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Pet Professionals Put Their Best Paw Forward!

Pet professionals — groomers, vets, pet shop owners, and trainers— have helped your pet in more ways than one. As we celebrate our 18th anniversary, here’s showing our respect and understanding what they have to say!

Care is the best way to your pooch love!

The monsoon has ended and before we know it, winter is upon us. It’s time to bring the woollens out and get ready for the nip in the air. But what about our furry family members? Winter nutrition? Luckily for them, the fur does the job of insulating them from the cold, but there is much more that connects this season and your dog’s health. –by Mitu Paul

Puppy care made simpler!

The first look, the first touch, the first lick… is always so special. We cherish the endearing bond that a puppy shares with his mother and we understand the extra care that the mother needs. It could be the exhaustion from the deliveries or a large number of pups in a litter or any other medical examinations.–by Mitu Paul

Pups are Precious— Nurture Them Right

Experience magic and be prepared for the best journey of your life with your canine companions. Here’s all that you want to know about caring for a new born puppy. -by Dr Pranav Anjaria, Dr Varun Asediya and Dr Suhaas Takoo

Chugging Moments with travel Tails

Winding tracks, alluring destinations, and a pawfect companion to share your travel tales. Seems like a scene out of a fairy tale? But this is exactly what the heart desires! Read on to make your train travels terrific! –by Dr Ankur Narad, Dr RK Jain, Dr Nidhi Shrivastava and Dr Supriya Shukla

15 Ways to Adore more while they age

As pet parents there is one thing that most of us agree upon – Age is just a number. When our beloved pets are aging, their puppy eyes look and mischief don’t go away, and actually why should it! It is this naughtiness which makes them the shining light of our life. You should understand that your pet undergoes various changes with age. These changes can be related to their health, coat, bones,…

The One Stop Solution for diagnostics

VETLAB is a division of All Vet Diagnostic Solutions, which provides services of veterinary diagnostic and imaging. The company is managed by a team of techno professionals. It is a NABL Accredited (ISO/IEC-17025-2005) and one stop solution for all veterinary lab tests. The services offered include – lab tests, imaging and specialised tests. Genesis and idea behind The story behind this venture…

PETCART Nest: An eco-friendly abode for your furry friends

PETCART Nest is an exquisite luxury eco-friendly pet resort developed after intensive research of more than two years with pet parents, practicing veterinarians and industry experts. The aim is to provide the most sought after pet resort in the country. The resort is located in Bangalore. Right from check-in to check-out, we have detailed process which ensures our guests are taken care…

A dog is about to bite but can you tell?

It is usually after a dog bite has happened that the pet parents are horrified and often say: I had no idea. I couldn’t tell. He never does this. He has never done this in his life. However, there is a good chance that their dog was displaying signs of deep stress and agony for a while before she finally let go and bit, only the clueless humans didn’t know how to ‘listen’ to heir pet. Recently…

14 Essentials for the CANINE TRAVELLER

Many pet parents opt for pet boarding facilities or even getting a dog-sitter if they plan to go out of town. But sometimes, taking your little one along is the best decision. Read these 14 tips that’ll turn you and your doggie into pro travelers. 1.Remember that dogs get travel anxiety, thus experiment with short trips beforehand Do you get motion sickness in a car, or feel nervous when a…

Check in with your furry travellers to Lemon Tree Hotel

Cradled amidst the hills of Aravallis, surrounded by dancing fields of maize and mustard, is the charming Lemon Tree Hotel. With picturesque greens and serene water bodies, this visually stunning and breathtaking resort at Tarudhan Valley in Manesar, just outside Delhi, exudes an old world charm, welcoming you and your pet dogs. Yes, this Lemon Tree Hotel is pet friendly. Spread across 72…

We Love, We Care, We Treat

CPVet spreading branches soon in cities like Chandigarh, Jaipur and Lucknow Here’s the story behind the creation of CPVet. Dr Ashok Kumar, who graduated from Pondicherry Veterinary College, is at the helm of the chain of CPVet hospitals. Recalling his early days, when he was about to finish his college and start veterinary practice, Dr Ashok says, “I thought of going for large animal practice. So…

Everything is fine with Tin Laden today

When the local NGO Peedu’s People in Chandigarh found a puppy hidden in bushes, cowering and very sick, they knew that saving him would be an uphill battle. Here’s the story. Within minutes the puppy was diagnosed with parvo, a deadly virus that kills everything in its whirlwind path. The virus was determined but the puppy was resilient. Every passing day brought more hope to the volunteers.…

Reasons to take extra care of your pet in rainy season

Well, who doesn’t love rain? Like us our furry buddies too love rain. The wet grounds, smell of soil, moist grass, colourful umbrellas, short walks. But they need a little more care during this season as they are very sensitive to loud noise, prone to tick and flea attack and skin infections. So, let’s go step by step. Warm home—Home Tweet Home! Warm and cosy Make sure the house is mopped…

Oxygen for Life : Cell-Pet®

Just Like Oxygen Is Important For Life, So is Cell-pet® Important For Our Pets..For Longevity And Health. Let’s See How Fungal - infection The treatment started on 15th July 2016. This dog has been suffering from severe fungal infection for many months without any improvement or healing taking place. The above Picture was taken on 21st July 2016. Lots of healing has already taken place since the…

Home is Where Dog Hair is! Manage Shedding Effectively

Nearly every dog sheds regardless of his age or breed. Shedding is a common phenomenon not just in doublecoated breeds like German Shepherds who shed prolifically, but also in many shed-resistant dog breeds. It is a natural process helping your pet to get rid of old and damaged hair. Unwanted pet hair in the house can be somewhat a task to get rid of. Hours spent on vacuuming, dusting, and …

One of a Kind Travel Tale!

Heaven on Earth—a trip to Leh-Ladakh—more than 4000 km, a road trip, the mystical mountains, and two gorgeous Golden Labradors! It all started one evening and promised it by mistake to Happy that we will go to Leh- Ladakh with Guggu and Breezer. Time flowed like a river flows and years passed. We lost Breezer, but I had it in my heart to go for that promised road trip. Finally we took the plunge…

Summer care for our canine friends

With temperatures soaring across the country, it is important to help our canine friends in beating the summer heat. Dogs don’t sweat. They have no sweat glands except in their foot pads. Water evaporation occurs on the mucous membranes of the upper respiratory system and mouth which is the most important means for dissipating body heat. Panting helps dogs cool off when they are hot. But, when…

Say no to puppy mills!

Hundreds of thousands of dogs in India suffer in puppy mills; they are made prisoners of greed, locked in small dirty cages, freezing in winter and sweltering in summer, never getting out of their locked cages. They are made to breed over and over again until they die. The only way to free them from this misery is by refusing to buy a puppy from a puppy mill. Life of a dog is a nightmare in a…

5 must-know tips for paw care

With little steps they walk into our life and leave footprints on our heart for a lifetime. So, it makes sense to take care for our dog’s paws as well. A dog’s paws provide extra cushioning and protect their joints and bones from shock, and protect the deep tissues within the paws. They also provide the required insulation against extreme weather conditions. Look where they walk: Try and avoid…