It's The Cat's Meow: Three Things You Can Do To Make Your Yard Safe For Your Cat

If your cat loves to spend time outside, it is important to take steps to transform your yard into a safe spot for your feline friend. Danger is possibly lurking around every corner; you don't want your cat's love of the great outdoors to ever cause harm to your feline friend. By following these three tips, you can keep your cat safe during outside time. 1. Check the Vegetation in the Area That Your Cat Will Frequent   Read More...

3 Things To Do Before You Bring Your Puppy Home

Choosing the puppy that you want to own is just the first step. You need to have a plan for introducing your puppy to your home. #1 Assign Tasks As A Family Before you bring the puppy home, you need to sit down with your family. Together as a family, you need to decide what each of your commitments will be to the puppy. Who is the person who is going to be the primary caregiver for the puppy?   Read More...

Four Reasons French Bulldogs Are Great For Suburban Families

With the hundreds of dog breeds available, it can be hard to settle on the right one for you and your family. A good way to start is to consider the area in which you live. There are certain dogs that are well suited to city life, others who do well in the country, and still others who do well in the suburbs. One breed that's really well suited to suburban family life is the French bulldog.   Read More...

2 Signs That Your Cat Needs To See A Vet Immediately

Owning a cat can often be an extremely rewarding and amazing experience, but it can also be an exercise in frustration when trying to keep the cat in the best possible health due to how well they are able to hide when they are in pain or are suffering. Listed below are two signs that your cat needs to see a vet immediately. Excessive Ear Scratching Any issues pertaining to your cat's ears typically requires a visit to the vet, especially if it seems like your cat is scratching their ears excessively.   Read More...

Cat Have Fleas? Health Problems It Will Have If You Do Not Take Care of It

If your cat has fleas, it is likely very miserable and scratching constantly. It is easy to treat fleas with many flea treatments on the market today. If you decide to not treat your cat or cannot afford flea treatment, it will result in worsened health problems. Below are two of these problems, so you will know what to look for: Skin Infection Constant scratching breaks the skin open, and once a sore appears, it can easily become infected.   Read More...