Putting your felines on a raw food diet can be beneficial, and it could help improve your feline’s health. When you switch to a raw food diet, your cat will not be susceptible to urinary tract infection, inflammation, obesity, and diabetes. Of course, you still need to focus on the balanced nutrition but it could be a good idea when you know how to choose the best food to include in your cat’s diet.
If you have a cat with claws, you know how much they like to scratch. It’s not just a habit, though—it’s something more. Scratching enables cats to keep their claws in good shape—sharp, and not too long. It’s also a good chance for cats to mark their space. However, if your cats scratch and destroy your furniture or other things in your house then you won’t be happy with your pet.
Your pet is a unique individual with their own abilities, personality, wants, and needs. Part of keeping them happy and healthy is making sure that you choose the diet, supplements, exercise program, and overall daily care that is best for your special dog or cat.
Do you have your recommended dental appointments scheduled for this year? How about for your dog or cat? February is Pet Dental Health Month, and it’s an important reminder that just like you, your pets can experience plaque and tartar build up that can eventually lead to periodontal disease.
As your cat gets older, their needs can change. They may require a different diet, or need a little bit of extra help with getting around your house. Here are our best tips for keeping your senior cat healthy and happy.
Finding the right veterinarian is important due to the fact that they will help you make many significant decisions about your pet’s care. Looking for a new vet, whether you moved or an old favorite retired, is a process that you should devote some time to.
Many of us like to prepare the majority of our food ourselves in order to ensure that it is safe and as nutritious as possible. Have you also considered a similar diet for your senior cat?
Most people know that one calendar year is roughly equal to seven years of aging in a dog, but did you know that your twelve year old cat is roughly equal to a 64 year old person? One way that you can help your older cat stay healthy is to choose the right food for them, including making adjustments as they age or are diagnosed with certain common conditions. Here is our overview on how to choose a senior cat food that will benefit your pet’s health and quality of life.
November the perfect time to consider bringing and older pet into your life, as it is officially Adopt a Senior Pet Month. Concerned about adopting an older companion? Don’t be: They are just as loving and loyal as kittens and puppies, while typically requiring much less training. Here is some additional expert insight on why senior pets are the right choice for many families.