pets

  • Autumn Safety Tips for Pets

     

    The temperatures have cooled off, the days are noticeably shorter, and the leaves have begun to turn colors; it’s autumn! And finally you can enjoy some time outside with your pet without feeling like a baked potato. However, along with the change of season, there is a new set of safety precautions to take for your pet.

  • Got Bad Doggie Breath?

    Here’s an idea to chew on: thousands of dogs and cats die every year from anesthesia complications, especially when they go in to get their teeth cleaned.
        

    The oral hygiene of your pet can affect it's overall health.
    By Bud Groth
  • Let Rover Relax: Massage Therapy for Pets

    Ah, a relaxing massage….
     
    You lie down on the table, feeling every muscle relax, feeling all the tension and tightness massaged away. This feels better than chasing after rabbits or that bacon flavored bone you chewed on last night.
     

  • Let Rover Relax: Massage Therapy for Pets

    Ah, a relaxing massage….
     
    You lie down on the table, feeling every muscle relax, feeling all the tension and tightness massaged away. This feels better than chasing after rabbits or that bacon flavored bone you chewed on last night.
     

  • Let Rover Relax: Massage Therapy for Pets

    Ah, a relaxing massage….
     
    You lie down on the table, feeling every muscle relax, feeling all the tension and tightness massaged away. This feels better than chasing after rabbits or that bacon flavored bone you chewed on last night.
     

  • Tips for Cooling Your Pet This Summer

    >>HaircutsHave your pet’s coat trimmed. Not only does this cut down on shedding (and cut down on your vacuuming), but it also cools your pet by reducing the added weight of their additional fur.
     
    >>Hydrate!

  • Stats on Cats

    >> Approximately 93.6 million American households have a pet cat.
     
    >> 70 percent of cat owners have a female cat, versus 65 percent who have a male cat.
     
    >> On average, cat owners have two cats.
     

    Some quick facts on feline friends!
  • Canine Cancer

    Unlike many other animals, dogs are susceptible to the same types of cancer as humans. Cancer is the number one natural cause of death in older dogs, affecting about one in three dogs.

  • Read Any Good Pet Food Labels Lately?

    As more pet parents consider feeding their dogs and cats a healthier diet, learning about the ingredients in your pet’s food becomes all the more important.

  • Is Your Pet Packing on the Pounds?

    According to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, more than 50 percent of dogs and cats are overweight or obese. Cats, however, hold the record for pet obesity, with about 21 percent battling the bulge (compared to about 8 percent in dogs). Obese pets are at higher risk for developing type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, heart and repertory disease, and kidney disease.