Dog

Pet Custodianship – Need to know before getting a pet

Making the decision to own a pet can be compared with the life-choice of having children. It requires a commitment for the entire lifespan of the animal. It req...

Responsible and creative exercise for dogs and cats

More than 50% of the pets are obese! This can cause many health issues; risk for arthritis, higher chance of diabetes and kidney failure etc. To keep your pet i...

This is why puppy mills are bad

Puppy Mills are inhumane dog breeding facilities that breed dogs for profit with little to no regards for the animal well-being. Dogs are kept in small wire cag...

ABVC Pet Travel & Relocations – Q&A

Why did you decide to take a position in the Pet Relocation business?

The challenge. I have always loved and cared for pets but the thought of doing s...

Final Pet Care

It is very heartbreaking, sad, and stressful if your pet comes to the end of it's life. Most of the pet owners are having difficulties if they must make the de...

Caring for your aging pet

If you have an aging pet, more careful monitoring is needed by you as an owner to assess them for any possible deterioration. Large breed dogs have a shorter li...

Dogs and Fireworks

It is naturally for dogs to be scared of loud noises and unfamiliar situations. Fireworks are one of the noises that are very frightening for dogs and we need t...

Cataract in cats and dogs

What is a Cataract?

A cataract is an opacity (cloudy change) of the lens that avoids light to reach the retina. The crystalline (lens) can be compared...

Pet First Aid

What is PET FIRST AID?

Its Emergency treatment administered to an injured or sick animal before professional medical care is available. Over the past...

Osteoarthritis in Cats and Dogs – what is it?

Osteoarthritis is common in companion animals esp. old aged, overweight or obese and those predisposed to joint problems.  In one source written by Marcellin-L...