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Bringing Home a Shelter or Rescue Pet

Bringing Home a Shelter or Rescue Pet

Many people have decided to bring home new furry family members during this time of social distancing. Choosing to adopt a shelter or rescue pet can be exciting, but it can also feel daunting when it comes to making sure you're prepared and that your new little friend...

Are Your Cat’s Hairballs a Problem?

Are Your Cat’s Hairballs a Problem?

The last Friday of April is Hairball Awareness Day. While cat owners know that hairballs are a part of the package for their feline friends, it's essential to know when hairballs might indicate a serious issue. Small piles of vomit mixed with fur are often mistaken...

COVID-19 and Your Pet: 3 Things to Know

COVID-19 and Your Pet: 3 Things to Know

You might be wondering about what the COVID-19 pandemic means for caring for your pets. Check out these three facts to help you and your pet stay safe and healthy during this time. #1: Rely on reputable sources for current COVID-19 information While you can turn to...

Creating a Storm Shelter for Your Stressed Pet

Creating a Storm Shelter for Your Stressed Pet

When storms roll through, many pets want to seek a safe space to ride out the rain. They become anxious by the thunder, lightning, winds, and changes in barometric pressure. You can help ease your furry friend's stress by creating a storm shelter by following these...

Spring Break with Your Dog

Spring Break with Your Dog

We're sure a lot of you are ready to thaw out and head into spring. Perhaps you're even considering a getaway when it's warmer out. If you're thinking of bring your canine companion, do a little research before hitting the road. Follow these three tips for a...

Why is Your Cat Going Outside the Litter Box?

Why is Your Cat Going Outside the Litter Box?

If your cat is going outside of the litter box, it may signal a health issue. They could be suffering from feline idiopathic cystitis (FIC), one of the main causes of inappropriate urination.  Feline idiopathic cystitis signs FIC can develop without any obvious...

3 Ideas for Indoor Fun for Your Pet

3 Ideas for Indoor Fun for Your Pet

Winter can be a boring time for a pet. With fewer squirrels and birds to gaze at out the window, cats may be finding the outside world unexciting. Less outdoor time means more pent-up energy that needs to be expended for dogs. Here are ideas for indoor fun to try with...

Train Your Dog Using Positive Reinforcement

Train Your Dog Using Positive Reinforcement

January is set aside as National Train Your Dog Month! Positive reinforcement is a tried and true way of ensuring your dog has a pleasant training experience. Here are three tips.  Reward your pet heavily with their favorite treat Although most pets respond well to...

The 10 Holiday Pet Dangers Around the Home

The 10 Holiday Pet Dangers Around the Home

The holidays mean a lot of change and strange things in the eyes of our furry friends. Something that's usually outside comes inside (Christmas trees), there are shiny things everywhere (decorations), and something smells yummy, but they can't have it (name your...