Arthritis and your pet

  Osteoarthritis, also known as arthritis or degenerative joint disease, is a progressive and irreversible condition affecting the joints of dogs and cats. Arthritis is non curable and [...]

Food for Thought

    Nutrition can make us or break us and that holds true for our pets as well. What they eat is up to us as their caretakers and guardians so why not offer better options. Nutrition [...]

Laser therapy

The term “laser” stands for “light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation”, which is a form of light therapy. Therapeutic laser therapy has been used frequently in the hospice setting [...]

Basic Nursing Care

There are a few things that you can do at home to prepare the environment for your  elderly, ill or disabled pet. A few goals to keep in mind: To maintain a safe, secure, and comfortable [...]

Age Is Not a Disease

  Getting older is inevitable for everyone, including our beloved pets. When does a pet become “old”? That depends on whether you are a cat or a dog, and what size of dog makes a [...]

Quality of Life

How do we know when it’s time? Who decides when it’s time when multiple people are involved in the care of a pet? Quality of life is what we use to know when it’s time to say [...]

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