Pet Care : cats
- Obesity in Pets - What Can You Do?
- Is your pet overweight or even obese? Obesity in pets is an epidemic that mirrors the problem in the human population. Data gathered in 2002 by the … Read More »
- Nutrition for the Cancer Patient
Cancer is a disease that most of us are familiar with. We are either survivors or know someone who is a survivor or someone … Read More »
- Pet Nutrition 101
Have you ever wondered what the best food to feed your pet is? Or even how to choose from the many options available today? Well, this article … Read More »
- Ash and Your Pet's Health
- Ash is not an individual ingredient that pet food manufacturers add to your pet’s diet, however, it is present in all pet foods at varying levels. … Read More »
- Feeding Your Pregnant Queen
- It is important for a queen (female cat) to be fully mature (usually 1 ½ years to 2 years of age) and in good body condition prior to becomin … Read More »
- Pet Nutrition 102
- A follow-up to Pet Food Nutrition 101, this article discusses specific dietary features for specific groups and even for individual breeds of dogs … Read More »
Please note that this information does not replace professional veterinary care. It is solely for educational purposes. Your pet's medical condition should be evaluated by a veterinarian before any medical decisions are implemented. If there is a potentially life-threatening emergency involving your pet, take your pet to a veterinarian or veterinary facility immediately.