We love fall for the football, crisp cool air, colorful foliage and even a little bit of snow (depending on where you live). The refreshing temperatures and vibrant colors of autumn create the perfect environment for long strolls with your pet or cuddling up together inside where you are nice and cozy watching the leaves … Read moreFall Safety and Your Pet
You may have heard of people microchipping their pets, but have you microchipped your own? According to recent studies, over 10 million cats and dogs in the U.S. are reported lost or stolen every year. One in three pets will get lost during their lifetime, and 9 out of 10 don’t return home. Should your … Read moreThe Importance of Microchipping Your Pet
Hunger and curiosity can make for a bad combination. I don’t know about your pet, but most seem to have both traits in spades. The second pets get outside, they often sniff and munch on anything they see from grass to strange plants. And if your pet can’t eat it, you can bet he’ll roll … Read moreProtecting Your Pets From Dangerous Plants
Oh, Spring. The sun is out, the flowers are in bloom, and children are enjoying the outdoors. Everyone is happy—except for those of us suffering from seasonal allergies. We’re too busy blowing our noses to stop and smell the roses, and our eyes are too itchy and watery for us to see all the greenery … Read moreCan My Dog Have Allergies?
Does your pet snore? Is it less of a gentle cat purr or a deep exhale from Fido during a daytime nap and more of an audible snore similar to that of a human being? Though more common in dogs than cats, snoring in pets can be normal. However, some cases of snoring can indicate … Read moreSnoring in Pets
Gastric Dilatation-Volvulus (GDV) is a rapidly progressive life-threatening condition that affects millions of dogs every year. In the beginning, the stomach fills with gas, food, foam, or air, causing the stomach to bloat, causing a gastric dilatation or enlargement. If the condition persists, the stomach continues to fill with gas and twists and progresses from … Read moreWhat is Bloat GDV?
A regular grooming routine is a must for our animal companions. Besides keeping your pet looking and feeling the best way possible, grooming your pet regularly allows you to get familiar with his or her body so that should anything out of the ordinary be noticed, you can seek help immediately without wondering if your … Read moreCleaning Your Pet’s Ears
During this time of year, many of us set new goals and perspectives for the year ahead. As you make your New Year’s resolutions, consider your pet as well! Here are some great ideas to promote a happier and healthier year for you and your animal companions. Eat Right Many pets can suffer from overeating … Read moreA Happier, Healthier Year For You and Your Pet
Fall has officially arrived, and the holiday season is just around the corner. As we enter October, many people will begin to decorate for Halloween and plan out festivities for that night. Though Halloween can be a lot of fun, it can be very stressful for our non-human friends. Keep your pets safe and avoid … Read moreFive Tips To Keep Your Pet Safe This October
Your poor pooch has been holed up all winter long, slowly building up energy day by day until it’s ready to explode with the zoomies. Or, maybe your cat has been staring forlornly out the window each day, wishing it was out on the prowl instead of stuck scratching the same old cat post (or … Read moreTips To Keep Your Pet Safe All Summer Long