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Winter Is Here! Protect Your Pets This Season With These Tips

    It’s getting cold outside! As the mercury drops, it’s important to make sure our furry friends are staying warm this winter. Just as for humans,, too much exposure to winter’s dry, cold air and unpredictable wet weather like rain, sleet and snow can spell discomfort for our pets and result in chapped paws and itchy, flaky skin. If the weather is too cold for you, it’s likely too cold for... read more

Christmas Tree Safety Tips for your Pet

Oh, Christmas Tree….Oh Christmas Tree…. Christmas Tree Safety Tips and Other Ways to Keep Your Tree Standing! The Christmas Tree is the Centerpiece of the Christmas Season. With the holidays upon us there will be lots of decorating and holiday themed functions taking place.  One of the many special things that a lot of us do at Christmas is to decorate a tree.  If you have pets however, this can pose a... read more

Thanksgiving Pet Safety Tips

Thanksgiving is here! This time of year spirits are high and food is aplenty. We will soon be consuming (all day and night) yummy, home baked and store bought goodness! It is a time to be thankful for all we have, family and friends and this list of gratitude must include our loving little fur -babies.  By following these simple Thanksgiving pet safety tips we can show our gratitude to our pets. Here are... read more

Halloween Pet Safety Tips

Halloween is just around the corner. So it’s a good idea to prepare for it, let’s talk about Halloween pet safety. There are many things we as pet parents take for granted or just don’t think are hazards for our pets. Ignorance is not bliss when it comes to the health and well-being of our pets! Here are several Halloween Pet Safety Tips: 1. Keep the costumes for the kids. Most pets do not like being... read more

taking the dog outside for a walk

Most people think that when it’s time to walk fifi it’s a quick pee & poop and back inside. most people are so wrong when they think this way, it is so much more than that. Let’s wait a moment and think about this , a dog in the wild would be outside all day working, and sniffing, also tracking all kinds of scents, oh and hunting for food.  So basically what I am driving at is a dog... read more

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