See A Vet If Your Dog Has Suddenly Begun To Snore

Some dog breeds are known for snoring heavily. These dogs often have faces that are somewhat pushed in, and while the snoring may occasionally be disruptive to you, it's not necessarily something to worry about. What can be a concern, however, is when you have a dog that has begun to snore regularly after rarely snoring in the past. This should cause you to see a local veterinarian, as it may be a warning sign of a problem for your pet. Read More 

Reasons That Your Veterinarian May Elect To Remove Your Dog’s Lipoma

Dogs can develop lipomas on their bodies at any stage of life, but this growth can particularly be common as a dog gets older. A lipoma is a mass of fat that can appear in many different areas of the animal's body. The most important thing for a dog owner to know is that a lipoma is not related to cancer, which means that it's not particularly a concern. If you detect what you suspect to be a lipoma on your dog, however, you should see your veterinarian. Read More 

A Short Introduction To Animal Hospitals

If you are a new pet owner, you should learn about an animal hospital. This way, you know when you should be taking your pet in and what it is you can expect. Here is a short guide on animal hospital basics for new pet owners:  What an animal hospital is For people, a doctor's office is where they go for routine medical care and a hospital is where they go for emergencies. Read More 

Why Pet Cremations Make The Most Sense For The Whole Family

When it comes to trying to say goodbye to a beloved family pet you are always going to struggle to find the perfect way to do it. Many people will have different ideas and opinions and, while it is good to listen to other people's thoughts, at some point, a decision has to be made. In many cases, it is a good idea to start thinking about this in advance of the actual death of your pet, if you can tell that that time is drawing near. Read More 

Cat Dentists Do More Than Pull Teeth

As cats grow older, they often start to suffer from tooth decay and similar ailments. A way of treating this is often to pull the teeth. Usually, this procedure is done by a cat dentist. However, the commonality of tooth extractions in cats has led some people to believe that's all cat dentists do — which is not the case. Some cat tooth problems can be handled without extraction. Here are some other procedures cat dentists perform quite regularly. Read More