What's Wagging Around the Space Coast
What is black and white and cuddly all over? Dalmatians, of course! This month’s spotlight (pun intended) is one of the world’s most recognizable breeds. Thanks to their fame and exposure with the Disney movie franchise as well as being a mascot for fire stations...
There is a slew of small pets referred to as “pocket pets” that can be an option for animal lovers who aren’t home enough or have enough space to love on a larger more active pet.
Getting a new pet is a fun and exciting adventure in life! Whether you bought or adopted your new cat, it is important to be prepared for an adjustment period. Your cat will need some time to get acclimated to their new surroundings, new family, and new routines. One...
Those with portable, easy-going dogs that are into the adventure of traveling are likely to be able to easily bring them along, while those who have dogs that are very young, very old, ill, or just overly anxious are likely to be more reluctant about the idea.
Brevard County, Florida is a beautiful place to live for humans and for their canine companions. There are all sorts of wonderful beaches, restaurants, and shops to visit, and many of them welcome well-behaved canines.
Tourists, including many pet parents, flock to our state in the summer months to enjoy the sun, sand, and adventure, especially those with school-aged children.
There are many reasons to help your local animal rescue. Volunteering is a great way to give back to your community, a way to help local animals in need, and [best of all] it is a perfect way to get some unconditional love.
You may have come here because you never knew you could get chiropractic care for your pets. Or maybe you have heard of it but didn’t quite know what it’s all about. Well, you’ve come to the right place!
When you have to leave your fur baby at home, be sure to consider how long they should be alone. Here are a few things we think that you should consider before leaving your dog alone at home.
If your dog is one of the vast majority of dogs, picking up the pills from the pharmacy is the easy part of the job, getting your pooch to swallow the pill is the challenging bit.
Let’s talk Himalayan! No, we don’t mean the mountains or those popular salt lamps. We’re talking much cuter and fluffier! For this month’s featured feline, we’re focusing in on the Himalayan cat. Whether you’re a "crazy cat person", interested in becoming a cat...
Read on to find out more about this unpleasant varmint, and how you can prevent infection in your fur baby by providing year-round heartworm prevention for your dog or cat.