Cleaning and disinfecting are more important than ever during the COVID-19 outbreak, but cleaning always need to be done no matter what. Unfortunately, there is a lot of confusion about which cleaning products can be toxic to pets. In fact, many cleaners are okay around pets, especially if they are allowed to dry or the pet is only exposed to small amounts. But which common cleaning and disinfecting products can be problematic in our furry friends?
When Twitter user @prograpslady shared a photo of her mom’s cat inside of a taped square on their floor (a suggestion from Pinterest), it caused nothing short of a viral sensation.
Few things give cat owners nightmares like the thought of giving their cat a pill. Here’s what my daughter, trainer Mikkel Becker, and I had for a reader facing that challenge.
This is Corks — an incredibly happy and loving dog with an insatiable passion for life.
To see him now, however, you might never guess the sad story of his past.
Late last year, Corks was found as an abandoned and wounded stray. Vets believe that he may have been dragged behind a car, causing severe injuries to his legs. Corks was bandaged and placed in a shelter, but the scars of the trauma he’d experienced ran deeper.
One of my favorite things to do in the veterinary exam room is ask my clients how they came up with their pets’ names. Here are some tips I shared with a reader on selecting one for a new pet.
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