You could be forgiven for not having heard of whisker fatigue – as many as 50% of feline owners haven’t come across the term. Or maybe you have heard of it. but believe it to be a hoax – something funny a cat owner came up with once. However, let’s just begin by stating one fact – whisker fatigue is a very real, but preventable, condition.
For most of us, our pets are just another much-loved member of our family, and so of course we want them to have access to the very best care. Unfortunately, when injuries or illness arises, we don’t always get very much notice and if an emergency occurs, then you may find yourself seeking immediate medical treatment for your pet.
Dogs are well known for eating almost anything that is put in front of them, often regardless of whether or not it is actually food! Whilst your dog may not be fussy about what they eat, as a responsible pet owner, you undoubtedly want to ensure that your pet is getting the right nutrition to help them live a long, healthy life.
If you are a cat owner then you have almost certainly been on the wrong end of your feline-friend’s claws on more than once occasion. Razor sharp, they are an extremely useful tool for your cat, but they can also be something of a nuisance.
You may have a dog already and are thinking about getting a new car, or maybe you are considering taking on a dog and aren’t sure if your current wheels are a suitable. Whatever your reason for checking out the relationship between dogs and vehicles is an important one. Some people spend quite a large amount of time in their cars, and their dogs have to travel with them.
Coughing is a reflex action that all humans, and most animals have. Your dog is no exception. As we breathe, we can inhale a variety of irritants such as dust, bacteria and other foreign particles. We also have our own bodily fluids and mucus which can irritate our throat, lungs and airway.