With the Easter holiday behind us, you or your kids may be the proud owner of a brand new pet bunny. Bunnies are cute, but it's important to know how to properly care for them. Are you wondering how to take care of a pet rabbit? What supplies do you need? What kind of food
If you have a cat or dog, spaying and neutering might come to the forefront of your mind. Spaying or neutering your pet is a responsible procedure for nearly any pet owner. However, this is also a major surgery for your furry friend. Many pet owners have questions and concerns when it comes to spay
Anyone who is a pet owner knows that leaving our furry friends behind is hard to do, especially if you’re going on vacation and need to find someone trustworthy to care for them while you’re gone. But the area is saturated with pet boarding options, and all you really want is for your pet to
After more than a year of cuddling at your feet or walking across your laptop as you Zoomed into meetings from home, your cat may become stressed when you start going into the office. Separation anxiety in cats is more common than most people think. There are many simple strategies that can help you prepare
We see our dogs do it all the time—sniff another canine’s backside. Inquiring minds want to know: why does your dog sniff your rear end? If you haven’t wondered it aloud yourself, you are bound to encounter a young child who will do just that. After reading today’s blog post, you will be ready to
If you’ve found a rescue dog to adopt through a verified shelter or animal rescue, there are a few things you need to do before you bring the dog home. You'll want to prepare your home and establish ground rules with all family members before the dog arrives. You also have to allow time for
Whether you choose to work with a dog rescue in Smyrna, GA or one that is located out of the area (including out of state), doing your research is crucial to the success of your dog adoption. So, you are ready to adopt a rescue dog. Where should you begin? In Part 1 of our
Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses. The coronaviruses cause cold-like illnesses in people, while others cause illness in certain types of animals, such as cattle, camels, and bats. Other coronaviruses, such as canine and feline coronaviruses, infect only animals and do not infect humans. Some coronaviruses that infect animals can be spread to humans
Although it may seem straight out of a sci-fi movie, the danger of worms is a serious reality for your pets. Most worms and parasites are a threat to pets who have more access to the outdoors and other animals. It is important to be able to identify, treat, and prevent each of these worms.
We love our dogs and just like humans, they go through changes and developments throughout their life. Dogs who are otherwise on their best behavior can suddenly display signs of bad behavior. Considering that pets have no sense of morality, they do not do something since it's "incorrect" or "right." They simply do whatever works.