Let’s introduce you to everything you need to know about decreased energy in your little one!
Let’s introduce you to everything you need to know about GI upset in your little one!
Let’s introduce you to everything you need to know about changes in your pet’s eye appearance!
Let’s discuss the most effective ways to monitor your pet’s energy levels!
Our team at Vetted knows just how much of an indicator appetite is to your pet’s overall health, which is why we want to make sure you know how to monitor it!
Our team at Vetted wants to help you keep your pet safe throughout your holiday celebrations, so let’s break down some of the most common dangers that our pets encounter this time of year!
Halloween is a time to indulge in some spooky activities and delicious sweet treats. This holiday is all about letting loose and having fun, but your Halloween festivities can easily turn from sweet to sour if your pet encounters some holiday related trouble.
Let’s discuss everything you need to know about your pet’s new lump, and the best plans of action moving forward!
Our team at Vetted knows just how irritating dry skin and dandruff can be for your cat, so we want to offer you the tools needed to bring them as much relief as possible!
Up to 90% of cats will develop arthritis in at least one joint by the time they reach 10 years of age, so this is a disease that every cat parent should be on the lookout for.
Exercise is essential for our cats to live a long and healthy life, so it’s up to us to encourage them to get up and moving.
Cats can enjoy time outside just as much as dogs can, but we just need to make sure they do so safely!
Cats can suffer from dental disease just as much as dogs can, and anywhere from 50 to 90% of cats over the age of 4 will develop some form of dental disease.
Whether your cat has never been to the vet before or you know that they do not tolerate the experience well, there are many ways to set them up for success moving forward.
If it seems like your dog’s itchy skin flares up in the summer heat, you are not alone. Many dogs will develop “the summer itch” as temperatures rise, causing them to fall into a cycle of skin scratching and biting.
Our little ones experience plaque and tartar buildup just like we do, so their teeth require just as much attention and love as ours. An insufficient dental care routine can not only lead to infections and pain within a dog’s mouth, but it can cause systemic health issues as well.
Ear infections are a common health complication that many of our cherished pets experience. Our little ones can’t verbalize that they are uncomfortable, so these infections are often left to brew until their ears are severely painful.
As each year passes by, our little ones will begin to feel the effects of aging. Just like humans experience more aches and pains as we get older, our dogs are no different.
While joint supplements are certainly beneficial for our aging pets with joint disease, they are even more powerful when used as a preventative tool.
Brushing a dog’s teeth is one of the most effective ways to prevent painful dental disease in the future. Though this is a simple way to care for your little one from home, many pet parents are still unaware of just how essential tooth brushing is for a dog.