No dog owner wants their furry baby to fall sick. If their illness requires medical intervention via vet surgery, it could put you into a panic. Fortunately, not all surgeries pose a tremendous threat to your pet's life. In some cases, the surgery that your pet needs could be a routine procedure that is typically carried out at your local vet! To help you deal with the prospect of your pet requiring vet surgery, here three routine procedures that your dog may need from your local pet clinic:
Your cat may seem to be one of the most independent members of your household, but your furry friend is just as vulnerable to illness as you are and your loved ones are. And although some cat illnesses are simply a passing bug that will not pose any serious risk to their health, some diseases require critical care, or they can become exacerbated into something more serious. Pet owners who have never cared for a cat before may not know how to discern the difference.
An indoor cat will live between 12 to 15 years, so it is not uncommon for a cat owner to find themselves needing to board their pet while they head off on holiday. As someone who is in this situation, but who has an elderly cat, there is concern about how to protect your old kitty from getting the flu while being boarded. You will be taking your feline to the vet shortly, but you have heard some vets do not recommend vaccinating a cat when they are older.
If you would like some advice on how you can make sure that your pet is healthy and happy, you have come to the right place. My name is Rich and last year I bought my first pets. I got a cat from an animal rescue centre and a dog from a friend who was moving abroad. A lot of people think a cat and a dog cannot peacefully coexist but they are wrong. However, in order to create a happy home life for your pets, you need to know how to look after them. The guy from mu local pet centre has been really helpful and has given me lots of expert advice which as helped me to look after my cat and dog. I hope you like this blog.