Did you know that the most expensive cat ever was named Little Nicky, who sold for $50,000? He was a clone of an older, beloved cat. It’s no secret that pet owners will go to great lengths to ensure the welfare of their feline and canine friends. It’s important to take your animal to the veterinarian on a regular basis. Vets do everything from monitoring for signs of trouble, to advising you on creating more healthy routines for your pet. Here are three things you should know about vet visits.
1. How to Reduce the Stress for Your Pet
As you probably know from experience, few animals appreciate the vet visit. It can be very stressful for cats and dogs alike. To prepare, Animal Planet recommends establishing a pre-vet routine. Handle your animal as the vet would; even if you d
Did you know that cats usually hate water because their fur poorly insulates them when it’s wet? One exception is the Turkish Van cat, bred in central Asia. Its fur has a unique, water resistant texture. Once you have a pet, whether it’s a cat, a dog or a ferret, you have an obligation to take care of that pet as best as you can. For this reason it is important to schedule your pet for regular veterinarian exams. Here are three things you should know about going to the vet.
1. Good Care is Preventative Care
Did you know that in 2013 so far, pet owners have spent over $1,000 on average when their pet became seriously ill? Part of making sure your pet does not develop serious issues is taking them to the vet on a regular basis. The signs of impending illness you will fail to recogni