Celebrate National Holistic Pet Day as holistic veterinarian Dr. Dym answers top pet health questions.
Feeding a sick dog can be a challenge. When your pet has vomiting and/or diarrhea, even the highest quality food may be harsh on a sensitive stomach. During times of such acute illness, veterinarians often prescribe a bland diet. Though it sounds simple, many of us barely have time to cook for ourselves, let alone for our pets. Learn why Under the Weather Chicken & Rice Freeze Dried Bland Diet […]
Ask yourself: When was the last time your cat saw a veterinarian? Cats seem so independent, it sometimes feels as though our little feline friends hardly need our assistance. In fact, while there are more cats than dogs in U.S. homes, dogs receive more regular veterinary care. When it comes to cats, pet parents often wait until they see signs that their cat is feeling under the weather before scheduling […]
Plants and flowers are a lovely way to bring the outdoors into your home, but have you ever caught your dog or cat nibbling a leaf or petal? Many pets like to eat plants, grass and flowers. While there are various reasons for this behavior, from trying to fill nutritional gaps to just liking the taste, eating plants can be dangerous for your pet. In fact, some plants can be […]
Your pets are members of your family so of course you want to celebrate their birthdays. Many adopted pets have unknown birth dates though, leaving pet parents guessing or picking random days to celebrate. That’s why “DOGust the 1st” was introduced in 2008 by North Shore Animal League America to serve as the universal shelter dog (or shelter pet) birthday. Since then, DOGust has been a day to recognize and celebrate […]