How to Keep Your Dog Safe at a Labor Day Party

How to Keep Your Dog Safe at a Labor Day Party

Labor Day is the last big bash of the summer, and plenty of people invite their pets to the party. However, it’s important you protect your animal from dangers like heat, greasy food, and fireworks. Beat the Heat It may be September, but the weather can still be...
Help! Recently My Cat Has Been Peeing Around The House

Help! Recently My Cat Has Been Peeing Around The House

Although cats are known as being highly clean animals, one of the most common reasons they are brought to the vet is for urinating outside of the litter box (known as ‘’house soiling’’ or ‘’inappropriate urination’’). This is a frustrating issue, so the sooner you...
Cold Weather Tips When Taking Out Your Pets

Cold Weather Tips When Taking Out Your Pets

Your pets may have fur, but that doesn’t mean they are immune to cold weather. Their smaller bodies don’t conserve heat as well as you’d think, plus they can be susceptible to other cold weather issues. Here are some tips to help your pet cope with...
How to Make Sure Your Dog or Puppy Gets Good Training

How to Make Sure Your Dog or Puppy Gets Good Training

It’s back to school time for kids. And, it’s just as important that your furry family receives an education. Puppies grow quickly and not properly training them can lead to problems with aggression or traits associated with shyness. Teaching Young Dogs Old Tricks Dog...
Independence Day Can Be a Scary Day for Animals

Independence Day Can Be a Scary Day for Animals

Did you know that July 4th is the busiest day of the year in shelters across the U.S., with many dogs and cats getting lost, injured, or killed? With the increasing understanding of the importance of the human-animal bond, we are more in touch with what matters to our...