Pets are the best friends to us humans. They probably understand human emotions than our fellow humans would. Also, pets, to a high degree, blindly trust their owners. Although, they cannot talk to us, they definitely know how to communicate with us. We have the privilege to watch our pets grow; We get to play with them, pamper them, and most of all, care for them. Our pets may seem completely fine and healthy to us from outside. However, the real question remains - are they really healthy from within?
Eusoh is updating the traditional insurance model - and we think traditional pet foods could use some updating, too. When Pet Plate founder Renaldo Webb was looking for an alternative to low-quality, processed dry foods for his pup Winston, he ended up starting his own dog food company!
*This article concerning health costs came from the New York Times. It was written by David Leonhart and it was published on July 19, 2019. Link
My health care is a benefit. Your health care is a cost.
That widespread attitude has long hurt political efforts to hold down medical costs. When people hear that the government (or an insurance company or a hospital) is taking steps to reduce health care spending, they get nervous about being denied medical care.
Our friends at Healthcare for Pets have an article on dental health for your pets. Taking care of our pets teeth can be an ordeal. But it is an ordeal we all must undertake. Over 85% of pets will deal with a dental issue. These issue are unseen and difficult to detect but with a trained eye, they can be dealt with. Here's what you can do to avoid a huge dental bill. Original article: https://www.healthcareforpets.com/article/how-to-prevent-dental-disease-in-cats-and-dogs/ By: Dr. Clayton Greenway, B.Sc., DVM
Here's another article from our friends at Healthcare for Pets, a blog dedicated to your pet's health. It covers seven bad habits cats have and how to deal with them. It could be said that bad cats existsbecause they were bad kittens. But there are behaviors that can developed in the best of conditions.
The original article is from the the New York Post written by Lauren Steussy. Here is the link to the original article. https://nypost.com/2019/01/16/alarming-burnout-is-making-doctors-want-to-kill-themselves/
Here's a Q & A from our content partner Healthcare for Pets, an informative blog that is dedicated to your pet's health. The blog is written by veterinary professionals so we know it's good.