Spring is here, and likely you and your pets are becoming more active outside. It’s a great time to talk about microchipping your pet.
Spring is here. The parasites that seek out your pets are waking up and questing for food in the form of your pet’s blood. Now is the time to test and protect your pets from the dangers of ticks and the diseases they carry.
Good dental health is one of the keystones of good overall health for your pet. To help you figure out if your pet needs dental care, we’ve put together seven questions to ask yourself about your pet’s mouth and behavior.
Thinking of giving a puppy or kitten as a holiday present? You might want to think twice!
Like any baby or small child, kittens and puppies are extremely curious and will want to investigate everything! This means chewing, eating, licking, and knocking over anything they can get their little paws on!
Are Marijuana products safe for my dog or cat? In short, the answer is No.
Though there is little evidence that cats develop Lyme disease, they can get other severe tick-borne diseases such as Tularemia, Haemobartonellosis, and Ehrlichia.
As we swelter under the first extreme heat and humidity of the summer, it’s a good time to remind you that pets suffer more from the heat than we do. It’s very important to protect both dogs and cats from the dangers of high summer temperatures.
If your feline friend seems a little bit heavier recently, you aren’t alone. We’ve got some guidelines on how to tell if your cat is fat, and what to do about it.
At Blue Cross Animal Hospital we are embracing the Fear Free. Here are some ideas that you as a cat owner can try, to help your cat be Fear Free at the vet.
Travelling With Your Cat? Here are some tips to make sure they are always happy and safe, and that you stay stress-free!
While not an essential part of their diet, cat grass can be a great addition to a cats’ diet.