Poinsettias Aren't Poisonous, but There are Plenty of Christmas Dangers for Pets
For many years I’d been fighting the rumor that poinsettias were deadly to dogs and cats. The “killer-poinsettia” myth apparently started back in 1919 when an Army officer stationed in Hawaii found their two-year old child dead underneath a poinsettia.
What To Do if Your Cat Just Seems Off
There is a term, ADR, that vets like to use when a pet comes in with vague signs or symptoms. The term means, "Ain't Doin' Right." Learn more about this "medical" term and what it means to your vet.
Five Questions To Ask at Your Cat's Next Veterinarian Exam
Taking your cat to see the vet is a great first step, but are you prepared to ask the right questions? Learn how you can use this time to partner with your veterinarian for the best health of your cat.
10 Tips for Managing Your Senior Cat’s Medications
Has your Siamese achieved senior citizen status? If so, it’s likely that some medical issues have accompanied your cat’s aging process. Learn how to manage your cat's medications with these ten tips.
Caring for a Senior Cat: 7 Healthy Habits
There are some very helpful habits that you'll want to find yourself doing when you have a senior cat. Learn what they are to better enjoy your healthy cat's senior years.
Does My Senior Cat Really Need Lab Work?
Regular blood work can save your cat's life at any age, but for senior cats it is even more important. Learn what your veterinarian can learn from senior cat lab work.