The CertaPet Blog: Helping Pet Owners Live a Better Life With Their Pets

26 September, 2018

An Inside Look At How to Become a Veterinarian

If you want to learn about how to become a veterinarian, then you’ll first need to know what you’re getting yourself into. Veterinary medicine is truly one of the most difficult degree’s one can aim to acquire. Many vet students may often find themselves struggling to cope with the emotional, physical, and educational demands. So if want to learn about …

21 September, 2018

A Dog Bone Safety Guide: Giving You Pup Dog Bones!

Giving Fido a dog bone may seem like a straightforward thing. It’s a basic primal need, right? Don’t dogs eat bones in the wild? The answer isn’t quite so simple. There are some bones you can safely give your dog and some bones that are a definite no-go for your friend Fido. The most important thing is that you need …

14 September, 2018

Ibuprofen for Dogs Warning {Must Read}

Ibuprofen is a go-to painkiller that many people reach for when they’re feeling ill. But what about ibuprofen for dogs? Read on to learn all about the best forms of pain relief for dogs and the natural supplement you can give in its place. Can Dogs Have Ibuprofen? Ibuprofen is a common pain reliever that is used to treat pain, …

13 September, 2018

Signs, Symptoms, and Potential Causes of a Lethargic Dog

If your dog is usually excited and energetic but is acting lazy and not wanting to get out of bed, it can be a sign that something isn’t right. A lethargic dog does not want to eat, drink, go for a walk, or even get out of their bed. It is important for dog owners to pay attention to their …

12 September, 2018

Can Dogs Get Colds? #1 Guide to Dog Flu Symptoms, Treatments, & More

Feeling listless, congested and sniffly is that horrible experience we get when coming down with the flu. It’s not much different from the dog flu! Yes, you read that right, the dog flu is very similar to that of human influenza! Canine influenza is a respiratory illness, presenting as flu-like symptoms in infected dogs. But don’t be worried, the dog …