Household Items that can be Hazardous for Your Cat

Thursday, December 14th, 2017

If there’s one thing we’re all familiar with, it’s that cats are naturally curious! They love to explore anything and everything – it’s one of the many reasons they get stuck in such strange places, whether it be the top of a door or in between your blinds. But sometimes, cat owners must be careful […]

How to Make an Old Dog Feel Young

Monday, December 4th, 2017

Everyone remembers the time when their rambunctious puppy couldn’t stop moving and it was hard to keep up with them! Now, you may be starting to notice that your dog is starting to slow down a bit and they may have trouble with basic tasks like going for walks or eating as much food as […]

New Year, New Pet Resolutions for 2017

Tuesday, December 20th, 2016

A new year is almost upon us. With it comes the opportunity to start anew and set some goals for better, healthier and more productive living. As a pet owner, the new year also marks a fresh opportunity to include your pet’s well-being in your plans. Here are five New Year’s resolutions to consider: 1. […]

How To Keep Your Pet Safe This Holiday Season

Friday, December 9th, 2016

Holiday season adornments are attractive to all creatures. The ornaments, foods, gifts, wrappings, ribbons, lights and plants are all curiosities for pets. Pets investigate new items by sniffing, tossing, chasing and finally by tasting. A few precautions are necessary to avoid the holiday crowds at the veterinary hospital. Behold! Everything Looks Delicious The most common […]

Finding the Purr-fect Cat for You

Tuesday, November 29th, 2016

Maybe you’re looking for a snuggle buddy? A certain four-legged furry companion with whiskers and an affinity to purr? Before you bring a new cat into your house, there’s a lot to consider. Here are some things to think over so when the time comes, you find a cat that’s perfect for you and your […]

November is National Pet Diabetes Month

Monday, November 21st, 2016

November is National Pet Diabetes Month, but with more than 50 percent of the nation’s cats and dogs overweight or obese, raising awareness of the common endocrine disease has been extended to pets – rather than just their human caretakers. It is estimated that one in every 200 cats may be affected by diabetes, being […]

Celebrate a Safe Thanksgiving with Your Pets

Monday, November 7th, 2016

Thanksgiving is a wonderful time to gather with family and friends and indulge in delicious holiday treats. You can be sure that if your cat or dog is around for the festivities, they’ll want to share some of the goodies, too. But no matter how much your pets purr, plead, whine or whimper, owners should […]

Did You Know? Your Cat Might Be a Lefty

Friday, October 28th, 2016

Humans usually prefer one hand over the other. In fact, nearly 85 percent of the human species prefer the use of their right hand according to the BBC. And while right-handed people generally score higher on intelligence tests and live on average nine years longer than their left-handed friends, being a southpaw has it’s advantages […]

How to Celebrate a Safe Halloween with Pets

Thursday, October 13th, 2016

When witches, princesses and superheroes take to the streets in search of treats this Halloween, they’ll have some furry friends by their side. According to a survey by the National Retail Federation, total spending for Halloween is expected to reach $8.4 billion this year, an all-time high since the survey began 11 years. With nearly […]

Help Your Dog Overcome the “Back-To-School Blues”

Tuesday, September 27th, 2016

Parents and youngsters aren’t the only ones having adjust to a new schedule every fall. Just as kids grow accustomed to the care-free days of summer, dogs get used to the constant attention and play time that a child’s constant presence brings. Many dogs will adjust quickly to the change when school begins again, but […]

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