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Dog Park Safety

It’s that time of the year! Everyone’s going to be at the dog parks now more than ever with such nice weather afoot. But not just any dog should be at the dog park— here are some safety and etiquette tips when considering dog park fun. First of all, if your dog doesn’t play well [...]

Cat Exercise: Keeping Your Kitty in Good Shape

While most cats will never learn to run on a treadmill, no matter how much catnip you offer, almost all cats do benefit greatly from some form of regular physical activity. Not only does exercise burn calories, improve muscle tone, and reduce a cat’s appetite, but a healthy exercise plan will also help protect your [...]

Watch Out For Pet Health Hazards This Spring

Spring is almost officially here, and the weather is getting warmer. We went over some tips to keep your pets healthy and happy this spring in our last blog. This time, we're going to have a look at some less-obvious warm-weather hazards that you should be mindful of. Easter Treats and Decorations: Keep those chocolatey treats [...]

Keep Your Pets Healthy and Happy This Spring!

Spring is right around the corner, and your pets can feel it. They have cabin fever from winter just like us, and you'll both probably want to spend a lot more time outside in the coming months and weeks. Though springtime brings fresh air and wam weather, it also comes with a host of hazards [...]

More New Years Resolutions for You and Your Pets

Lots of us are trying to shed those extra holiday pounds this time of year. If you're planning on losing weight in 2021, you should include your pet! It's estimated that around 1/3 of dogs and cats are overweight. Taking your dog for a walk is healthy for both of you, and the companionship of [...]

Winter Safety For Your Pets

Sometimes we forget that cold weather can be just as hard for pets as it is for us. They're just as accustomed to being nice and warm inside of your home as you and your family are! Not all animals are adapted to living outdoors, so leaving outside for extended periods of time can be [...]

Holiday Hazards For Pets

As happy as the holidays can be, they also pose many dangerous possibilities to pets. From decorations to foods to chemicals, it's best to pay close attention to your pets this time of year and know the cautions. Many holiday plants pose threats to animals when ingested such as holly, mistletoe, poinsettia, lilies and Christmas [...]

Winter Pet Care

Many people believe that because their pets have a coat of fur they are able to withstand the cold better than humans. This is not the case. Like us, animals are accustomed to the warmth of indoor shelter and cold weather can as hard on them as it is on people. Forcing animals to be [...]

Thanksgiving Safety Tips

‘Tis the season for friends, family and holiday feasts—but also for possible distress for our animal companions. Pets won’t be so thankful if they munch on undercooked turkey or a pet-unfriendly floral arrangement, or if they stumble upon an unattended alcoholic drink. Check out the following tips from ASPCA experts for a fulfilling Thanksgiving that [...]

Having A Healthy, Happy Halloween With Your Pets

Follow these 10 Halloween safety tips to make sure the holiday is fun for you and your pets. Please don't leave your pet out in the yard on Halloween. There are plenty of stories of vicious pranksters who have teased, injured, stolen, and even killed pets on this night. Keep your outdoor cats inside [...]

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