Even though your dog may spend most of his or her time indoors when you’re at home, you may still want to purchase a doghouse for when you’re gone for the day. It will provide him or her with a shaded place to lay down out of the dirt and shelter if it should suddenly rain. These tips can help ensure that you buy the perfect doghouse for your pet.
When you are the loving parent of several fur babies, life can get pretty expensive pretty fast. Before long, you have to worry about veterinary surgeries, expensive medications, and all kinds of other expenses. That does not even begin to count the amount you will be spending on grooming, food, and home furnishings (both ones bought exclusively for the pets, and those to replace the ones intended for human use that your babies destroy… by accident).
Tis the time of year where the majority of people are focused on finding the perfect gift for their loved ones. However, for pet owners, it is a never ending battle of trying to keep the Christmas tree upright and decorated and keeping our pets safe.
If there is one subject that is guaranteed to make everyone squirm it is worms. No one wants to talk about them, much less see them, however keeping on top of worm management is a vital part of pet ownership. Animals that are not wormed regularly run the risk of contracting potentially devastating infestations, not to mention the risk of passing them on to other members of the household – both animal and human. As well as helping to keep their pet healthy and happy, owners who carry out regular parasite control through their trusted vets can even benefit from lower pet insurance premiums, so here we get to grips with why worming is a must for our four legged friends.