Texas summers are hot. There’s no doubt about that but are you sure your pet is getting enough water to keep them well hydrated? Here are some Tips and Tricks to getting more water into their daily routines…. -Try adding canned or dehydrated food to their dry food. It is easy to pop open [...]
Cat Nutrition June is Adopt a Cat month. Harold ,my adopted cat is a big part of our family. Harold the chief tester of all cat products carried at Natural Pawz, if Harold won’t use it, eat it or play with it, we don’t carry the products. My goal is simple, products must be [...]
Much like their human caretakers, small herbivores can benefit from a certain amount of variety in their daily diet. Read this month’s article to learn how to provide a good foundation for your pet’s health: The Importance of Feeding a Variety.
In Houston, we’re no strangers to allergies. It seems that we suffer more than our friends and families who live elsewhere. In the spring, not only are our pets closer to the ground where the nasty pollen is, but their fur coats and pads on their feet are like magnets that attract these [...]
March typically means springtime in Texas. It’s my favorite time of year – the temperature ranges from the 60’s-70’s, flowers are blooming, birds are chirping and squirrels seem to be everywhere. This year, I plan to make the most of spring. After all, before I know it, it will be in the [...]
Is this just a way for vets to convince pet parents to have their pet’s teeth cleaned or is there another reason? Many pets will show signs of gum disease before they hit the age of 5. Pet’s often will hide the fact that they have pain in their mouth so it [...]