22 11, 2017

Adopting a Senior Pet from the Shelter

2018-08-09T20:06:10+00:00

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For one reason or another, senior pets are often overlooked by prospective adopters. But, as supporters of animal welfare and, since November is designated as Adopt a Senior Pet Month, we’re here to tell you – senior pets make GREAT companion animals. And the truth is, unless more people are willing to give them a chance – they might stay at the shelter forever! On the plus side, this means that if you are looking for

Adopting a Senior Pet from the Shelter 2018-08-09T20:06:10+00:00
13 11, 2017

What is Feline Stomatitis?

2018-08-09T20:10:11+00:00

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Feline stomatitis is a common, painful and very serious oral inflammation that can affect cats of all breeds and ages, although some breeds such as Himalayans, Persians, and Somalis are more prone to developing symptoms than others. There is no single specific cause associated with stomatitis (also known as chronic gingivostomatitis or CGS), though the buildup of plaque triggers the initial inflammation. With some cases, it is thought there is an autoimmune component to this disease,

What is Feline Stomatitis? 2018-08-09T20:10:11+00:00
6 11, 2017

Why is My Pet Peeing Indoors?

2018-08-09T20:22:34+00:00

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It’s a pretty unpleasant occurrence, but peeing inside the house is an issue most pet owners have to deal with at some point in time. While it’s a common problem with puppies and kittens, the issue should subside once they’re properly trained. If your adult pet has suddenly begun passing urine indoors, however, there’s usually a basic behavioral snag or an underlying medical issue that’s causing the problem. In this blog we’ll take a look at

Why is My Pet Peeing Indoors? 2018-08-09T20:22:34+00:00