Blog by Vet Image Solutions
If you're a cat owner, you know that felines have particular dietary needs. The good news is that there are many healthy feline diet options available, including both wet and dry foods. However, if you want to be sure your cat is getting everything she needs from her food sources, here are some tips for making smart choices about what kinds of food items your kitty eats
As we enter the summer months and find ourselves soaking up every minute of sun we can, it’s important that we also take care of our dogs during this time. Whilst your dog will most likely want to bathe in the heat outside with you and your family, it is crucial to keep a close eye on them and ensure their comfort comes first in the warm weather. Here are a few tips you can follow as an owner to take care of your pooch this summer.
The breeding season for cows varies based on the breed of the cow. Some breeds have a breeding season that lasts all year long, while other breeds only have a specific time of year when they are bred. Cows that are bred all year long are called "seasonal breeders." Regardless of the cow, there are a few things you can do to help prepare your cow for her breeding season. In this blog post, our team at Vet Image Solutions offer expert advice on preparing a cow for its breeding season.
As a dog owner, it's important to be able to tell when your dog is pregnant, so you can prepare and care for them as needed. There are several ways in which owners can tell if their dog is pregnant, some of which are laid out below.
Whilst it can be easy to brush off getting into a scrap with other cats as part of their nature, it can be distressing when your cat comes home injured from fighting.
Cats are instinctively territorial and are not afraid to fight to protect what they believe is their space. If another cat encroaches their space or their territories overlap, it can lead to fighting. All cats' territories can vary, from just their house and garden to larger areas around their home, which can make it challenging to work out who your cat is fighting with.
Chocolate can be incredibly harmful to dogs because it contains a chemical called theobromine. This can lead to an increased heart rate, higher blood pressure, and seizures in the worst cases. Signs your dog may have eaten chocolate will include panting, increased thirst, increased urination, and restlessness, so if your dog’s behaviour changes, start to explore if this is the cause.