Those of us who have our lives enriched by animals often want to share the gift of pet ownership.
Most children adore pocket pets, a fact with many possible explanations.
It’s hard to imagine that pets can get cuter than they already are, but Halloween always proves that they can.
As with most things in life, balance is the secret to pet health. Achieving balance – and maintaining it – may not always be easy.
Adhering to a daily routine, keeping appointments, and limiting unhealthy snacks are of major importance, but there are some finer strokes that keep the goals of responsible pet ownership in focus.
We are happy to share them with you!
We know there’s a strong connection between the brain and the body, and recognize that our mental state improves when a daily regimen of exercise is carefully maintained.
This is true for human and pet health alike. In our increasingly automated and sedentary world, staying fit and active is more important than ever before, and we’ve got some tips to keep your best friend looking – and feeling – their best.
Owning pets and having a spotless house are not mutually exclusive, but having a fresh, clean house can feel like a lofty goal when wagging tails, muddy paws, and slurping tongues are involved.
Don’t worry though, you’ve got this! To help, we’ve prepared a ready-made list on how spring cleaning for pet owners can be easily achieved – and maybe even enjoyed by all members of the house!
For people who absolutely love animals, it’s tragic to hear about cases of animal cruelty. A great deal of research, education and intervention has been at the forefront of preventing neglect and abuse, but there is still much to be done.
April is Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month, and to aid in the fight we’ve got some tips on how to spot – and stop – animal cruelty.
There are definite barriers to pet ownership for many people, but depending on your set-up, there is probably at least one type of animal you could share your home with.
Whether you’re allergy-sensitive, live in an apartment, or simply want to try something different, owning a pet reptile might be the perfect choice.
Can you imagine never brushing their teeth or seeing the dentist – ever? For the majority of pets, this is the reality. Although doggy breath is sometimes considered par for the course, nothing could be farther for the truth. Bad breath in pets is a sign that all is not well beneath the gum line.
If you’re wondering about pet dental health and why it’s important, your friends at New Haven Pet Hospital have got you covered!