New Year’s Resolutions for Your Pet

New Year’s Resolutions for Your Pet

With the New Year comes new beginnings and resolutions. Here are a few resolutions you can adopt to help ensure a happy and healthy year for your pets too! Measure Serving Sizes Just like humans, approximately 50 percent of pets are overweight. When feeding your pet,...
Fall Pet Care

Fall Pet Care

Temperatures are starting to drop, the days are getting shorter, the leaves are beginning to change and fall is just around the corner. While fall is a beautiful time of year, it can pose many dangers to pets. From household toxins to weather hazards, there are...
Foods Your Pets Should Avoid

Foods Your Pets Should Avoid

That wagging tail and panting tongue cannot wait for you to drop a crumb or even better the whole sandwich. It is so tempting to share with your four legged friend, but is the food that is tasty to you potentially fatal to your pet? Here are the top foods to avoid...
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...
Overcoming Anxiety

Overcoming Anxiety

Dogs are creatures of habit and for many, disrupting their daily routine can be upsetting. In retaliation to these changes, your pet may begin to display less than desirable behavior, such as barking, chewing, and urinating indoors. These can all be signs that your...