Leaving Your Cat At A Boarding Kennel? 3 Ways To Prepare
10 March 2017
Dropping your cat off at a boarding kennel can make all the difference in them feeling comfortable while you're away and making sure that your cat is safe while you're gone. If you're concerned about finding the perfect kennel for your cat to stay at, you'll want to consider the following tips to ensure that their day goes smoothly while you're gone.
Pack Food and Treats
Most kennels allow the owners to bring the cat their own food from home, making it a good idea to look into finding a kennel that allows this so that your cat can be healthy while you're gone.
3 Optional Vaccines For Your Cat
4 January 2017
Not all vaccines are required for your cat to ensure their health. There are some vaccinations that are recommended more on an as needed basis, which is generally based on your cat's health history and where you live. Here are three optional vaccinations you should discuss with your veterinarian.
#1 Feline Infectious Peritonitis
This is an infection that most cats contract when they are kittens. When a kitten contracts feline infectious peritonitis, it is unfortunately often fatal.
Properly Caring For Your New Feline's Teeth
29 December 2016
If you just took in a cat to keep as a pet, you undoubtedly wish to give it the very best care so it lives a long and healthy life. It is important to take the time to care for your cat's teeth, as failing to do so can cause inflammation, tooth loss, and other health problems as a result. Although a veterinarian will conduct a tooth cleaning process during a routine visit, it is a good idea to continue with good oral hygiene practices on your cat's teeth between visits.
Tips For Training Pets For Emotional Support
29 December 2016
If you have a dog or other pet that you really enjoy having with you, you might realize that you feel a lot more emotionally stable when he or she is still with you. This is helpful because it allows you to better manage your emotions. However, it can be difficult to take your pet with you into public spaces or on public transportation. The best solution to this issue is to make sure that your pet is qualified as an emotional support animal.