Blog Posts - Pet Medicine



Cat Drool, When To Be Concerned

When is it not alright for your cat to drool? Would you know the difference between normal levels and those that are elevated? Have you ever even seen your cat drool? Check out what's deemed normal or acceptable and what's not when it comes to drooli...
by PetsLady.com on Jul 15, 2016

askPETMD App Making It Easier For Pet Owners To Recognize Emergencies

Have you ever worried whether or not your pet needs urgent care but you’re wondering if you’re over reacting and don’t want to appear foolish at the vet’s? If you have, you’re not alone. Now, there's an app from PetMD called askPETMD that...
by PetsLady.com on May 30, 2016

Zoonotic Diseases: What Illnesses Could Your Cat Be Transmitting To You?

Did you know that your cat is capable of spreading disease to you and your family members? Well, they can. Find out the Top 5 illnesses they can spread and what you can do about it to prevent transmission of some of these potentially fatal diseases.
by PetsLady.com on May 25, 2016

Fido & Fluffy Can Donate Blood Too

Pet owners don’t just take their dogs and cats to the veterinarians when they are sick. Often, healthy pets can serve as the best aid for other pets who are sick or injured. #pets #animals...
by PetsLady.com on Mar 7, 2016

4 Things You Must Know About Dental Cleanings For Dogs And Cats

Are you taking proper care of your dog's or cat's teeth? According to veterinarian sources, 85 percent of all pets have periodontal disease by the time they are 3 years of age. Here's some key information you need in order to keep your cats and dog...
by PetsLady.com on Feb 24, 2016

World's First Test Tube Puppies Make Their Debut

Through the use of in vitro fertilization (IVF) the world’s first litter of puppies has been born, and they’re just as cute and bouncy as puppies born the old fashioned way. #pets #animals...
by PetsLady.com on Dec 11, 2015

The Bionic Cat: Titanium Legs Fitted For Shelter Cat Ready To Leap Into Action

A domestic short-haired feline named Vincent got a new pair of legs that puts him in the running for the bionic cat. #pets #animals...
by PetsLady.com on Dec 8, 2015

Scientists Investigate Potential Life-Extending Drug For Dogs

There's an exciting new drug being experimented with that may have the potential to add years to your dog's life. #pets #animals...
by PetsLady.com on Oct 23, 2015

German Shepherd Becomes Model For Rare Color-Blindness Study

A German shepherd with vision loss may play a key role in finding a cure for human achromatopsia, a rare form of color blindness. Achromatopsia is an inherited disorder affecting roughly 1 in 33,000 people in the U.S. #pets #animals...
by PetsLady.com on Oct 15, 2015

10+ Best Products For Your Dog ... Sold On Amazon

Most of us don't have the time or inclination to research every type of dog product on the market.  Even a pet product reviewer like myself doesn't review everything. As an Amazon shopper, though, I often rely on reviews from people who actually...
by PetsLady.com on Aug 17, 2015

5 Healthy Supplements To Help Your Cat Avoid Cancer

Since we do not know what causes cancer in cats, it is almost impossible to prevent a cat from getting cancer. A strong immune system is a critical component of overall cat health and supplements that boost your cat's immune system will likely help...
by PetsLady.com on May 29, 2015

Pet Friendly Hotels Make Traveling With Pets Easy

Thinking about taking a vacation with the family dog or cat and looking for pet friendly hotels? You're in luck. With more and more hotels and motels getting on board with the pet travel trend and sites like Pets Can Stay, finding pet friendly accomm...
by PetsLady.com on May 7, 2015

Local Raw Honey For Pet Allergies: Does It Work?

Does your dog lick his paws or scratch incessantly? Those actions are signs of allergies with your pet. While some breeds of dogs are more prone to food and skin allergies than others, if your pet's one of them, check out this information on local ra...
by PetsLady.com on May 5, 2015

April Is Pet Preparedness Month In Illinois

My girlfriend is lucky enough to have an office dog. Meet “Kodi”: Even though we’re not her owners, we’re still planning to sock away some food and other items for her in case of an emergency or “ruff” times. Illinois readers- did...
by Survival And Prosperity on Apr 7, 2015

The Six Million Dollar Dog?

Remember the days of Steve Austin’s transformation from an appendage-damaged astronaut into a stealth CIA operative? The TV Show, The Six Million Dollar Man became an instant TV hit, positioning actor Lee Majors as pop culture icon of the 1970s a...
by PetsLady.com on Mar 18, 2015

Pet Medications

Our pet pets, similar to us, have the possibility of being unwell sometimes. They do be worthy of the best treatment that they can survive a vet. Similar to us, our pets need to be brought to a veterinarian to identify its sickness and suggest medica...
by U Care Pets on Jun 26, 2014

The importance of regular flea treatment.

Todays post is Reblogged from The Misadventures of Misaki with there kind permission.Today’s post is from The Pet Medicine Company A flea infestation is more than just some mild discomfort for your dog. Left untreated, fleas can be a serious h...
by Sheba's Life Story on Apr 3, 2014

How To Make A First Aid Kit For Your Pets

We all continuously care for, love and want nothing but the very best for our animal friends, but accidents and illnesses happen. Don’t let you and your pet suffer when you can easily build a kit to keep you prepared if and when the worst happen...
by PetsLady.com on Feb 14, 2014

Mobile Veterinarians Hopeful That New Law Will Make DEA Stop Targeting Them

The law governing controlled substances has long been a sore spot for veterinarians that treat patients in their own homes. Under this law the vets were banned from using certain drugs, such as for pain, anesthesia, or euthanasia,  outside of their...
by PetsLady.com on Feb 9, 2014

Pro Pet Tip: Poison-Proofing Your Home

You and your pets are at your most comfortable at home, but if you haven’t been careful with keeping toxic common household items far away from fuzzy, feathered and scaly family members, you’re asking for trouble. Here’s some simple tips to...
by PetsLady.com on Dec 7, 2013


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