Just like other pets, cats can get easily stressed out at Christmas. Flickering lights, lots of people, different smells – these can all overwhelm your cat. There are certain things you should keep in mind if you want to keep your cat calm during the holiday season. Here is NatuPet’s guide on how to ensure your cat has calm and relaxed Christmas. Cat-proof your holiday decorations and tree Let’s begin with the Christmas tree and…

Each holiday season brings comfort and joy. But more often than none, it can also cause stress for both humans and pets. Visitors and additional food droppings from cooking may excite your dog, while other activities including decorating, changes in feeding schedules and less space can easily cause anxiety. This Christmas let’s all be mindful of our pets and ensure our holiday does not turn into a nightmare for them. Here is NatuPet’s guide for…

Yes, dogs do get colds, but these are not the same as human colds. Dog colds may go away on their own if your dog’s immune system is strong enough. However, it is advised to take care of your dog the same way you would care for a human if you notice they are sick.

Dog dandruff is just as troubling as human dandruff. Some of the causes might differ but home care and additional trips to the vet will go a long way in ensuring your dog’s skin isn’t flaky. Regular grooming baths and fatty acid supplements to the diet are all tips that improve skin health immensely and keep dandruff at bay.

Colitis is an irritation or inflammation of the colon or large intestines. This results in a host of issues, like diarrhea, pain, difficulty defecating, and a lot of discomforts. With proper treatment, after determining the exact cause of the condition, you can avoid recurrent cases of colitis. You must also practice the prevention measures such as strict dietary control for this to happen.

While there are numerous reasons why your dog is shaking, it is vital to pay close attention to the symptoms and behavior of your canine friend. Contact your veterinarian and don’t self-medicate your pup.

Dogs can get high from accidental ingestion, experimental administration, a contact high from exposure to marijuana or eating cannabis edibles.
Seek immediate medical support if your dog ingests marijuana, as most pets recover well.