All Things Pets

  • How You Can Help Your Dog After Surgery: 3 Tips

    7 April 2020

    If your dog had to have surgery, no matter what kind, they are going to need you to take extra care of them. They are going to need your help to heal properly and go back to chasing after their favorite ball again in no time at all. Your dog is going to require round the clock care for a little while at least, and it's important to keep up with your dog's care.

  • What To Do If Your Cat Gets Attacked By Another Cat

    7 April 2020

    Cat fights happen, especially when one or both cats aren't neutered or spayed. While there's a big difference between a play fight tussle and a genuine fight, genuine fights can expose your cat to significant damage and health threats. If your cat has recently been in a fight, here's what you need to do for their health. Step 1: Stop Bleeding If your kitty is bleeding, you'll want to stop that as soon as possible.

  • 4 Tips To Help You Choose A German Shepherd

    1 April 2020

    German Shepherds are highly valued for their intelligence, beauty, and loyalty. These dogs can be protectors and lifelong friends. Here are four tips that will help you choose the best German Shepherd for your family: 1. Adopt a puppy. It's possible to adopt dogs at any age. Unfortunately, older dogs may have learned bad habits. An untrained German Shepherd can be very difficult to live with because they're strong dogs with lots of energy.

  • FAQs About Veterinary Internships

    31 March 2020

    Many veterinary students don't feel comfortable jumping right into a job as soon as they finish school. The growing trend is to undertake a veterinary internship. You probably have questions about what that can look like. Keep reading for answers to many of those questions. What's the Main Benefit of Doing a Veterinary Internship? The main benefit of the internship is you'll gain valuable work experience. The field of veterinary medicine has a lot of specialties.

  • Dog Groomer FAQs For First-Time Puppy Parents

    30 March 2020

    As the proud new dog parent you likely want to make your pet's health and hygiene a top priority. To this end, regular grooming is a necessity to ensure your dog is healthy, comfortable, and clean. The following can help answer the questions you likely have about grooming your pet. How often do dogs need to be groomed? Several variables affect the frequency of grooming. Short-haired dogs that don't spend a lot of time outdoors, for example, may only require a professional grooming every other month.