It’s Snuggle Season and Here’s How to Keep Your Pets Warm During Winter

As the temperatures drop and winter sets in, it's important to ensure our pets stay warm and comfortable. Whether they're spending time indoors or outdoors, there are several things you can do to keep your pets warm from the cold.   To help all the pet parents out there, we'll [...]

The Dirty Truth Behind Dog Poop: What are Its Environmental and Health Hazards?

We all know that dog ownership comes with responsibilities, one of which is scooping up after our furry friends. But did you know that not picking up dog poop can have serious consequences?   Not only can it be messy and an eyesore, but it can also cause many environmental [...]

A Sweet Surprise is Coming Your Way From sugarglider.me!

Caring for pets is one of the most fulfilling (yet daunting) responsibilities. It’s similar to taking care of small kids — but with more fur, more mess, barks, and purrs. For pet parents, having them means companionship, unconditional love, emotional support, and security.   If you are a pet parent [...]

A Pet-Friendly Guide to Weathering Storms

Are you ready for hurricane season? Any inclement weather, mild or severe, can result in scared, stressed and even lost pets. Animals can often can predict and smell an approaching storm well before humans, which can influence their behavior. Be aware of how your pets act during severe weather and [...]

FIV and FeLV: What’s The Difference?

The Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV), and Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) are often mistaken to be the same; sometimes even used interchangeably. However, that’s not the case. FIV and FeLV cause two entirely separate diseases. Yes, they’re both in the Retroviridae family, but that only means they’re related—not the same.   [...]

Diabetes Insipidus: What It Is and How It Differs from Diabetes Mellitus

Diabetes insipidus, also known as water diabetes, is a condition that impairs the body’s ability to properly conserve or release water. Unlike Diabetes mellitus or sugar diabetes, which causes urine to become “sweet”, this disorder often dilutes urine with large amounts of water, making it “tasteless” or insipid. Generally, cats [...]

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