New Kitty Undergoing Surgery? Why Your Other Pets Should Be Boarded

Introducing a new cat to the family can be a difficult task, especially if you have other pets. However, that's not the only time that difficulties can arise. If your new cat is about to undergo surgery, whether to be spayed, neutered, or something else, it may be a bad idea to bring your kitty home to the rest of your pets. Here are three good reasons why boarding your pet family is a good idea for the wellness of your new cat. [Read More]

4 Expenses To Consider Before Purchasing A Teacup Yorkie

Teacup Yorkshire Terriers are a popular, sought-after dog these days. Inexperienced pet owners may assume that a smaller dog is cheaper to maintain than a large breed. But because these dainty dogs are bred to be tiny and are often the runts of a litter, they can be more delicate than regular Yorkies. This can result in higher maintenance costs.  Before you take the plunge as a teacup Yorkie owner, you should make sure you can afford all of the care your little companion will need during their life. [Read More]

3 Reasons Why Reptiles Make Good Pets For Families With Allergies

Do you have a child who has been begging for a pet but someone in your family is allergic to pet hair and dander? Have you been trying to come up with an idea that will satisfy your child without having to cause an allergic reaction in the family member with the allergy? Sometimes, it's just not possible to be able to be able to make everyone happy. On the other hand, there are ways to compromise without endangering anyone's health. [Read More]

Is Your Dog Entering The Gray Stage? How To Provide Care Through Its Advancing Years

If your dog is walking a little slower than it once did, it might be showing signs of age. As your dog enters its senior years, it may experience some of the same health problems that affect humans. As your dogs' caregiver, it's up to you to make sure its changing needs are taken care of during it's advancing years. Here are some tips that will help you care for your dog as it enters the senior years. [Read More]