The Not-So-Subtle Problems with Fleas and Ticks

iStock_000047785894_Large (2)Fleas and ticks (and other parasites) seem to be the bane of summertime fun. Our  pets are not exempt from the plague of blood-seeking disease carriers. From off-the-shelf-products to hiding in our homes, we may have tried every tactic to keep them at bay, but they still are a problem. And, now what!

To understand the ways fleas and ticks can become risky to the health of our pets, it’s important to explore effective ways to prevent them from ever posing a threat to our pet family members. Continue…

The Wonderful World Of Litter Box Training

Young cat use the toiletHouse-soiling is one of the most common reasons cats are surrendered to animal shelters each year. Fortunately, with a little effort and proper training, this behavior can be changed or avoided altogether. Whether you are bringing home a new kitten or seeking to re-establish proper elimination behavior in an older cat, The Pet Experts at Naperville Animal Hospital can help!

First Things First

The general rule of thumb when it comes to litter boxes is to have one per cat, plus one extra. The boxes should be easily accessible and located throughout your home. Continue…