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Signs Your Dog May Have Arthritis

Just like people, as dogs get older they have a tendency to take on certain aliments that the youth are generally exempt from. One such thing would be arthritis. And where we would not like to think upon our canine companions in a state of pain from this condition, it has been reported that it […]

Signs Your Dog May Have Arthritis

Just like people, as dogs get older they have a tendency to take on certain aliments that the youth are generally exempt from. One such thing would be arthritis. And where we would not like to think upon our canine companions in a state of pain from this condition, it has been reported that it […]

How to Responsibly Rehome a Pet

When you adopt a pet, you do so with the idea that the animal will become a part of your family. You expect that he or she will live the rest of his life in your care. That’s ideal, of course, which is why we stress the importance of making sure you are truly ready […]

How to Responsibly Rehome a Pet

When you adopt a pet, you do so with the idea that the animal will become a part of your family. You expect that he or she will live the rest of his life in your care. That’s ideal, of course, which is why we stress the importance of making sure you are truly ready […]

Valentine’s Day Gift Guide for Pet Parents

By now, we all know that the traditional chocolate Valentine’s Day gifts can be hazardous to pets, but that doesn’t mean that your best friend has to miss out on all of the fun.  In fact, an article that was published a few years ago on Business Insider claimed that Americans spent approximately $815 Million […]

Tips for Surviving NYE Fireworks with an Anxious Pet

The start of a new year brings a lot of excitement.  For pet owners, however, that excitement is not always a good thing.  Unless your pet is one of the lucky few, celebrations involving fireworks are anything but fun. It makes sense for your pet to be so nervous.  The noise made by fireworks is […]

Tips for Preparing for the Sudden Injury or Illness of a Pet

It’s not something that any of us like to think about, but just as it happens with people, unexpected illnesses or injuries are common among pets.  In fact, veterinary practices see thousands of emergent cases every year.  According to Petplace.com, roughly 92% of all pets will experience some type of emergency situation over the course […]

Tips for Preparing for the Sudden Injury or Illness of a Pet

It’s not something that any of us like to think about, but just as it happens with people, unexpected illnesses or injuries are common among pets.  In fact, veterinary practices see thousands of emergent cases every year.  According to Petplace.com, roughly 92% of all pets will experience some type of emergency situation over the course […]

The Importance of Regular Veterinary Care for Your Pets

The infographic below provides a breakdown of the basic care you should provide for you pet.  It’s extremely useful for new pet owners and also serves as a great “refresher” for seasoned pet parents.  If you have questions about specific local restrictions in your area, ask your veterinarian!  He or she is your most helpful resource […]

Chubby Pets are Cute!… Right?

In the United States, an estimated 57.6% of dogs and 52.6% of cats are obese, according to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention.  The problem has reached epidemic proportions. More than half of our furry loved ones are significantly overweight, and it’s time we give those statistics a second look.  Just as it does with […]