Archive for June, 2014

How to Deal with Separation Anxiety in Your Dog

June 26, 2014 Leave a comment

Separation Anxiety in Dogs
Does your dog bark continuously when you leave for work, or when you return home you’re shocked to find your furry friend has strewed things all over the house or has torn open your most favorite shoes. You may be wondering what’s happening with your lovable pet when you are away. It’s separation anxiety which most dogs suffer from.

Canines with separation anxiety become upset, destructive, bark continuously, eliminate the house, and exhibit distress and behavior problems. It is quite painful to see your pet pal in this condition. With little changes in your routine and communication with your four-legged companion, you can definitely ease separation anxiety in your pet. Read more…


Top Five Essential Nutrients for Cats Healthy Life

June 24, 2014 Leave a comment

Essential Nutrients for Cats

Your cat’s purr….is that sounding unusual. Absence of essential nutrients makes your feline friend sick and seems to lack interest in life. Cats are strict carnivores due to which they gain all the vital nutrition from animal sources. Wild felines hunt their prey and acquire required proteins, carbohydrates and minerals, which is not true in case of social cats.

Your furry friend health suffers when she lacks essential nutrients necessary for life’s vital functioning. These nutrients are the building blocks of your feline body and powerhouse to sustain. Being a pet parent, you need to provide the proper amount of all nutrients in your cat’s meal. Cat food, rich in nutritional value, keeps your cat purring around happily. Read more…

How to Deal with Flea Allergy Dermatitis in Dogs?

June 19, 2014 Leave a comment

Flea Allergy Dermatitis In Dogs

Fleas are exoparasites that live on the body of furry animals, including dogs and cats. They feed on the host’s blood and are most active during the warm summer season. They pierce their mouth in the animal’s body and stay there for a few days. No wonder they irritate the pet through their painful bites but also cause diseases, which can be fatal if not treated in the first place. Thus, fleas are the main cause of Flea Allergy Dermatitis and many other diseases in dogs. Read more…

Summer Dog Skin Care Problems and Their Solutions

June 17, 2014 Leave a comment

Summer Skin Care Problems in Dogs

With summers approaching, most of us would be thrilled to have a great time outdoors. Pet parents wait for warmer weather for an outdoor exercise and play session with their furry pals. And the pets love to explore the grasses, beaches and open fields in this warm weather. However, there is a cause of concern here. Summers are synonymous to skin problems in dogs. Research suggests that the season itself breeds skin problems in millions of dogs in America. Read more…

Reasons For Dog Bites – Tips, Prevention and Warnings

June 11, 2014 Leave a comment

Dog bites are scary… They are painful… and yes they are disease causing. There are plenty of dog bite stories, which have dismayed us and left us with a dislike for the dog species. Statistics suggest that nearly 4.5 million people sustain dog bites every year in America. This shockingly huge number suggests an urgent need to understand dog behavior in order to avoid such unwelcome animal attacks. Once you know how to tame any dog’s mind, you can easily save yourself from something as horrifying as a dog bite.


Why does a dog bite?

There are various reasons for dog bites. Dogs are the finest companion animals of all times. They have a very warm personality but they also have a strikingly aggressive side. One should not trouble dogs or mess with them especially when the dog is in an aggressive mood. Read more…

Most Common Urinary Tract Problems Found in Cats

June 9, 2014 Leave a comment

Urinary Tract Problems in Cats

Are you irritated because your cat is urinating wherever she goes or wetting the bed? Then take some time to ponder upon and find out what is the reason behind this condition of your pet. Most of the cat parents come across these situations not knowing what’s wrong with their pets. If you’re one of them then here comes not-so-surprising but crucial fact that your cat may be suffering from urinary tract infection.   Read more…

Can Dogs Catch Cat Worms?

June 2, 2014 Leave a comment

Can Dogs Catch Cat Worms

Different types of worms can infect dogs at any stage of his life. These worms affect their health and even worse can cause severe diseases. Many times, pet parents think that by keeping their dogs indoors or away from other dogs, their pet can be safe from worms. However, this is just a myth, if you have a cat in your house or wandering in the neighborhood then your dog is vulnerable to worm infection.  Read more…