Health (34 posts)

— Guest Author
7 Critical Signs Your Pet Needs Immediate Veterinary Attention

Make sure you act at the first signs of disease by bringing your pet to the best veterinary specialist in your area for prompt and proper medical care and attention. »

— Ali Smith
New Petcube Care Perks for National Pet Month

All Petcube care members enjoy 15% OFF Pet Tunes Speakers to sooth their pet's anxieties and 40% OFF GoBone interactive dog toy to keep their pups occupied »

— Ali Smith
Is Your Pet Ready for Spring?

Warmer weather is a reminder of seasonal troubles for pets, such as fleas, worms, allergies. Here is a quick checklist to prepare your pet for spring. »

— Basepaws
Cat Skin & Dental Care Secrets

By providing your cat with well-balanced diet, loads of activity and appropriate coat and dental hygiene, you are helping improve the quality and length of your cat’s life. »

— Petfeed Team
Obesity in Dogs: The Dangers of Having an Overweight Dog

Obesity in dogs is the number one preventable disease in pets. Read our guide on how to tell if your dog is overweight and choose the best dog diet food. »

— Vetted Pet Care
Kennel Cough in Dogs: a Highly Infectious Respiratory Disease

Kennel cough is commonly found and transmitted in places dogs congregate like boarding facilities, at the groomer, doggy day care, and even the dog park. »

— Pippa Elliott
Is My Cat Depressed? The Sad Cat Decoded

Depression in cats is a real condition. The main signs include changes in behavior and poor appetite. Learn how to spot a sad cat and then how to get those purrs back. »

— Vetted Pet Care
Heavy Breathing in Cats

If your cat is breathing heavily, erratically, or with great effort, it’s worth exploring further. What might cause your cat to breathe heavily, and how concerned should you be? »

— Vetted Pet Care
Pet Vaccinations Guide for Cats & Dogs
— Vetted Pet Care
Worms in Cats: Intestinal Parasite Infections

Cats are at risk from a number of intestinal parasites. Commonly referred to as “worms,” these greedy interlopers can steal a cat’s nutrition and even make humans sick. »

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