Posts in Category: Cat and Kitten Care
Poison Prevention Month: What Common Household Items Can Poison Your Pet
Maybe you’re bringing a new pet home. Or perhaps you’ve suddenly realized that your four-legged friends are probably capable of finding the bottle of bleach you keep under your sink. Whatever the catalyst, it’s time to pet-proof your house so you can keep your pets safe. Put your pets in a safe place and take a moment to learn about the common household items that could poison your furry friends.Continue…
New Year’s Resolutions You Can Share With Your Pet
Happy New Year from Animal Medical Center! If you are anything like us, you are contemplating New Year’s Resolutions, and we think that sharing your resolutions with your favorite family member is a great idea. Read on for our best resolutions for pets and people to share.
Resolutions for Pets (and People), too
We know that New Year’s Resolutions that incorporate others are much more likely to succeed. Why not make that other party your pet? Some of our favorite New Year’s Resolutions include:Continue…
Are Pets Meant to Stay Outdoors?
Welcoming a new pet into your family is an exciting time, and if your home includes plenty of green space, you might wonder if it’s okay to keep your cat or dog outside. After all, we enjoy the Florida sunshine and fresh air, so our pets probably do too, right?
Cats certainly do their fair share of sunbathing on warm window ledges, and most dogs thoroughly enjoy playtime at the dog park, but the great outdoors simply isn’t the safest place to leave domestic pets unattended.
The team at Animal Medical Center wants all pets to live long, healthy lives, and we’ve compiled some important considerations to keep in mind if you’re thinking of having an outdoor cat or an outdoor dog.Continue…