When it comes to dental care, cats aren't as likely to get treatment as their canine counterparts. This is often because cats are better at hiding pain and because there are so many misconceptions about their behavior. Because it's National Pet Dental Health Month, here are some fascinating facts about the feline mouth
There's an unfortunate trend we see in veterinary care: most pet families know the importance of wellness visits and keeping vaccines up to date, but, too often, their cat or dog's dental health is overlooked. February is National Pet Dental Health Month and it's a good time to discuss keeping your friend's teeth healthy all year round.
Most Brook Farmers know to get their seasonal flu shot before a coworker starts coughing or the kids come home with noses running. What might surprise some is that our canine friends are also susceptible to contagious bacterial and viral infections - year round.
Feasting, football, Aunt Louise pinching cheeks and Cousin Al snoring on the recliner --Thanksgiving draws family together and that means our beloved furry family members, too.