What's That In Your Ears? 3 Signs Your Puppy May Have An Ear Infection

Did you know that your puppy can get ear infections, just like human children? It's true. Unfortunately, your puppy can't tell you when its ears hurt. It's up to you to know what to look for. Luckily, there are some signs that will help you determine, not only that your puppy has an ear infection, but what's causing the infection in the first place. Here are three signs that your puppy has an ear infection.

Setting Up A Veterinary Practice In A Rural Area? Tips For You

When you decided to become a veterinarian, you likely did not go into the field because you wanted to spend a great deal of time focused on business matters like marketing strategies, market share, and competing with other veterinary clinics in your area. Because of this, you may have decided to move your practice from a dense city area where there are numerous veterinary clinics, to an under-served rural area in which there may not be a licensed veterinarian for many miles.

How to Ensure Your Pet's Boarding Experience Is Healthy

If you're planning a trip in the coming months, then you may be considering sending your dog to a boarding facility while you're away. Many owners do this each year without issues, but of course, you've probably heard stories about pets becoming ill during or after their stay at a boarder. The good news is that this is avoidable. By planning ahead and following these tips, you can ensure your dog's experience at the boarding facility is a healthy one.

Adopted A Dog With Behavior Problems? Here's What You Need To Know About Canine PTSD

PTSD can affect dogs. In fact, 10% of military working dogs develop PTSD from the rigors of working in war-time situations. However, dogs that are pets can also develop PTSD from various situations they can encounter, such as being in an automobile accident, being terrified in a natural disaster, and being mistreated by humans. Symptoms of canine PTSD include irritability, skittishness, hyper-vigilance, changes in temperament, and avoidance of certain areas or buildings.

A Guide For Buying A Female Cat As A Pet

Have you decided to purchase a female cat as a pet? You will actually very happy with your decision, as cats can be easier to keep as house pets than other animals. The reason why is because a cat will not have to go outside to urinate and have bowel movements, as all you will need is a litter box that she can use inside of the house. There are many other things that you should know before buying a cat as well.