It is a good idea to crate train your dog for while you are out of the house. This will keep them safe from dangers such as chewing electric wires or getting into poisonous substances. It can also protect your furniture and other belongings from being chewed up. We lost eyeglasses, shoes and even record Read More
Are You Getting Your Dog A Birthday Present? Many pet parents buy their dogs a gift for special occasions. This year, spoil your pup with healthy treats and toys. Below is a review of healthy gifts we are our loyal dog (and cat) this year. Healthy Gifts for Dogs Does your pup suffer from itchy, Read More
Keep your pets healthy this Thanksgiving by taking note of these five foods – common at Thanksgiving meals – that you should avoid giving to your pets.
Please do not leave your pets outside when cold weather approaches. Dogs (and cats) can get frostbite and hypothermia when it is extremely cold out. Of course, exercise and the mental stimulation of being outdoors can play a key role to help your dog in cold weather. Here are some things to remember when it turns Read More
Herbs Bad for Dogs & Cats The following unsafe herbs are potentially dangerous for use in animals. They are considered bad herbs for pets and care should be given in their use. Pennyroyal This herb (and its essential oil) is an effective insecticide and can be toxic to dogs and cats. It should NEVER be Read More
How to Hydrate Your Dog It’s pretty easy to hydrate your dog or cat, right? Sure! Put water in a bowl; done! Not so fast, Einstein, many of us forget to check the water level not realizing how fast or how much our pets actually drink. All animals depend on water for proper function of Read More
Do you try to brush your dog’s teeth to try and prevent dog dental disease or because it has bad breath? It’s not easy, their teeth are pointy! Veterinarians believe in brushing every day but it’s a tough chore to brush your dog’s teeth every day. Two reasons I don’t do it comes to mind Read More