3 Ways To Heal After the Loss of a Pet
3 Ways To Heal After the Loss of a Pet Losing a pet can be as difficult as losing a family member or friend. Pets are integral members of the family, with an invaluable place in our lives. When your pet passes, processing your grief can be an extraordinary...
5 Hazardous Toxins for Your Pet at Home
5 Hazardous Toxins for Your Pet at Home In honor of National Animal Poison Prevention Week, which runs from March 19 to March 25, our team would like to share some of the most common household products that are toxic to pets. #1: Medications One of the...
How Dental Disease Affects Your Senior Pet’s Overall Health
How Dental Disease Affects Your Senior Pet’s Overall Health As your furry pal ages, they are faced with many health changes. Their vision dims, their hearing becomes muffled, and their gait becomes unsteady. They also are likely to suffer from pet dental disease,...
3 Signs It’s Time for the First Pet Dental Cleaning
3 Signs It’s Time for the First Pet Dental Cleaning Every pet is different, and so is the time frame in which they need their teeth cleaned. However, here are three signs that mean your four-legged friend would benefit from a professional pet dental cleaning. #1: Your...
Six Simple Ways to Treat Your Pet’s Dry Winter Skin
How to Soothe Your Pet’s Dry Winter Skin As temperatures fall, so do humidity levels in your home and outdoors. A drop in humidity often leads to dry, itchy skin and can leave your furry pal uncomfortable during the winter months. Prevent excessive scratching...
Signs Your Pet Could Be in an Emergency
How to Recognize a Winter Pet Emergency Summertime comes with a host of hazards for pets, but colder weather also brings its own dangers. As the temperature drops, watch out for the following issues that can require emergency care for your furry pal. ...
5 Pet Hazards To Be Aware of This Holiday Season
5 Pet Hazards To Be Aware of This Holiday Season As the year draws to a close, holiday celebrations are still in full swing. But the additional activity and stress present the perfect opportunity for your pet to get into trouble, so keep an eye out for the following...
How to Keep Your Cat Healthy
How to Keep Your Cat Healthy Although cats may seem as if they are largely self-sufficient and require little care, especially compared to their canine counterparts, realistically, they need just as much specialized attention to remain happy and healthy. To keep your...
How to Prepare a Pet-Safe Thanksgiving Feast
How to Prepare a Pet-Safe Thanksgiving Feast An overloaded table filled with your favorite dishes is one of Thanksgiving’s highlights. While you are drooling over a heaping plate, so is your pet. However, many popular Thanksgiving foods are dangerous for pets. Let...
Lumps and Bumps in Pets: When You Should Be Concerned
Lumps and Bumps in Pets: When You Should Be Concerned November is National Pet Cancer Awareness Month, and since approximately 1 in 4 pets will develop cancer at some stage in their life, it is essential to know how to spot potential warning signs. This month, our...
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