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Canine Obesity – Fat’s not always cute

Obesity is a chronic stigmatized and rapidly growing world-wide problem. It is a non-communicable medical condition and sadly the most common nutritional problem seen in our furry companions. –by Dr Rashmi Mishra, Dr Pashupathi M, and Dr Disha Sharma

RIGHT Nutrition for your furry friend

As a pet parent, it’s essential to understand the nutritional requirements as young animals have unique nutritional needs crucial for their growth, development, and overall health. Therefore, providing your furry friend with the right balance of nutrients is key to ensuring a healthy start to their life.

Paws- Pective FROM your PAWS!

Man and dog have shared a symbolic relationship over centuries. However, throughout this journey, the very fabric of the relationship has been sewn from man’s perspective. It is time for us to pause and ask our furry friends an existential question, - “Who are you?” –by Arathi Sen

Keep your furry friends healthy with expert nutrition

In the recent times, world over, we have noticed humanization of pets. The emotional bond, the sense of indispensability, the love and affection for them have made our new age pet parents zealous to research and learn everything about their furry friends.

Curbing cancer with awareness

Not all growths are cancer, but as responsible pet parents you need to be extra cautious to ensure your pet is healthy, happy, and safe. –by Dr Arkaprabha Gupta & Dr Debotri Mondal

U and I talking about UI (Urinary Inconsistency)

When your dog’s bladder has lost control, it is known as urinary incontinence. Pee leaks can be minor or significant, depending on their severity. There are numerous possibilities that your pet is suffering from urinary incontinence. Talk to your vet for the best diagnosis and treatment options.

With Sniffy in your pet’s diet,

A well-balanced nutritious diet leads to a happy, healthy and long life. Such is true for us as well as our beloved furry friends. Know more about Sniffy - the top dog food choice for your pet’s daily nutritional requirements.

Manage your pet’s weight before it’s too late

More than 40% of cats and dogs worldwide are overweight, and yet only a small percentage is treated Pets are more prone to experience obesity. It is because often, pet parents mix love for their pets with their pet’s feeding habits. Pets deserve to be loved and adored, but love should not interfere with their dietary habits. If your pet is overweight, their lifespan will be shortened, their…

Nurture with Nutrition – Wellness Guide for Your Pet

Nothing compares to the joy of coming home to your furry friend. To keep your pet happy and healthy, it is important to follow the right nutritional practices. Learn how you can give the best nutrition to your pet and maintain their health!

Magnanimously healthy is the new wealthy

Don’t we all want our pets to have the happiest, healthiest, and longest life possible? Here are some tips I have gathered over my years of experience grooming at Pawlish, to help you take a step closer to achieving this goal. –by Marcia D’Souza

Wagging tale of wellness

All pet parents want their pets to live a happy and healthy life. But sometimes the damage is already done because you didn't recognize the subtle signs before the diagnosis. It is time you prioritize your pet's wellness. –by Malaika Fernandes

Where Commitment Meets Preservation of Health!

Getting a new furry puppy into your family can be a very exciting and loving way to celebrate the occasion, but along with that excitement comes decisions to raise your puppy. We hope we can guide you through this decision and to help you understand your puppy’s nutritional needs. –by Mitu Paul

Endoscopy: A Vet’s Third Eye

Pets eating of abnormal objects like mango kernels, balls, large chicken bones can become a nightmare for pet parents. Learn how endoscopy has proved to be a boon for vets. –by Dr Dishant Saini, Dr Gajendra S Khandekar, Dr Santosh D Tripathi, Dr Shahir V Gaikwad, Dr Gaurav G Khandekar and Dr Harshal Patil

Decoding dog diet with notes on nutrition

Providing food for the body, mind, and soul – a pet-parent’s prime responsibility! Lack of proper nutrition can cause deficiency of certain nutrients and may even result in obesity. –by Dr HS Madhusudhan