Spring is just around the corner. This means you and your pet can go outside and start enjoying some outdoor activities. However, after a long, cold winter, your dog or cat may have put on some extra weight, and it might have a little difficulty moving around from spending too much time indoors. It is why this blog is dedicated to helping you help your pet get in shape for spring.
Archive - February 2016
If you have been monitoring the news lately, there have been a lot of stories about the Zika virus. As a service to the community, we have prepared this short question and answer blog to help people understand a little more about the Zika virus and what they can do about it.
Is your cat experiencing any one or more of following symptoms: unable to urinate or urinating in small amounts, cloudy or blood urine, dribbling urine, increased trips to the litter box to urinate, constant licking of its urinary opening, a strong odor of ammonia in its urine? If yes, your four-legged friend might be suffering from Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD).
If your dog or cat is suffering from regular episodes of vomiting, diarrhea, or constipation, it may be suffering from an imbalance of good vs. bad bacteria. If this is the case, you might want to consider introducing some probiotics into your pet’s diet.
Being the president of one the most powerful countries in the world is not an easy task. You need to have a loyal cabinet, a strong Joint Chiefs of Staff, and a dedicated group of men and women who are willing, ready, and able to implement your policies and ideas for the good of the country.
You also need a trusted companion. Someone who is willing stay by your side through thick and thin. Someone who is willing to take walks with you while you ponder global issue. Someone who always gets excited when you walk into a room. You need a pet.