PetLife is looking for a furr-ever family for these beautiful puppies and senior dogs. Any family interested in Adoption, with room in their hearts and home should call or come to PetLife to make Application for Adoption.
An important part of keeping your cat healthy and happy is checking and cleaning their ears. Because the ears are one of the few parts that cats can not reach themselves they need a little help from a loving owner. Keeping your cats ears clean is extremely important because any dirt, debris, or wax can clog the ears and cause infections. Regular ear cleaning at home augment's your cats own natural grooming habits.
Getting a new puppy is always an occasion for joy, but for first-timers, it can also be stressful. Of course, you want to get everything right, so that you and your new best friend can enjoy many happy years together, and that means training your puppy to become a good canine citizen. Before you get going on obedience training, though, start with house training.
If you're just starting your search, you may be asking yourself what kind of dog or cat would be best for your lifestyle. You may be diligently researching the characteristics of each breed, making a list of which breeds would and wouldn't be a fit. Learn about all the different dog breeds and find out what breed would be best for you and your family.
Nutrition experts have put together a handy list of the top toxic people foods to avoid feeding your pet. As always, if you suspect your pet has eaten any of the following foods contact your veterinarian
Protect Pets from Potential Dangers. Did you know that emergency critical care and toxicology calls to the Pet Poison Helpline increase by 12 percent during the week of Halloween, making it the call center's busiest time of year?
The PetLife Educational Series - Why Spay or Neuter Your Pet The decision to spay or neuter your pet is an important one for pet owners. It can be the single best decision you make for your pets long-term welfare. Getting your pet spayed or neutered can reduce the number of homeless [...]
Today veterinary acupuncturists can treat nearly any animal, from a bear to a porcupine to a dog. Training courses, such as those from the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society, teach licensed veterinarians how to incorporate acupuncture into their practice.
Is your pet suffering from pain, tenderness, and discomfort? Smelly breath? Eating habits changing? Have you brought your dog or cat for a Free Dental Screening?
Spotlight On Business PetLife Animal Hospital PetLife's Dr. Tiffany Schmidt and Coda featured in Spotlight On Business. Listen to what Dr. Schmidt has to say about Veterinary Acupuncture.