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How to Help Your Obese Dog

It’s that time of year again. We all feel our belts getting a bit tighter as we enjoy tasty holiday treats. Then when January comes, it will be time to […]

Setting New Year’s Resolutions for Your Pet

It’s that time of year again. Time to reflect on the year that has passed and think about goals for the New Year. While New Year’s resolutions can be a […]

What to Know About Cancer in Pets

What to Know About Cancer in Pets
When we think about our pets’ health, we often think about proper diet and exercise. We might also think about wellness checks (good thinking!) and dental health. Things that can slip our minds include more serious health conditions that can affect our pets. For example, the prospect of a pet getting cancer can be unthinkable.

How to Keep Pets Safe During Feasts

The holidays are a great time of year. We enjoy family, festivities, and feasts. However, all those feasts and goodies can be dangerous, and not just for our waistlines. Many […]

Why You Should Get a Black Cat

Each year around Halloween, we see many of the same symbols. From witches and vampires to jack-o-lanterns, the symbols of the holiday are everywhere. One of those symbols is the […]

Emergency Preparedness for Pets

Every September is National Preparedness Month, and if you have pets, that means making a plan for them too. If disaster strikes, it helps to have the supplies and action […]

How to Walk Your Dog in the Cold

It’s easy to feel excited about getting outside in spring and early summer as the weather turns warm. But many of us tend to hibernate a bit once the weather […]

How to Know If Your Pet is in Pain

Pain is something we all feel, including our pets. When we are in pain, we can describe it in words and more clearly communicate how we feel and where the […]

Why Your Cat Needs to Go to the Vet

Cats are unique creatures. Every cat owner can attest to their aloof yet loving personalities. They can seem like such homebodies, that it’s tempting to never take them out. There […]

How to Celebrate Your Dog

August 26 is National Dog Day. It gives us all a reminder of how wonderful our furry companions are and an excuse to celebrate them. Take some time to give […]

Why Your Pet Needs Vaccinations

Whether you have just adopted a new puppy or rescued a shelter dog or cat, now is the time to get started on their immunizations. Doing so can help protect […]

How to Keep Pets Safe at Home

Losing a pet is a terrifying experience. Even if your dog or cat only gets out for a brief time, it still leads to panic and plenty of worry. When […]