Optimal Wellness for Your Senior Pet

iStock_000015926689_Large.jpgThere’s something about an old friend that just feels special, and the heartfelt bond between pet and owner runs deep, especially if you adopted your cat or dog at a very young age.

However, as your pet enters the golden years, you may have noticed that changes in physical and mental health happen much more quickly. There may be a decline in energy, appetite, or mobility. On the other hand, your senior pet may remain vibrant and alert, but you understand certain changes are taking place nonetheless. Continue…

Guarding Against Pet Poisoning This Fall

Tasty lollipopThe transformative power of fall goes beyond the leaves changing colors and temperatures slowly dipping. It’s an almost mystical time that makes us pivot toward a slower pace and take a moment to breath it all in and be thankful for what we have.

This seasonal change, while teeming with goodness, also presents countless opportunities for your precious pet to find trouble – or be in the wrong place at the right time for trouble to find him or her. Pet poisoning is a very real threat that warrants a thorough understanding of a range of symptoms, what items to keep out of reach, and how to help your pet through an emergency. Continue…