Daily, Weekly, Monthly, And Yearly Dental Care For Dogs

Thanks to their loving human caregivers, dogs can live for 15 years or more. Unfortunately, their teeth do not always hold up as long as the rest of their bodies. Many old dogs are plagued by loose and painful teeth and end up having to have many of their teeth removed. But this does not have to be your dog's fate. If you start with these daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly dental care practices when your dog is young, you'll increase their chances of keeping those chompers into old age. [Read More]

Lupus In Dogs: What You Should Know

What you may not know as a dog owner is that dogs can suffer from a whole array of different autoimmune disorders including lupus (also known as systemic lupus erythematosus). Lupus can be a serious condition in dogs and should be taken quite seriously. However, because most dog owners do not know dogs can get lupus, they also do not know much about the condition or the signs and symptoms of it. [Read More]

Keys for Getting a Veterinary Temp Job

The veterinary industry today is valued at close to $45.9 billion and has experienced a 2.9% growth in the last 5 years. When you're a person trying to climb the ladder in your field, sometimes the best thing to do is take temp work for a little while. Temporary veterinary job staffing lets you get your foot in the door at a company while also beefing up your resume.  Read on to learn more about these vet temp jobs. [Read More]

Is Your Cat Drinking Enough Water?

Some cats will eagerly lap up all the water they can but not all. If you have a cat who notoriously isn't interested in drinking from a water bowl, you could end up with a significant health problem on your hands. Here's what you can do about it. Possible Danger The biggest threat facing a cat who doesn't drink water often enough is kidney disease. This is an illness that typically develops gradually over time, but once it's in full swing, it will ultimately claim the cat's life. [Read More]