3 Ways to Help Your Pet Beat the Summer Heat

3 Ways to Help Your Pet Beat the Summer Heat

3 Ways to Help Your Pet Beat the Summer Heat   Summer is upon us and our pooches and felines are feeling the heat! Instead of sitting in front of the air-conditioning unit all summer long, we have put together 3 fun and creative ways to help your furry friend...

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What is Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Cats?

What is Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Cats?

Is Your Light-Colored Cat at Risk for Squamous Cell Carcinoma?   Nothing is more beautiful and striking than an all-white cat with piercing green or blue eyes, but these and other light-colored kitties are at a higher risk for developing squamous cell carcinoma,...

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How to Introduce a New Cat Into Your Household

How to Introduce a New Cat Into Your Household

June is not only Adopt a Shelter Cat Month but also marks the height of people welcoming new pets into their households to help with social distancing.  So, you’ve been sucked in by an adorable little whiskered face and added a new kitten to the household. Introducing...

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7 Steps to Remove Ticks Correctly From Your Pet

7 Steps to Remove Ticks Correctly From Your Pet

7 Steps to Remove Ticks Correctly From Your Pet If you find a tick on your pet, do you run to grab a lighter or nail polish, to encourage the blood-sucker to retreat? Please don’t. These methods do not work and can harm your pet. Our team has put together these seven...

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Preventing Separation Anxiety in Your New Pet

Preventing Separation Anxiety in Your New Pet

A bright spot amidst the COVID-19 pandemic is that we get to be home with our pets more often than usual! If you recently added a new puppy to your family, they are getting used to having you around constantly. But what happens when restrictions start to ease and we...

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The Importance of Early Training and Routine for Young Pets

The Importance of Early Training and Routine for Young Pets

Young pets thrive in an environment that offers them routine, consistency, and stability. Stress is a common cause of behavioral issues, and so knowing what to expect each day helps abate their anxiety. Here are three reasons why you should establish your new pet's...

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Heartworm Fact and Fiction for Pet Owners

Heartworm Fact and Fiction for Pet Owners

Heartworm is a disease that's transmitted through mosquito bites. It has actually been diagnosed in dogs in all 50 states. In order to protect your pet, it's important to separate fact from fiction. Here are three common myths about heartworm and the straight facts....

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3 Facts You Need to Know About COVID-19 and Your Pet

3 Facts You Need to Know About COVID-19 and Your Pet

You may be worried about how to keep your pet safe in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. The following three facts will help you and your pet stay safe and healthy during these troubling times. #1: Rely on reputable sources for current COVID-19 information While you...

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Providing a Safe Place for Your Pet During Spring Storms

Providing a Safe Place for Your Pet During Spring Storms

Thunderstorms may seem exciting and even nostalgic for many of us, but for our pets, it's a whole different story. Pets can be very sensitive to crashing thunder, bright lightning, howling winds, and changes in barometric pressure. They'll want to seek out...

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