Sometimes people post questions about their animals here on our blog and feel frustrated when, instead of giving them detailed medical recommendations for their animal, we recommend they talk to their own veterinarian. Several people have asked us why we do this, so we thought we’d explain in case you were wondering.
Children, by nature, are inquisitive and hands on. When it comes to pets, this isn’t always a good thing. Here’s 5 tips I’ve found useful to assure the safety and happiness of both my kids and the pets they encounter.
A piece of the tree that fell on my car turned out to be one of the greatest things I could have kept as a pet owner.
This past winter, we unexpectedly lost our much-adored Bengal kitty, Cosmo. He was young: only 1.5 years old. Though we had not had him long, he took a piece of our hearts with him when he left. I’m not sure that hole will ever be filled. So now I ask myself nearly every day: when […]
The 4th of July can be a fun time for you and your pets! Family, friends, cookouts, playtime and fun in the sun. But please remember to BE SAFE with your pets during hot weather.
My almost 3-year-old son is the biggest stickler for straightening up. I noticed that he sets up the cat’s toys in a very specific way every time. I thought it would be nice to share the Potatoe Combo toy.
Everybody loves to spoil their pets, and cats are generally very willing to be spoiled! Why not enter to win your feline companion this great Drs. Foster and Smith Deluxe Cat Bed Hideaway!?
As you can imagine, we get to see tons of beautiful pets here at Drs. Foster and Smith… and what’s better for Valentine’s Day than a cuteness overload?!
The people at Bayer are wonderful by coming to do training classes every year or so to update us on their products, and give us new information to help us better educate our customers. Denise Winslow and Dr. Paris Revoir came to visit us this year for our information update. They came with videos and […]
If you didn’t know, when you buy your pet’s food or treats from Drs. Foster and Smith a portion of the proceeds are going towards a donation to Michigan State University. This will be funding advancements in pet cancer therapies.
For awhile now I have been thinking about getting a cat. I weighed the pros and cons and decided that when the time was right it would happen. Learn about how Potatoe joined our family.
Personally, I do not know a lot about pet diabetes, so I thought I’d do some research, and share what I learned with you! Perhaps we can all learn a thing or two and become more aware of pet diabetes.
Last year some time (yes, I know, why did I take so long!?) I asked what some common pet myths people know. We got a few responses, and I thought the first one made this a perfect post for the Halloween season.