Getting a new dog for your household can be an exciting time. These furballs are not just adorable but they are bound to introduce a different dynamic to your family with the unconditional love they offer. Nonetheless, as a dog parent, you will take on several responsibilities when it comes to the overall health of your puppy. And while vet visits, stability and exercise and more are all important when it comes to the care of your new dog, nutrition is emphatically paramount.
There's something quite remarkable about your cat's claws. They're both a tool and a weapon, and they conveniently slide away when not in use, ready for next time. Sometimes a mishap can result in your cat losing one of their claws, whether it occurred while climbing, or perhaps even during a fight. But how serious is this type of injury? A Broken Claw A broken claw is far more common (and far less serious) than a claw that has been completely ripped out.
When you have a dog or a cat, they become a treasured part of the family, and you don't want to leave them at any cost. This is true even if you move or travel abroad. Hi, my name is Katie, and I traveled with my dog for nearly 10 years before his passing one year ago. I loved every moment we had together, but I also learned a lot of important things about the type of veterinary care travelling animals need. If you want to learn about veterinary care or tips for travelling animals or just in general, I invite you to explore my blog.