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How To Groom Your Cat

How To Groom Your Cat

Cat's are known for being independent! With that being said, most cat owners usually let their feline friends take care of themselves. While cats can certainly be lower maintenance than dogs, they do still require some help with their hygiene. Here are a...

Do You Brush Your Pet’s Teeth?

Do You Brush Your Pet’s Teeth?

One way to help fend off dental disease is to brush your pet’s teeth on a regular basis. While there are a lot of tricks we can teach our pets, brushing their own teeth is not one of them, so that task falls to owners. Take heart, however, because although...

Protecting Your Dog from Heartworm

Protecting Your Dog from Heartworm

There are many things you can do to help your pet live a healthy life (exercise, proper diet). Today we want to talk about how to prevent a commonly heard about ailment: Heartworm Disease. We will discuss what it is, how to prevent it, and how to treat it....

Why Your Pet’s Weight Matters

Why Your Pet’s Weight Matters

While a “healthy weight” is something people understand, more than half of dogs and cats are overweight. Overweight and obese pets are at increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, orthopedic disease, and more. Here are four...

Good to Know: Poison Prevention Month

Good to Know: Poison Prevention Month

You may know some household items and plants that are poisonous for pets. For Poison Prevention Month, we want to share with you a few common household items that could prove to be fatal: Cooking spray might seem innocent enough. However, if you have a pet...

How to Bond With You New Cat

How to Bond With You New Cat

Do you have a new kitty? Or did you adopt an older cat? When a new cat comes home, you may find them finding peace in solitary. It’s up to you, the pet parent, to form a bond with your new cat! These tips from PetMD will help you build a long-lasting bond...