Help Your Cat Beat the Heat
Pawjourr・February 11, 2021
Article originally published on The Spruce Pets. Written by Franny Syufy. Refer to the original article here. You know the drill: the…
7 Signs That Your Cat Is in Pain
Pawjourr・February 11, 2021
Article originally published on The Spruce Pets. Written by Tabitha Kucera RVT, CCBC, KPA-CTP. Refer to the original article here. It can…
Meet The Grateful Dog: A company dedicated to fresh meals for all pups
Pawjourr・December 28, 2020
Have you ever considered changing your dog’s diet to something more natural and fresh? If your answer is a resounding yes, then this article is perfect for you!
Meet The Grateful Dog: A company dedicated to providing pups with a diet based on fresh meals.
My dog was poisoned
Donut.pawfriend・October 15, 2020
Oreo is a two-year-old adopted Japanese Spitz- Alaskan Malamute mix. When we adopted him in 2018, he had severe anxiety and he was not comfortable with people at all. He cried every second he was home and it took a lot of training (both home and professional) to improve his behavior.
Poop, blood and lots of heartache: Our experience with gastroenteritis
coffee.maltipoo・October 05, 2020
Being a first-time dog owner, I was relatively lucky that Coffee had no major health issues for the first few years of her life. I always knew she had a weak stomach and had her fair share of vet visits, but nothing prepared me (and my wallet) for the multiple bouts of gastroenteritis that happened last year in 2019. I’m sharing my personal experience in hopes that you can avoid some of the mistakes that I made.
Hip Hip Hooray!…or Nay?
hanathecloud・September 18, 2020
In early July 2020, our family was met with some unexpected news. Our dog Hana was not only diagnosed with patellar luxation in her hind legs, but also hip dysplasia, at the tender age of 9 months. It was a double whammy for us. Between January to June, we had already made multiple trips to the vet to treat a variety of ongoing issues. But what made the situation even worse was the fact that Hana had already been displaying early symptoms of both conditions—right under our noses.
Allergies, allergies everywhere!
hiroxcharoadventures・September 14, 2020
Allergy is defined as an over-reactivity or hypersensitivity of the immune system to a particular substance called an allergen. Allergens are protein that can come from plants, foods or animals.
Allergies are one of the most common issues here in Singapore. Allergies can start to appear when your pet is around six months of age and the majority of dogs affected with allergies are over the age of one or two.
Planning your dog’s sterilisation
Alina・September 08, 2020
To sterilise or not to sterilise, that is the question that many pet parents face at some point in time. But what happens after the decision is made?
Boo’s journey as an IVDD survivor
boo._thefrenchie・September 07, 2020
Chondrodystrophoid (dwarfed) breeds of dogs whose normal cartilage development have been altered genetically for the purpose of a short, stout appearance – i.e.: Dachshund, Beagle, Shih Tzu, Lhasa Apso, and Pekingese — are most commonly affected. Other chondrodystrophic breeds that may be affected by IVDD include Corgis, Cocker Spaniel, Pekingese, Shih-Tzu and Poodle. Nonchondrodystrophic breeds that are commonly affected by IVDD include German Shepherd, Labrador Retriever and Doberman Pinscher. Obese dogs of predisposed breeds are especially likely to suffer from IVDD.
Planning your own parasite prevention routine
lokithetoast・September 02, 2020
Most pet owners know the importance of parasite prevention for our pets. Easy as it sounds, I in fact had a hard time choosing the different products to provide complete and wholesome protection for Loki.
I’ll be sharing about the common brands of heartworm and flea & tick prevention, as well as how we come to decide on the combination that suits our lifestyle.
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