Helping Pets in Small Spaces Thrive: It Can be Done!

There are loads of ways to keep your pet safe at home, but what about cultivating pet happiness in a fifth-floor walkup that’s less than 1000 square feet? Dogs (even small ones) must get outside for mental stimulation and physical exercise, but most cats stay indoors 100% of the time.

The indoor environment must be balanced and meet the needs of all pets, regardless of species, breed, and age. Otherwise, how can you prevent them from getting restless or disturbing the neighbors? Especially for urban pet owners, it’s important to consider all the ways you can support pets in small spaces to ensure they stay happy and healthy.

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Living with a Blind Pet? Solutions to Keep Them Fit and Happy

Sharing a home with a special needs pet is incredibly rewarding, but it’s not without certain challenges. To put things mildly, ensuring their safety must become the number one priority. In the case of a blind pet, attention to security and welfare must be undivided. In a way, this ironclad commitment to protect them can minimize how much fun they can experience. However, as with all aspects of responsible pet ownership, finding a balance between both worlds is key.

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The Lowdown On Supplements For Pets

Every day, millions of Americans consume multivitamins, supplements, and other products aimed at supporting their overall health. The fact that many of these products have no proven scientific benefit doesn’t seem to change the fact that the vitamin and supplement industry is booming. It only makes sense that animal lovers would want to enhance their pet’s diets, prevent disease, and help with symptoms.

Certain supplements for pets are helpful, but many do nothing or cause harm. Let the staff at Animal Kind Veterinary Hospital walk you through the ins and outs before you come to any conclusions regarding supplements for pets.

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Allergic Reaction or Pet Poisoning? Both are a Pet Emergency!

It’s just another normal day at home when all of a sudden, you start to notice your pet acting a little funny. What’s going on? A closer look at their general appearance and behavior may reveal they’re unwell, but without a concrete understanding of what’s behind vague symptoms, you’re stumped.

In some cases, you could have a bona fide pet emergency on your hands. Was your pet exposed to something toxic? Are they having a serious allergic reaction to something? The answer may surprise you. Either way, it’s a situation that requires quick thinking and immediate action.

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