Canine influenza can spread and be contracted fairly easily, and the only sure way to protect your dog from contracting the flu is with low-risk, highly effective vaccination.
It’s no secret that having pets improves the quality of our lives, but pet ownership has actually been scientifically shown to improve our mental health, too.
Summer’s a fun season to be a pet owner because there are so many opportunities for enjoying the outdoors together. While you play, these tips will keep your pets safe from the heat.
Whether they love furry friends or not, many humans are allergic to cats and dogs. But did you know that our pets can also suffer from similar allergies?
Studies have shown that pet owners – especially those with dogs – are up to four times more active than their petless counterparts. While you work from home and practice social distancing, fight the urge to give into couch-potato-dom because staying active is important for physical and mental wellbeing.
Novel Coronavirus and Your Pets: What You Need to Know While novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV2) responsible for the disease COVID-19, continues to affect the world, many pet owners are social distancing, sheltering in place, or quarantined while wondering whether the virus can have any effect on their pets. Are Cats and Dogs at Risk of Contracting …