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They’re smart, dedicated, sassy, snuggly and warm. From kitten hood through their adult lives, cats provide unmatched companionship As the saying goes, either you’re a “cat person” or you’re not, but if you are then you understand why the love of a cat is that special.
Maintaining a healthy cat requires some special allowances, the Animal Ark takes special care to help your cat is happy and healthy and purring for many years to come.
First-aid for pets – What every pet owner should know during a pet emergency
First-aid treatment is never be used as a substitute for professional veterinary care. However, proper know-how may buy you some time and save your pet’s life before you can get your pet to a veterinarian.
How to Take Care of Newborn Kittens
As a pet owner, your pet’s health is greatly depending on you. The health of any kind of pets is just too important to overlook, let alone the newborn pets. Just like babies, newborn kittens are more prone to harmful bacteria and thus, extra care should be given to them. It is very important to ensure that
5 tips for a vet visit
A trip to the vet’s clinic is always an adventure – both for you and your pet. Just imagine all the sights, sounds, and smells that could greet your pet the moment you step into the vet’s waiting room. And just wait until the 10 other pets in the room get excited or in some cases – agitated. Most likely, total pandemonium could ensue. Without proper training and control, the vet’s waiting room might fall into utter chaos as the pets compete for space and attention. Good thing you can always make the visit less stressful, for you, the vet, and for your pet.
1. Use a leash or pet carrier A leash is considered a pet owner’s best friend. I gives you control
Should You Invest in Cat Health Insurance?
The relationships we share with our pets are often irreplaceable. Their companionship and constant presence can be both soothing and invigorating. Unfortunately, pets suffer health issues and occasionally require costly medical attention in the same way people do. When an emergency occurs and it becomes necessary to visit the veterinarian, many owners are stunned by the costs of performing tests and procedures. If they are unable to afford it, the alternative can be heartbreaking. Pet insurance was created to provide owners with an alternative.