Aug 24

FIV: The Deadly Virus You Should Be Vaccinating You Cat For

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FIV is a deadly virus that affects cats similarly to how HIV affects humans. But cats can be vaccinated for FIV! It’s quick and easy to prevent, yet in the U.S., cat owners give substantially less veterinary care to their kitties than dogs get, statistically, including basic wellness and... Read More >
Jul 19

Dog and Cat Body Condition Score: What You Should Know

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Have you heard of a body condition score for dogs and cats? It’s a scale that is commonly used by veterinarians and other professionals to rate the overall condition of a pet as it pertains to weight and nutrition. Though this might sound dull, it actually is a great way for pet owners to... Read More >
Jun 02

June is Adopt A Shelter Cat Month!

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Adopt a cat (or two) this month from a shelter or rescue in the Charlotte area! There are lots of reasons to adopt a new furry friend, but this time of year tends to see shelters and rescues at or near max capacity with cats in need of homes making it a critical time to save lives from... Read More >
Mar 17

Health Benefits of Spaying and Neutering Dogs and Cats

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Dogs and cats are more likely to be purrfectly healthy if they are spayed and neutered. You’ve heard it before. “Spay and neuter your pets!” There are several reasons why it’s important, but did you know that your pet’s health is a big one? The medical benefits of spaying and... Read More >
Jan 25

Dog & Cat Traveling Tips

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Whether you are traveling down the street to the vet, cross country by car, by plane, or train, your pet can become extremely stressed and uncomfortable. You may have an option to leave them behind on a longer trip but you will have to take them to the vet at some point. Here are some traveling... Read More >