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Pet First Aid Kits

Bleeding toenail after a nail trim at home? Cut paw while hiking? Having a first aid kit handy will help hold your pet over before having [...]

Pet First Aid Kits2020-12-08T17:26:45+00:00

Tick Prevention

Ticks can live in almost any outdoor environment, but they especially love tall grasses and shrubs. Those areas are great for hitching a ride with your [...]

Tick Prevention2020-12-08T17:32:52+00:00

Giving Medications at Home

Giving medication to your pet can be not so easy. Here are some tips to make things easier for everyone. First, try hiding the medication in [...]

Giving Medications at Home2020-12-08T17:32:05+00:00

Active Indoor Cat

Want your cat to explore their wild side without destroying your house? Try some of these suggestions to help keep your ferocious feline happy and healthy: [...]

Active Indoor Cat2020-03-20T05:49:21+00:00

Dog Nail Trimming

 It’s possible to trim nails without you or your pet being stressed out. The trick to getting them comfortable with the idea is to introduce things [...]

Dog Nail Trimming2020-03-20T05:39:22+00:00

Summer Heat Risks

Hot summer days with your pet can be a lot of fun, but our four legged friends can be put in some pretty unpleasant and even [...]

Summer Heat Risks2020-03-20T05:43:19+00:00

Cat Nail Trimming

With a little time and patience, it’s possible to trim nails without you or your pet being stressed out. The trick to getting them comfortable with the [...]

Cat Nail Trimming2020-12-08T17:31:07+00:00

Separation Anxiety in Dogs

When you leave or return to the house, try to keep things as low key as possible - If you make greetings and goodbyes a big deal, [...]

Separation Anxiety in Dogs2020-12-08T17:29:35+00:00

Year-Round Heartworm Prevention

The American Heartworm Society recommends that you get your pet tested every 12 months for heartworms and give your pet heartworm preventive 12 months a year. [...]

Year-Round Heartworm Prevention2020-03-20T05:23:41+00:00

Cats Love Car Trips

 Most cats HATE car trips to the vet. But with a few small changes, over time,  most cats can be trained to at least tolerate car [...]

Cats Love Car Trips2020-03-20T05:19:15+00:00

Wellness Testing

One of the trickiest things about being a good pet parent is knowing when your furry friend needs medical care. Sometimes it’s obvious, but other times [...]

Wellness Testing2020-03-20T05:16:22+00:00

Periodontal Disease

Bad breath is a symptom of periodontal disease. Periodontal disease is when bacteria gets beneath the gums, destroying tissue surrounding the teeth. If left untreated, your pet [...]

Periodontal Disease2020-12-08T17:35:16+00:00

Microchipping Your Pet

If your pet becomes lost, being microchipped can be the difference between being reunited and a very unhappy ending. We strongly encourage every pet owner to [...]

Microchipping Your Pet2020-03-20T22:46:09+00:00

What Is Pet Insurance

Pet insurance is increasingly popular with pet owners these days. But what is it exactly?  Pet insurance is a safety net that ensures pets have access [...]

What Is Pet Insurance2020-03-20T04:51:27+00:00

Arthritis and Your Pet

Arthritis can affect your aging pet. Is your pet not enjoying life because of tiredness, stiff joints, or limping? Arthritis is a disease that affects normal [...]

Arthritis and Your Pet2020-03-20T04:47:53+00:00
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