1. How to Care for Your Pet’s Surgical Incisions

    The hours, days, and weeks following your pet’s surgery are a critical healing and recovery time. What’s more, it can also be a stressful time for pet parents, who are on the one hand, relieved that the procedure is over, but who also have a vital role to play in their pet’s recovery process.  After your dog or cat has undergone a surgical procedure, it is essential to care for their incisi…Read More

  2. How to Help Your Dog’s Mental Health

    It’s easy to think of your dog as a simple creature. A scratch behind their ears, a full food dish, and the chance to frolic in the great outdoors seem to be all they need to be happy. However, recent research into the canine brain has found that we have more in common with man’s best friend than we might realize, including complex inner emotional worlds. Just like humans, dogs can experience …Read More