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  • Mar 03 2021

    What Can Dogs Not Eat?

    Your dog is a member of your family. It’s also very cute and when it begs for food at the dinner table, it’s hard to resist the temptation to feed…

  • Feb 24 2021

    Helping Your Pet Settle Into a New Home

    Moving to a new home is a stressful time for everyone. There are new jobs and new schools to consider. New neighbors and learning your way around. Unpacking a seemingly…

  • Jan 11 2021

    Why Is My Dog Shaking?

    We understand why you’re concerned when your dog starts to shake or shiver. Fortunately, the cause may not be as severe as your immediate worries. Dogs will tremble, shiver, and…

  • Dec 04 2020

    Should You Crate Train Your New Puppy?

    Crate training your puppy can be beneficial to dog owners who don’t want to leave their puppy unsupervised and with full reign of the house. Crate training can prevent damage…

  • Nov 15 2020

    New Kitten Checklist: What to Buy Your New Kitten

    42.7 million United States households own a cat in 2020. Congratulations on moving the needle by one more household and giving one of the 3.2 million adoptable cats a home….

  • Oct 10 2020

    New Puppy Checklist: What to Buy Your New Puppy

    Preparing for a puppy is an exciting, overwhelming period of time. With so many items on the market in the $225+ billion dollar pet care industry, there’s no shortage of…

  • Sep 02 2020

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    When to start heartworm medication in puppies and kittens

    Puppies and kittens should be taking heartworm prevention medication monthly as young as 6-8 weeks old. They are just as prone to getting infected as older dogs and cats, so…

  • Mar 24 2020

    COVID-19 and Your Pets: What You Need to Know

    Updated 3/23/2020 COVID-19 is a disease caused by a new coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, that has not previously been identified. This virus is not the same coronavirus that can cause the common…

  • Aug 30 2019

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    How Much to Feed a Kitten or Puppy

    What you feed your puppy or kitten matters. If you feed him or her right during adolescence, you’re setting your dog up for a life that’s both healthy and long….