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ENEMIES AT THE GATE – TAKE HEED OF SUMMER’S OUTDOOR PREDATORS

As summer begins to fade into the sunset, many of us want to take advantage of these last days of warm weather and enjoy outdoor activities with our pets.  However, in the height of this season’s heat and humidity (or dog days…pardon the expression), there are dangers lurking – literally in your yard – which can cause injury to your beloved pet. [...] Read more »

VA-KAY – all I ever wanted!

Now that summers upon us, it’s time to hit the road for a little R & R.  We all know the best va-kays include our four-legged family members, so we have a few tips for you while traveling with your beloved pets. [...] Read more »

HAPPY FATHER’S DAY!

Dear Dad – Father’s Day seems like the perfect time to pay tribute to my favorite guy – you! A lot of dogs would certainly envy me because I have such a great dad. You always make a point of doing the things I love – running, playing, eating – oh and hanging out watching TV!   How lucky am I to have a dad who is as excited to see and spend time with me as I am with him? [...] Read more »

ENJOYING A PEST-FREE SPRING & SUMMER

As we usher in the seasons for warmer weather, unfortunately, this also means the unwelcome visitation of fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes which can harm our beloved pets. As we know, pets can contract Lyme disease from ticks, heartworm disease from mosquitos, and typhus from fleas. Of course, the first line of defense again these parasites is prevention, but we pet parents must also take a proactive approach for the health of our four-legged friends as well as humans who live in our households. [...] Read more »

NATIONAL PET MONTH – GIVING BACK

It is safe to say, that we here in the United States love our pets. In a 2017-18 survey conducted by the American Pet Products Association (APPA) 84.6 million U.S. households’ have pets. That means that 68% of us have at least one pet within our homes.  There have been other surveys which convey that the vast majority of Americans consider our pets as part of the family. [...] Read more »

PARTNERING WITH YOUR PET FOR A HEALTHIER LIFESTYLE

Now that we are a month into the new year, chances are a few of those resolutions you made have been broken. No worries. Instead of resolutions, we suggest some simple activities you can do throughout this year that affords you the opportunity to partner with your beloved pet. Here are our top 5 suggestions [...] Read more »

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