Pet Health

Treatment & Care

Pet obesity is a common health problem. Obesity can lead to numerous other health problems, reduced quality of life, and even years of pain for pets. Many people don’t worry too much about a little extra weight, but even a pound or two can have a drastic impact on your animal’s future health. Cats in […]

Treatment & Care

Is your home puppy-proof? New puppy owners need to carefully consider this before bringing their new canine companion home. By making sure your home is fully prepared for your new puppy, you can help make the transition easier for the puppy and every member of your family. Stock Up on Good Pet Food Choose healthy […]

Conditions, Pet Health

Humans with allergies dread the spring season. They suffer from stuffed noses, breathing difficulties, headaches, and worse symptoms from the pollen-inundated air. Dogs also suffer from allergies, but the symptoms of allergic reactions in dogs aren’t necessarily as obvious as they are in humans. To help you prevent and identify allergic reactions in your dog, […]

Pet Health, Pet Safety

Many Arizonans and their dogs enjoy the warmth and beauty of the Arizona desert. There is plenty of sunshine to encourage you to hit the many hiking trails in the wilderness of the desert countryside. However, hiking comes with its dangers (especially as mild winter weather turns to hotter spring temperatures), and you should be […]

1st Pet News, Pet Health

As a responsible pet parent, you take great strides to ensure your cat is fed quality food, loved, and taken to the vet whenever they are sick. However, there is a feline virus that you might have heard of that can wreak havoc on your cat's health and spread to the other cats in your [...]
1st Pet News, Pet Health, Treatment & Care

If you’re a blood donor, you may be aware that January is National Blood Donor Month. While the Red Cross focuses on human donors, the beginning of the year is a good time for pet owners to remember that animals can also need transfusions due to illness or injuries. The animal blood banks are looking […]