Licorice root may soothe your sore throat, curb your hot flashes and relieve inflammation. But is it safe to have licorice plants, licorice tea, licorice hydrosol, licorice essential oil, or black licorice candy around your cat? Licorice root is safe for most cats in low doses for a short time. We spoke with Melissa M. Brock, a board-certified veterinarian, a full-time veterinarian and an animal welfare expert at Pango Pets. She explained what types of licorice are safest for your cat.
Salami makes a tasty pizza topper or spicy sub stuffer. But have you ever wondered whether your cat can have a little salami? Sara Ochoa, a veterinary consultant for DogLab, says, “You can give your cat a thinly-sliced piece of salami as a treat.”
Did you know that the pet toy market is flooded with cheap toys that can cause serious harm to your cats? Even though federal safety standards or guidelines do not currently exist for pet toys, we have our toys made by a children’s toy manufacturer and follow the same strict safety guidelines as children’s toys. In addition, we're investing our time and resources into continually making improvements to our products so that they can hold up to pet-specific behaviors such as bitin