Latest Posts

What Cats and Dogs Can See that Humans Can’t: You Won’t Believe it!

By Kerri Fivecoat-Campbell    February 25, 2014 at 08:10PM   Have you ever felt that your cat or dog can see something you don’t? Well, you may be right, according to a new study. Cats, dogs, and other mammals are thought to…
Read more

Alternatives to Declawing Your Cat

Declawing is a misnomer. Yes, a correctly performed declaw surgery does remove a cat’s claws, but it doesn’t stop there. To prevent the claws from regrowing, the bony top of each digit (finger or toe) must also be amputated. It’s…
Read more

Pet Suffocation Awareness!

  It’s the 2nd Annual Pet Suffocation Awareness Week. We’d like to take the opportunity to raise awareness of this still too-little-known-about, yet still far-too-common pet danger! Photo of Teddy & Luna: their story is below Pet suffocation happens to hundreds…
Read more

Are My Cats Playing Or Fighting?

                                    By Pam Johnson-Bennett, CCBC Are my cats fighting or playing?  I adopted a second male recently and kept them separated for a while…
Read more

Understanding Hair Loss In Cats and Dogs

By Lonnie Whitcher Updated January 26, 2016 Read our Disclaimer            www.knowzo.com/health/hair-loss/understanding-hair-loss-in-cats-and-dogs Hair loss in cats and dogs refers to the abnormal loss or thinning of hair across the body and head. The medical term for…
Read more

Spay/Neuter Program Aims To Prevent Pet Overpopulation

                              By Barbara Sharnak for WebVet.com When pet owners don’t spay and neuter their animals, the vicious cycle of shelter dogs and cats being euthanized continues and…
Read more

Canine Kidney Stone and Bladder Stone Prevention

By CJ Puotinen, Mary Straus [Updated April 8, 2016] April 2010 Issue Humans aren’t the only ones who get kidney and bladder stones. Our dogs develop these painful and dangerous conditions, too. But much of what is said and done…
Read more

Facebook