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Ready for Summer? 5 Ways to Help Your Pet

Ready for Summer? 5 Ways to Help Your Pet

Are you ready to enjoy warm summer days with your furry friend? With summer just around the corner, it’s essential to make sure you and your pets are prepared for some fun in the sun. In this article, we’ll discuss five ways you can keep your pet healthy and safe this...
Keeping Pets Parasite Free Helps People, Too!

Keeping Pets Parasite Free Helps People, Too!

While parasite prevention is essential for your pet’s health, it can also play a critical role in keeping you and your family safe. Some of the parasites that affect pets can be spread to people. In this article, we’ll discuss which parasites could be a risk to you...
Keeping Your Pet Safe This Holiday Season

Keeping Your Pet Safe This Holiday Season

Celebrating the holidays with your pet is a wonderful gift. However, these celebrations can pose some potential risks to your pet’s health. Here are a few things you should keep in mind to help keep your pet safe this holiday season. Dangerous Decorations While...
5 Habits That Positively Impact the Health of Your Cat

5 Habits That Positively Impact the Health of Your Cat

Cats are wonderful pets; in fact, over 25% of US households share their home with a feline companion, according to the AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association). They’re cute, cuddly, comical, and provide delightful companionship! But there are some things you...
Household Pet Poisons Most People Don’t Know About

Household Pet Poisons Most People Don’t Know About

Did you know that March is Pet Poison Prevention Month? This month is dedicated to keeping pets safe from accidental poisonings and educating pet owners on how to do just that. Some curious pets cannot help but get into trouble when it comes to exploring household...
12 Tips to Celebrate Pet Dental Health All Year Long!

12 Tips to Celebrate Pet Dental Health All Year Long!

Here is a fact we hope you’ll sink your teeth into: preventing periodontal disease (also known as gum disease). By protecting your pet’s dental health, you can extend their life by three years! Along with obesity, dental disease is a leading (and preventable) illness...