Don't be quick to blame that issue on mischief or obstinance. Your cat or dog may be having a medical issue, or there may be issues due to aging. Either way, there are options to solve it.
Whether you adopt a blind pet, or your pet loses their sight due a medical issue or aging, there are ways to help them - and you - successfully deal with their new situation.
What purpose do cat whiskers serve, and should they be trimmed?
There are many myths about deaf dogs that impact their adoption chances or cause them to be surrendered, abused, or abandoned. Here are the facts about living with deaf dogs.
The leading cause of death for pets with diabetes is euthanasia, not the diabetes itself. This is due to lack of understanding on care needed and fear of cost.
While this guide was put together for shelters, it is appropriate for home pet care.
Just like with people, as pets age their needs change along with what they can and can't do. There are many ways to make the aging process comfortable and manageable for everyone.
A leading cause of pets ending up in shelters - and sometimes being euthanized by a shelter - is the death or their pet parent, or their pet parent moving to a nursing or hospice facility.
Facts and care for sneezy cats, at home and in shelters.
There are a lot of myths about FIV cats, which sadly negatively impact their adoption chances. In this article, we go over the facts and care of FIV cats.
Tips and recommendations to protect your pets from Heartworm and Fleas and yourself from those pesky fleas!
Common parasites and worms that pets can contract, recognizing the signs, and treatment.
Strokes in dogs and cats are not as rare as previously thought. The good news: fortunately, most pets that have strokes recover with time and proper care.
Spaying and neutering not only prevents more homeless animals, it provides health benefits for your cat and dog.
Hyperthyroid is a very common issue especially as cats age. It is easily managed through a low cost medication.
Cats falling out windows, and dogs or cats darting out exterior doors are one of the leading reasons for lost pets. Only 1 in 3 pets ever make it home after getting lost.
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