How to Keep Your Cat Calm at Night
It's 2 a.m. and everyone is fast asleep, except for your cat. Your feline friend races through the house, skidding around corners and knocking over everything in its path. Although your cat might think that the middle of the night is the perfect time for these frenzied runs, you probably disagree.
Need A Puppy Vaccination In Cape Canaveral
Whether you are a dog or cat owner or both, keeping vaccinations up-to-date is crucial in maintaining your animal’s safety.
Keeping Your Pet Safe in the Summer Heat
Here in Florida, it never really gets cold in the winter. Our northern friends get reminders about pet hazards with the change of each season, but without true seasonality, it can be easy to forget how dangerous heat really can be for our pets.
Stop Dog Urine from Destroying Your Lawn
A well-kept lawn makes us both feel good about ourselves and look good to others. But when our pups insist on peeing in the same area over and over, it can really take a toll on our beautiful backyards.
New Year, New Budget: Pet Budgeting Tips
Whether you’re getting a new pet this year or just looking for ways to save money on current pet expenses, here’s some tips we think will help.
Tips and Tricks for Picky Eaters
Is your dog a picky eater? When it’s time to eat, do you notice him only sniffing and licking his food rather than gobbling it up? Maybe when you go to feed him dinner you notice that he hasn’t even finished lunch!
Hearty, Healthy, and Homemade: Great Recipes for Your Dog
Food is the most important thing we buy for our dogs. Good nutrition is essential to healthy teeth, skin, muscles, and the overall wellbeing of our pets. While many dog food manufacturers are dedicated to making sure they are providing healthy dog food to their customers, the best way to ensure your dog food has healthy ingredients is to make it yourself! Whether it’s a special occasion or you just love to experiment in the kitchen, here are some delicious dog food recipes for you to try out.
Canine Influenza Outbreak
On June 16, the University of Florida confirmed that more than 20 dogs have been diagnosed with Canine Influenza (H3N2). They also note that cases seen by veterinarians outside the college cannot be tracked since Canine Influenza not considered a reportable disease by the state.
Why is My Pet Suddenly Aggressive?
Nothing is more terrifying or confusing for a pet owner than when your typically easy-going and friendly pet suddenly attacks another animal, child, or you. The answer to why your pet has suddenly become aggressive isn’t always clear. In any case, if your pet exhibits acts of aggressiveness, it is imperative that you address it before it becomes a habit.
Are Rabies Vaccinations Necessary Anymore?
Some pet owners believe that because it isn’t as common, or because their pet stays mostly indoors, they can opt out of getting this life-saving vaccination.
Gum Disease Prevention
There is no question that it is incredibly important to practice good oral healthcare for our pets in order to maintain their overall health. Gum disease poses a particular problem for dogs, who are five times more likely to develop the disease than humans. If your dog’s gums are not properly maintained, the effects can make devastating impacts on vital organs like the kidneys, liver, and heart.
Did You Know: Manatees
Manatees have a special place in every Floridian’s heart, but do we really know one of our favorite sea creatures as well as we think we do?
Dealing with a Dog Who Bites
It can be quite a shock when your own dog bites you, and even more horrifying if she bites other people! Still, millions of Americans are bitten by dogs every year, many needing medical attention after the fact. All dogs are capable of biting, so it is important to understand the common triggers so that you can prevent these instances of dog aggression.
Preparing Your Pet for Natural Disasters
Floridians are no strangers to disasters. Hurricanes, floods, sinkholes, you name it – we got it. With a major emergency happening in Florida at least once a year, you’d think Florida pet parents would be well-prepared. But just in case, here’s some tips to make sure your pet is prepared when disaster strikes.
It’s THAT Time of Year Again
It’s time to talk about your pets and making sure to never leave a pet in a hot vehicle. While the goal should be to not leave your furry loved ones unattended in a vehicle no matter what time of year it is, summer temperatures can escalate things quickly.
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