pets

6 Signs You Have A Sick Pet

We’d like to think that we know our pets pretty well, but it’s not always easy to tell if you have a sick pet on your hands. As much as we wish that they could tell us how they’re feeling, they have no clear way of communicating it to us. Luckily, if you know some of the signs to watch for, you’ll be able to help your pet get healthy again in no time!

CanEVA Signs You Have A Sick Pet

7 Human Foods Your Pets Can Eat

A little while ago we wrote about foods that are dangerous for your pets to eat. But sometimes when their sweet little eyes are looking at you, it’s hard to say no! But there are human foods that pets can eat! So next time you feel inclined to give in to those faces, try one of these treats! They’re safe for your pets to share with you. Just remember that any treat should be given in moderation!

 

CanEVA Human Foods Your Pets Can Eat

Signs Of Arthritis To Watch For In Your Pet

When you’re not feeling well, it’s easy for you to fix. You take vitamins and medicine, you drink some chicken soup, you visit the doctor. But unlike you, pets aren’t able to speak up when something isn’t right. So when pets experience pain from conditions such as arthritis, it isn’t always easy to tell. That’s why pet owners need to be alert, and able to recognize the signs of pet discomfort and illness.

5 Foods That Are Harmful For Your Pet

This week, March 19-25, is Animal Poison Prevention Week. At CanEVA, we believe it’s important to be educated on what is harmful to your pet. Many people cook for their pets or feed them scraps from the table. In doing this, it is easy to let harmful ingredients slip through. But with proper education, you can make your kitchen a safe place for your pet. Here are some foods that can make your pets sick if ingested.