Every January, 1-800-PetMeds Cares™ celebrates Change a Pet’s Life Day by helping three adoptable pets receive the medical care they need through the Change a Pet’s Life Contest. The first-place winner in this year’s contest is a pug puppy, named Simpson. Simpson was hit by a car at the end of December and suffered a broken pelvis, road rash and a large open wound on his right hind leg, exposing […]
Change a Pet’s Life Day was established to encourage pet adoption and draw attention to the many homeless pets in the U.S. In honor of the day, we founded a grant contest in 2015 to provide medical care grants to adoptable pets across the country. Over the past two years, the Change a Pet’s Life Contest has granted funds to help a former puppy mill breeder, Regina, regain her health […]
Here at PetMeds, we love our pets and want them to stay happy and healthy. Regular veterinary care is one of the most important steps you can take to ensure that your beloved furry friend stays healthy. The newest PetMeds commercial, “We Love Our Vets,” is a friendly reminder that to help keep your dog or cat healthy, most veterinarians recommend annual checkups, heartworm tests, and monthly heartworm prevention, as […]
The following is a contribution from Zach at Vet Set Go, a community designed for aspiring veterinarians. Dr. Chris Carpenter shares tips on how we can make the most out of that important trip to the vet. The annual Take Your Cat to the Vet Day is August 22nd. If it has been a year or more since you last took your cat to the vet, this would be the […]
Regina is the winner of the 2016 1-800-PetMeds Change a Pet’s Life Contest. To learn more about the contest, please visit the contest page here. Change a Pet’s Life Day is today and to celebrate, PetMeds is helping one adoptable, former puppy mill dog receive the necessary surgery she needs to be happy and healthy!
Many animal guardians have a preconceived notion that animals only need routine yearly vaccinations, going to the veterinarian only when pets are acutely ill and consequently often presenting as a crisis to the veterinary clinic. It is important, however, to understand that the word “doctor” literally means “teacher” in Latin. It is very important to maintain a relationship with a competent veterinarian who can help guide your pet’s preventative care […]