Reducing Pet Allergies

Reducing Pet Allergies

Did you that approximately 15% of the population is allergic to dogs or cats? For many pet owners, the drawl back of allergies doesn’t outweigh the benefits of animal companionship. Many that are allergic to their pets suffer from itchy, watery eyes and nose, along...
Babies and Cats

Babies and Cats

Forget what all the wives tales say, cats and babies can happily co-exist in the same environment. Through a variety of precautious, you can ensure your safety and that of your baby and cat. Toxoplasmosis Many pregnant women fear a parasitic infection called...
Finding Your Lost Pet

Finding Your Lost Pet

Every pet parent’s greatest fear is losing their fur child. If your dog or cat is loose and you don’t know where they are, it is important that you don’t panic. The key to bringing your pet home is spreading the word and enlisting as many people as possible in the...
Dog Park Etiquette

Dog Park Etiquette

Dogs love time to play and socialize. A trip to the local dog park could be just the thing your dog needs. Before you grab your dog and venture to the four legged version of happy hour, here are a few things to keep in mind. Know Your Dog: You know your dog’s...
Vacationing with Your Pet

Vacationing with Your Pet

The calendar is marked and the vacation countdown has started, but what are you going to do with Fido? No need to worry, these days it is easier than ever to vacation with the “whole family”. With a little extra planning and packing you and your furry friend can be in...
Picking a Name For Your Pet

Picking a Name For Your Pet

There is Spot, Rover, Fluffy, Fido, Blackie and the list goes on and on. One of the best parts about a new pet is selecting a name for them. Do you name the animal based on its looks and personality or do you dig out that baby name book? It seems that the latter...