Canine lymphoma is the most common hematopoietic tumor affecting pet dogs, and it frequently can be readily diagnosed by a physical examination and inserting a fine-needle into the enlarged lymph nodes for examination. Treatment of canine lymphoma with systemic chemotherapies is typically highly rewarding, with the majority of dogs responding positively, with correlative improvements in quality of life and…
Halloween can be a festive and fun time for children and families. But for pets? Let’s face it, it can be a nightmare. Skip the stress and keep your pets safe this year by following these easy tips.…
Deer and Elk Velvet Antler are very similar in many ways. Elk (Cervus canadensis) is the largest of the deer species. The weight and size of an Elk antler can be up to 1/3 larger than their deer cousin. The velvet from both animals is similar in active ingredients and mineral content and both have been recognized in traditional Chinese Medicine for over 2,000 years for vitality, energy and inflammation.…
Happy Thanksgiving! As we sit down to dinner with the family to celebrate this holiday it is important to recognize, that even though our four legged family friends love to join in on all things family, inviting them to a traditional Thanksgiving dinner is not the bet thing for them!
We share with you the top Thanksgiving Foods That Are Bad for Cats and Dogs
Stuffing: Thanksgiving dressing is often made with onions, scallions or
garlic. Ham: Ham and other pork products can cause pancreatitis, upset stomach,
vomiting and diarrhea.
.Turkey Bones. Mashed Potatoes. Salads
with Grapes/Raisins. And all desserts, but in particular those containing Chocolate! .
Ever wonder what the expression “Fat Cat” means? A fat cat is a common term associated with someone who has made a lot of money, especially without working hard for it or by not caring about their workers or customers.…
So much is going on in October regarding pets and the people who love them! This month is recognized as pet wellness month. The health of your pets is important not just for your dog or cat, but also for you! The primary two things you can do for your pet’s health is diet and exercise. A recognized nutritious diet with the required nutrients goes a long way to keeping your pet healthy. Read the labels and look for the calories, proteins and grain content. Your pet can’t read…but you can! The more exercise you and your pet get, the better you will be. No matter what size of dog you have, a good walk, ball chasing, playing games and agility are all important. Don’t forget that house cats need exercise too. Spend time with a feather, a lure on a stick or a catnip toy and get your cat moving. For older pets who are having difficulty with mobility due to joint pain or injury try CanEVA Pet to keep your 4-legged friends in step with nature.
October is Adopt a Shelter Dog Month and we encourage anyone looking to add a 4-legged family member to consider adopting a dog or cat from your local humane society or shelter. There are many benefits to adopting a dog or cat versus buying a kitten or puppy. These include, but are by no means limited to:
- Animals tend to be older and therefore house trained, socialized and mature in size
- Often they are already spayed or neutered – a great benefit to you, and a saved expense further down the line
- The dog or cat has more often then not, already reached their full size – this is often why some dogs end up in a shelter in the first place. All puppies are adorable when they are little, and people often don’t realize how big and how boisterous a puppy may get as an adult.
- Experienced workers at the shelter have a grasp on the animal’s personality and who would best fit in with your family. This is a great bonus, as you get an idea of how this pet will fit with your lifestyle, your family and your time commitment. Shelter workers know if the dog likes children, gets along with other pets, level of exercise and physical needs.
CanEVA supports the tireless and energetic efforts of all the staff, trainers and vets who work at shelters and dog rescues. Check out the science behind CanEVA to see how our product can help your rescue dog or cat maintain a healthy and active lifestyle.
CanEVA congratulates our founder Barbara on yet another successful year. We won’t tell you how old she is in dog years! CanEVA HUMAN is getting a new look to celebrate Barbs birthday and we are planning big celebrations and promotions this year for both our 4-legged and 2-legged customers. Isn’t it great that there is one great supplement that both you and your pets can take for increased mobility, relief of discomfort in your joints and another bonus…helps grow your hair, nails and fur.
the cute, fabulous pet photos of our customers and followers. Please send us your best Pet Photo, whatever pet you want to share with us is great! The best photo will be posted on our website and will receive a 15g bottle of CanEVA PET and posted on our website and our Instagram. Contest opens today and the winner will be posted on July 11th. Mouffett is doing her best Diane Ross impression (even though we told her she was disqualified!). Send your photo today to firstname.lastname@example.org
More pets disappear during this week-end then any other time of the year! People may love the visual and audio celebration of fireworks but cats and dogs have no idea what is going on and instinctively run and hide from loud noise and vibrant lights in the sky. If you think your dog is going to enjoy a BBQ sausage and a twilight display…think again! The best thing you can do for your pets on the eve of July 1 or July 4th is ensure they are safely secured in an area they are familiar and happy with, all windows and doors securely locked. If you are home with your dog and his anxiety increases try shutting the curtains, turning up the music and act calm as if nothing is happening. If the condition increases try a Thundershirt. www.thundershirt.com