Two of the most common risk factors of diarrhoea in puppies include stress and diet. Stress can alter a pup’s eating habits. Some puppies refuse to eat, however others eat more than usual or much faster than usual.
Eating too much food, eating too quickly or starting a new food can all increase the risk of diarrhoea in animals with sensitive digestive tracts, such as young puppies, especially when they are already experiencing stress. keep reading
Some dog breeds are more prone to bone problems than others, and we will discuss some nutritional care for bone and joint issues.
Domestic dogs and cats are living longer, healthier lives thanks in large part to advances in medical care and nutrition. Their longer lives mean we’re seeing more senior pets at the clinics, and that means more joint issues along with other dog problems. keep reading
Pet dental care is one of the fastest developing segments in the animal industry. A pet’s general health begins with his mouth. The mouth, teeth, jaw and gums all play a vital role in ingesting, chewing and swallowing food. Therefore, the condition of the pet’s mouth has a considerable impact regarding its general health. Proper dental care is a necessary part of daily hygiene for pets as well as humans. keep reading
Exercising in the winter is tough at best, and minimal weight gain is understandable. Here are some easy tips for getting a couple of pounds off your pet.
Monitoring the following will be helpful in maintaining a healthy weight. Water intake, fat content in the food, and exercise are all sensible places to start.