Medicating a dog can be tough, especially a sick one. It is hard to medicate a dog who doesn’t want to eat or could potentially become aggressive. And many times after a visit to the Emergency Vet, you will go home with more than one medication for your dog, how stressful!
Whether your feline friends are indoor, outdoor, or a combination of the two, at least one form of permanent identification is imperative for their safety. Forms of permanent identification include microchips, which can be scanned at your local animal shelter or veterinary hospital and linked to your contact information. In addition to these permanent forms of identification, collars with tags containing your contact information can be essential to ensuring a safe and speedy return in the event that your cat gets lost outside of your home.