The Aging Senior Cat

Are you a  cat owner or thinking about adopting one. Have you ever thought about what to expect when your cat becomes a senior? Or perhaps thinking of adopting a senior cat.

Whatever you decide knowing the signs of aging in your pet is important.  The signs can be as suttle as your cat does not play as much as before or your pets sleep patterns are different. Of course if you suspect that these patterns are related to a medical condition call your veterinarian. 

Read more about this topic via Petplace.

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Disclaimer: “This content is strictly the opinion of the author and owner is not claiming to be an expert in this topic”. Consult your Veterinary Professional  for all medical advice and treatment/training.

Making Your New Pet Feel at Home

Are you wanting to add a pet to your family? If so making a cat/dog feel at home from day one is so important. 

The New York Times points out exactly what can be done to make this be a very positive experience for your new furry family member. 

Disclaimer: “This content is strictly the opinion of the author and owner is not claiming to be an expert in this topic”. Consult your Veterinary Professional  for all medical advice and treatment/training.

 

 

 

How to Prepare your Pet for a Natural Diaster

Pet emergencies can consist of anything at   any given time. However have you ever asked yourself am I truly prepared for the ultimate emergency such as a Natural Diaster ?   

A Natural Diaster can happen in all parts of the country from Hurricanes to Tropical Storms or even chemical spills.  

 Below are some articles we found helpful from PetPlace.com as we approach 2017 Hurricane Season. 

 

Plan Now to Protect Your Dog in a Natural Diaster

Keeping Your Dog Safe when a Diaster Strikes

Pet Owners Not Prepared for an Emergency...Are You? 

  Disclaimer: “This content is strictly the opinion of the author and owner is not claiming to be an expert in this topic”. Consult your Veterinary Professional  for all medical advice,emergency preparedness and treatment/training. 

 

 

 

 

 

The Retired Greyhound

The Retired Greyhound

The Greyhound is a sighthound which has been historically bred for coursing  game and Greyhound racing. It is a gentle and intelligent breed with powerful long legs deep chest and flexible spine. They have a slim build that allows it to reach average race speeds of 40mph. The Greyhound can reach a full speed  43 mph within 32 yards or six strides from the boxes, traveling at almost 20 meters per second for the first 250 meters of a race.