Double eyelid surgeries are not uncommon these days, but what if they were for pet cats?
I think, it is safe to say, that one of the most common veterinary procedures in any clinic today is castration (also known as spay/neuter or sterilisation). Globally, it is almost as routine as vaccinations or deworming.
As our team is preparing for the Adoption Day Event tomorrow, we get massive amount of questions about the animals we have for adoption.
Those who have pets know that correct and age-appropriate nutrition should always be on top of one’s mind.
The conversation about animal cruelty is not a new topic. Yulin dog meat festival, slaughter houses, puppy mills, and individual offenders have been covered in social media.
It is not a secret that distemper and parvovirus is rampant among unvaccinated street animals and unfortunately, also among the puppies sold in the local pet shops.
Today, I would like to talk about international pet relocation. The expatriate community with pets in their families has grown exponentially over recent years and questions regarding the process and costs of relocating the pets to other countries is constant worry.
It may not sound like a real concern for others. But for pet parents, finding safe toys for our pets remains one of our most important agenda.