5 Signs of a Senior Cat Emergency

Veterinary care is fairly affordable, but emergency visits are no small matter. On average, a pet emergency can cost you anywhere from $800-$1,500 for one visit alone. Keep in mind that this cost wouldn’t include potential services like x-rays or surgery. With...

Why Do Dogs Have Wet Noses?

Never before in history has our collective sense of smell been so important. According to researchers, the Covid-19 pandemic has altered many of our scent receptors. We’re not the only ones, either. Experts say we’ve been giving our beloved pets Covid,...

The Ultimate Guide to Cognitive Issues with Senior Dogs

Both pet cats and dogs are living longer than ever before. That’s a great sign for animal health in general, but with old age comes unique problems. One issue you need to be aware of as your senior pet ages is mental decline. Cognitive issues with senior dogs...

Why Do Dogs and Cats Have Whiskers?

What’s one thing that separates mammals and reptiles? The most common answers are ‘warm blooded’ and ‘eggs’. What few people cite is the emergence of movable whiskers. Whiskers serve an important evolutionary role. What’s more,...

Do Dogs and Cats Dream?

Have you ever seen your pet dog appearing to run in their sleep? Have you ever heard your cat meow while they were resting? Some pet enthusiasts might wonder if these signs mean their pets are dreaming. Others might argue that such a statement is a product of...

What Are the Best Dogs and Cats for Seniors?

Can adopting a pet help you enjoy life more as you age into your best years? An overwhelming amount of seniors think so! In fact, a recent survey showed that 88% of seniors said their pets help them enjoy life. Even better, 62% of responders also said their pets help...