Posts from December, 2018
Here at The Whole Pet Vet Hospital and Wellness Center, we’re so grateful that our community of dedicated, loving pet owners continues to grow. Each day, we’re reminded that we have the best jobs in the world, and we have you and your pets to thank for that!
Part of our mission is to help pet owners become the best possible guardians of their pet’s health and wellness. That’s why every month, we try to highlight topics on our pet care blog that are useful and relevant. We know today’s pet owners face many questions, and we hope our pet care blogs continue to be a helpful resource for you!
Thanks for Reading The Whole Pet Vet’s Top 5 Pet Care Blogs of the Year!
Without further delay, the following pet care blogs are the most popular of the past year. Enjoy!
#5: Tightening The Leash On Fake Service Animals
Taking your dog with you in public sounds pretty great, but it has a downside. The problem of fake service animals is on the rise, putting real working dogs and their handlers at risk. Read on!
#4: Twitchy Whiskers: Which Cat Behavior Is The Most Bizarre?
Cats are cool creatures. From their gravity-defying jumps to their strange little hunting noises, domestic felines command everyone’s attention. Part of what makes them so interesting, though, is their relative weirdness. Yes, their sleek appearance and debonair stare come first, but they definitely come equipped with a few odd – and yet universally feline – behaviors. Which cat behavior is your favorite? Continue reading…
#3: A Walk In The Park: Dog Walking Safety And Etiquette
Ah, spring! What a beautiful time of year to dust off your dog’s leash and get back outside for some exercise and fresh air. Dog walking is one of the greatest pleasures of dog ownership, and ensuring a good time for your dog relies on dog walking safety, awareness, and, of course, etiquette. Keep reading…
#2: See The Signs: Recognizing A True Pet Emergency
There are loads of odd occurrences that can befall a single pet, but they might not always indicate a pet emergency. Take, for example, a hairball. It sounds terrifying (especially in the middle of the night), but rarely signals the need for urgent veterinary care. On the other hand, there are undeniably serious symptoms that should never be ignored. So, how do pet owners tell the difference? Read more…
#1: Soothing Sounds: Pet Music Therapy Has Calming Benefits
For many years, we have been fascinated by the impact music can have on memory, emotional state, and even healing from physical injuries and illnesses. Amazingly, the more we learn about music therapy and its benefits to humankind, the more we find that this same knowledge can be applied to our four-legged friends. Read on!
Happy New Year!
A huge thank you goes out to all of our Los Gatos area pets and their people for being the most wonderful clients. We’re so grateful to be able to serve the pets in our community, and we look forward to seeing you again in 2019.