As much as we love our pets, one thing that all pet owners dread is the shedding of their hairs. Of course, these pets don’t do it intentionally, but it’s still a huge bother –particularly if you like a spotless place.
As humans, we just expect that some seasons are going to cause our allergies to flare up and we’re equipped to either deal with it or seek treatment. But for our pets, it’s not always so easy to understand what’s going on and know how to get them the relief they need.
As the weather starts to get warmer, it’s essential to keep your four-legged friends in mind! The summer season is almost here, and it’s time to consider the things you can do to keep your furry best friend as comfortable as they can be. Did you know that fleas, ticks and several other insects become most active during the summer? Follow these tips to keep your pup safe!
In the excitement of getting a new puppy, it may slip your mind that they need to be vaccinated. Since they’re so young, they are typically healthy when you first get them, so you may feel like they will be fine without the vaccines. Here is why it’s important to prioritize your puppy’s vaccinations and not delay.
Have you noticed that your dog has itchy ears? If so, you need to make sure that you get to the bottom of the issue. After all, no one likes to feel irritated and uncomfortable, do they? And, our dogs are included in this!
Most wild animals just have to deal with worms. A worm attack can be uncomfortable but it isn’t usually fatal (although it can be). There are, however, two good reasons for deworming pets. Firstly, it keeps your pets healthier and happier. Secondly, it reduces the risk of worms being transmitted to humans or other animals.
When it comes to your pets, you likely give them high-quality food, grooming, and affection. But many people think that pets don't need dental care the way humans do. Here is a guide to how you can take care of your pets' oral hygiene.
When your pet is starting to reach old age, it’s important to start paying closer attention to the little things. Subtle changes to their behavior might signal an underlying problem with their health or it could be a sign that they’re in pain.
With the holidays quickly approaching, the likelihood is that many of you will be setting sail and spending some time elsewhere – perhaps meeting up with family or getting away from the hustle and bustle of your everyday life. If you have a pup with you at home, the chances are that you won’t be taking them along with you. This can make many pet owners feel very guilty. Thankfully, Katy Veterinary Clinic offers dog boarding services in Katy, Texas!
If you’ve recently adopted a puppy or kitten, you’ve probably been told that you should get them spayed or neutered. These are some frequently asked questions you may have when it comes to considering getting your pet spayed or neutered.