Treating Fungal Yeast Infection In Dogs And Cats

A fungal yeast infection is an inflammatory skin condition which can occur in both dogs and cats. When yeast begins to overproduce, a fungal yeast infection can occur.

The Symptoms Of A Fungal Yeast Infection In Dogs:

1. The Skin Becomes Scaly

A fungal yeast infection can make the skin flake, which looks very much like dandruff. It can also cause the skin to scale and crust. read more

How To Deworm A Cat

There’s no delicate way to investigate the topic of deworming your cat. It is a pretty icky subject, but understanding the ins and outs of deworming your favorite feline is very important to his well being and overall health. Worms can make your kitty cat feel sick, and in severe cases, death is possible. Getting the parasites knocked out should be approached with a sense of urgency so your cat or perhaps foster kittens can be restored to perfect health. Let’s dive into this topic and explore the options for deworming. read more

Tips to Eliminate Cat Dander in Your Home

If you suffer from allergies, dander can cause a real discomfort.There are measures you can take to help eliminate dander from your pet.

9 Best Kitty Litter Boxes (2019 Review)

Instead of going through a dozen boxes to see which is best for you and your feline companion, take a look at some of our favorite kinds.

What You Should Know About Hairballs

Hairballs may be unpleasant for both you and your cat, but they are also a common part of a healthy grooming process.

Signs and Treatments of the Feline Herpes Virus

Uncontrollable sneezing? Runny nose? Your cat might have feline herpes. It's important to know early symptoms of FHV and it's treatment.

Sneezing in Cats: Causes and Symptoms

An occasional sneeze from a cat is normal and nothing to worry about. However, if it persists for a long period of time, it can signify something worse.

Top 10 Largest Cat Breeds

Some cat breeds are naturally larger in size than the average domestic one we have in our homes. Meet these ten sizable cat breeds for your home.

Managing Eye Discharge (Mucus) in Dogs and Cats

By observing your pet's behavior as it can tell you a lot of things. It is also important that you visit the vet before you go with any home remedies.

Reasons for Excessive Drooling in Cats and Dogs

If your pets suddenly start to drool, it can be worrying. Yes, dogs will drool, but if they do it excessively, there might be something wrong.