Posts in Category: Puppies & Kittens
There’s nothing quite as exciting as bringing home a new kitten. Whether you’ve spent hours at the shelter picking out just the right companion, or have brought home a new addition from your neighbor’s surprise litter, the joy, anticipation and fun that await you as a new cat owner are unmatched.
It’s no secret either that kitten care is a lot of hard work! There are multiple things to consider as you acclimate your new pet to your home and family. Whether you’re a first time cat owner or a veteran with many cats, Harris Parkway Animal Hospital is ready to be your guide as you navigate these new waters.
Kitten Care 101
Kittens are naturally curious, alert, and funny creatures. They are also babies, however, which means they need lots of care and attention to grow into healthy and well socialized young cats. Here are some ways to get started with new kitten care.
Gear up – before you bring your kitten home, there are a few things you’ll need. Start with the basics: Continue…
Puppies are one of the greatest joys in life. When you first bring your new puppy home, you can count on many moments of fun and laughter, at least a few accidents that need to be cleaned, and a few other sleepless nights. A growing puppy needs much more from you than a food dish and a place to sleep, though. As you’ll see, when all is said and done, parenting a new puppy is no walk in the park!
With a few tips from Harris Parkway Animal Hospital, you can be sure that those first few weeks will set the tone for a lifetime of friendship and fun with your first puppy.
Over the past decade, the number of low-cost spay and neuter clinics has dramatically grown. There are low-cost spay and neuter clinics in most cities across the nation. Although some of these facilities are good ones, and appeal to those who need to spay or neuter at a low cost, they oftentimes lack the necessary skills and equipment to provide the best surgical options and care.
At Harris Parkway Animal Hospital, we still believe that spaying and neutering your pet with a full service, private practice veterinarian is the best option for the safety and comfort of your pet, and we’re here to explain why.