How to Make a Pet-Safe Thanksgiving Feast

How to Make a Pet-Safe Thanksgiving Feast

Thanksgiving is a food-filled holiday, but it’s not just people who overeat during the festivities. Pets also may overindulge, which can lead to a messy outcome, like vomiting and diarrhea. Also, the Thanksgiving holiday can provide your furry friend with the...

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4 Ways to Care for Your Senior Pet

4 Ways to Care for Your Senior Pet

The worst part about pet ownership is that our beloved cats and dogs never live long enough. As their years draw near, it’s time to think about how you can maintain their quality of life and best preserve their health. Here are four guidelines to follow as your aging...

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4 Halloween Treats Your Pet Should Avoid

4 Halloween Treats Your Pet Should Avoid

Halloween is nearly here! It's time for collecting candy, carving pumpkins, and getting your kids ready for the big night. But did you know that Halloween can be challenging if you have a pet? Many popular Halloween treats can be toxic for pets. Below are four treats...

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3 Enrichment Ideas For Your Cat

3 Enrichment Ideas For Your Cat

Cats are independent creatures, but that doesn’t mean they don’t need care from us! They actually love it when you play with them or spend time with them. Here are three ways to enrich your cat’s life so they can spend more time chasing mice and less time in the...

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How To Successfully Medicate Your Pet

How To Successfully Medicate Your Pet

Our pets are part of the family, so many people are reluctant to give them medication. You love your pet and do not want to see them in pain. Thankfully, there are ways for you to medicate your pet successfully without causing too much stress. #1: Talk to your pet’s...

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3 Tips For Making A Pet Disaster Plan

3 Tips For Making A Pet Disaster Plan

One of the best things you can do for your pets is to have a disaster plan in place. This can reduce stress in the event of an emergency and save time during a hectic situation. Here are three tips to help you make a pet disaster plan. #1: Ensure your pet is always...

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3 Ways to Help Your Dog Deal With Back-To-School Season

3 Ways to Help Your Dog Deal With Back-To-School Season

It’s time to send your kids back to school, and for most of us, this means the end of summer is near. Dogs have more difficulty adjusting to the upcoming changes, and you may notice a difference in their behavior. Here are 3 tips on how to help your dog beat boredom...

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How to Make Your Cat’s Trip to the Vet Easier

How to Make Your Cat’s Trip to the Vet Easier

It's important to get your cat veterinary care every year or every six months depending on the type of health care plan you choose. But it can be a challenge getting them into the car and into the vet's office! Here are 3 tips to help make bringing your cat to the vet...

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Water Safety Tips for Your Pet

Water Safety Tips for Your Pet

Cool down your pup on a hot summer day by taking a refreshing dip in a sparkling body of water. Keep in mind your furry friend can be exposed to several dangers when swimming out into deeper waters. Before going in the water this summer, learn about the most common...

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How to Groom Your Pet This Summer

How to Groom Your Pet This Summer

Want your furry pal to have a cool and comfortable haircut this summer? While you may think shaving them down to the skin is the solution, that could actually do more harm than good. Learn how to keep your fur baby cool this summer with three grooming tips for pets of...

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