Category archives for: You & Your Pets

Thinking of getting a new kitten…or two?

Thinking of getting a new kitten…or two?

by Khun Dee
Most animal lovers must force themselves to ignore the cute kittens and pups on display at the many pet shops and outdoor markets in and around Pattaya. And that’s as it should be. The temptation to take home one or more furry friend is sometimes overwhelming when a cuddly puppy or an innocent [...]

Cat Corner Tip

Cat Corner Tip

Toy boredom
There are three ways to keep your cats interested in their toys. (These ploys work on dogs as well):
* Put the toy in a new location.
Environment can be as much a part of the game as the toy itself. Change locations now and then to give them some variety in how they play, [...]

POISONS

POISONS

You’re probably prepared for family first aid needs, but do you know what to do if your pet has a medical problem? This Pattaya Today feature may help answer some common questions.

Even small quantities of grapes and raisins can cause renal failure in dogs. Chocolate, macadamia nuts, cooked onions, or anything with caffeine can also [...]

Going to the Dogs…

Going to the Dogs…

Scratch a dog and you’ll find a permanent job.
~Franklin P. Jones

Cat Corner Tip: Home-Alone Blues

Cat Corner Tip: Home-Alone Blues

by Dr. RJ Peters to Pattaya’s cat lovers
Do cats get separation anxiety? You bet they do. Although it’s more common in dogs, cats can feel it, too.
For most cats, aloofness is just a myth. They are extremely sociable and bond deeply with people and other animals — which means they can feel just as stressed [...]

Going to the Dogs…

Going to the Dogs…

When a dog barks at the moon, then it is religion; but when he barks at strangers, it is patriotism!

~David Starr Jordan

Caution

Caution

Foods that should not be given to cats include onions, garlic, green tomatoes, raw potatoes, chocolate, grapes, and raisins. Though milk is not toxic, it can cause an upset stomach and gas. Tylenol and aspirin are extremely toxic to cats, as are many common houseplants. Feeding cats dog food or canned tuna that’s for human [...]

Pet Rx: Heartworm

Pet Rx: Heartworm

Dogs and even cats are at risk for heartworm. It’s difficult to treat and sometimes fatal, but heartworm infection is easily prevented. Your dog should be given a blood test for heartworm every year, and your veterinarian may prescribe a preventive tablet to be given once a month when mosquito infestation is at its highest. [...]

Cats for You in Pattaya

Cats for You in Pattaya

Cats for You is a great and much needed service in our area, but Paul and Sandra point out that adopting a cat or kitten is a long-term commitment with costs such as feeding and veterinary fees.  Many adopters find it’s a good idea to adopt two animals so that they can enjoy each others’ [...]

Cat Corner Tip

Cat Corner Tip

by Dr. RJ Peters to Pattaya’s cat lovers
If you have indoor/outdoor cats, you can expect “gifts” of small prey, which your cat proudly gives to you as a token of his love and esteem for you as his leader. Cats are not pack animals, like dogs, but they do observe a hierarchy in the home, [...]

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