Believe it or not, cat grooming at home is possible. The thought of getting a bath from someone other than themselves might send your cat into a feline frenzy, but grooming your cat at home is easier (with fewer scratches!) than you think.
All cats require some kind of grooming. Most cats are perfectly capable of grooming themselves; however, sometimes they need a little extra TLC when it comes to nail trimmings and the like.
Grooming sessions aren’t just about keeping your feline looking fine. Keeping their coats clean, nails trimmed, and skin healthy offers physical comfort and reduces hairball accumulation and shedding.
For a successful grooming session, there are a few rules to follow. While they may never be thrilled with the process, these things can help make a more peaceful grooming session. Read More »
Has your dog ever eaten a bee? If they have, you are aware of the concerning, yet adorable, transformation of their sweet little faces into puffy, swollen snouts. So, why do they eat bees, and what should you do if your dog chows down on one?
If you aren’t familiar with the look, a quick search on Google will result in loads of hilarious photos of dogs who have had close encounters with bees. While it’s adorable and quite funny, a bee sting can lead to a more serious reaction from your canine. Read More »
There’s nothing cuter than watching your cat or kitten pounce around on the floor with their favorite toys. A cat’s curiosity is always entertaining!
But cat toys aren’t all fun and games. Playing with toys has real health benefits for cats and kittens. It helps them maintain a healthy weight, boost their mood, avoid chronic health conditions, and keep them mentally sharp!
Like humans completing word puzzles and strategy games, cats also need to limber up their brains with fun and engaging activities.
Plus, playing with your cat can strengthen your relationship, too. Check out a few excellent recommendations for fun toys for you and your feline friend!Read More »
A happy cat means a happy owner and vice versa, right? In many ways, cats are just like humans, requiring many of the same basic necessities. Create a cozy space for your cat, exercise, eat right, and do more to keep you and your cat the best of friends.
Contrary to popular belief, cats need just as much attention as dogs. In fact, a recent study found that less than half of feline companions receive regular visits to their veterinarian. That’s an alarming number of cats not receiving the care they need and deserve.
Because cats are so low maintenance and don’t require regular walks or trips to the park, people often mistake them for not needing as much love and care as dogs, but that’s quite the opposite!
Along with the basic wellness checks, cats also crave attention and love from their owners. After all, their humans are likely the only interaction they have most of the time.Read More »
This is the BEST VET I have ever taken a pet to!
I took my 12 week old puppy for a "vet check up" and they treated him like he was their own! Dr. Susan was very helpful and answered all of my questions and made sure I understood, she gave me suggestions on how to crate and potty train my new little friend too. I was very happy would refer this practice to anyone that asked. I am taking my puppy back in two weeks for sure!
My dog stayed for just over a week and I couldn’t be happier with the service I and my pup got. Immediately upon entering we were greeted and they knew exactly who we were, even though we had never been there. The check in process was smooth, and I felt very comfortable leaving my pup. When picking up I received a report card telling me how my pup did, she made herself right at home! The check out process was seamless and quick. Before evening checking me out they called back for my pup to be brought up so it was fast and easy. Would highly recommend, and we will surly be back!
They were wonderful. The place is very clean. They are reasonably priced. They should let future customers know ahead of time more about the feeding situation. For example, the customer should know to bring in his or her own wet food, if that is the daily intake. Dry pet food is supplied. I would recommend.Tip to Tail. Correction, Tipp to Tail.
I was amazed by everything that everyone did. When I wanted to check up on my 2 Boys when they were there, the were very prompt about letting me know how they were doing. Now, I did have 10 year old Basset with hip and back problems, and 3 yrs old Siberian Husky who can be a handful too. They sent pictures of my boys letting me see they were doing well. They let me know when my Husky wouldn't eat and if they could try other options for feeding due to his anxiety. They are very helpful!! I would refer anyone here, as I was thoroughly happy with the service I received. 😊