Scaredy Cat: Causes, Symptoms, And Treatment Of Anxiety In Cats

Cats, like humans, are sensitive to the world around them. This sensitivity, unfortunately, can lead to anxiety in your cat. While each cat's anxiety is different, below is a general rundown of common causes, classic symptoms, and usual treatment options. What Causes Anxiety? There are a number of things that can lead to anxiety in your feline, both long term anxiety and short term. Illness, aging, abandonment, and trauma can all lead to your cat becoming anxious. [Read More]

What's That White Stuff? 3 Simple Ways To Get Rid Of Pet Dandruff

Has your dog started scratching like there's no tomorrow? Have you noticed a virtual snow storm of white flakes dropping off your pooch? If you answered yes to either of those questions, your dog may have a serious case of dandruff. If you thought only humans got dandruff, you were wrong. Take a look at your dog. If you see white flakes in its fur, you'll need to treat it for dandruff. [Read More]

2 Reasons To Consider Taking Your Cat To The Vet Immediately

Owning a cat can often be a difficult thing as the cat will often not show any outward signs of any discomfort when he or she is feeling ill or is injured. However, you will want to consider taking your cat to the vet immediately if you notice that he or she is not grooming himself or herself normally or if he or she is starting to vocalize excessively. Not Grooming Himself Or Herself Normally [Read More]

New Pet Owners: 3 Foods That Are Toxic To Your Household Pets

Most people, even those who are new to owning a pet, understand that pets shouldn't have table food that humans eat. However, sometimes it happens. Something drops on the floor while cooking and the dog or cat is there in an instant to lick it up. Although it is typically okay for pets to have a small amount of human food, there are some that are particularly dangerous for them. Here are three common foods that are extremely toxic to your dog or cat: [Read More]