricia Thomblison, DVM, MS Dental disease is a common problem for cats. The older they are, the more likely they are to have tooth Read More
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