The Ultimate Spring Cleaning Checklist for Pet Owners

The Ultimate Spring Cleaning Checklist for Pet Owners

We love our pets! And as pet owners, we are used to cleaning up after them. Between the drool, shedding and trips to the groomers – sometimes it can feel like a full-time job. But are you cleaning all the right places? Some of the dirtiest items in your house are the...

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How to Brush Your Dog’s Teeth

How to Brush Your Dog’s Teeth

We get asked all the time, “Do I really need to brush my pet’s teeth?” The answer is yes! Why? Because pets, like humans, can get dental disease that can lead to serious health issues when left untreated. These health problems (and expensive vet visits) can be avoided...

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Unusual Pet Names

Unusual Pet Names

So, you finally made the big decision. You found the one! The one that is the perfect addition to your family or makes the perfect roommate you never had. Now comes the hard part. What to name your new furry friend! If you need some inspiration for a unique and...

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How to Properly Switch Your Pet’s Food

How to Properly Switch Your Pet’s Food

As a pet parent, you may find yourself in the position of needing to switch pet foods for any number of reasons. Perhaps it’s time to switch from puppy to adult food or from adult to mature food. Or maybe you’ve decided you want to switch to a healthier food. Rotating...

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Paw-liday Giving

Paw-liday Giving

A big THANK YOU to all who donated to our 2019 Paw-liday Giving Campaign! You helped make the world a little brighter for pets in need. We are thrilled to report that $39,035 was raised for eight local non-profit groups! We hope you were able to stop by and learn...

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How to Care for an Aging Pet

How to Care for an Aging Pet

“Everybody loves puppies but older dogs love everybody.” It’s so true! And while we all know that puppies can be a lot of work - older pets also require more time, love and devotion. Most pets are considered “senior” before they show symptoms of being old, such as...

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How to Help Your Pet Deal with Arthritis

How to Help Your Pet Deal with Arthritis

As your pet ages, there is a good chance they will develop arthritis - a common degenerative joint problem. A third of companion animals suffer from joint discomfort and it is the number one cause of chronic pain in dogs. Because dogs and cats age faster than we do,...

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8 New Year’s Resolutions for Pet People

8 New Year’s Resolutions for Pet People

It’s that time of year when we set personal and professionals goals to make this year the best year yet. Most lists include eating less, exercising more and making more time for the things that make us happy. Pets tend to make us healthier, happier and relieve stress...

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How to Tell if Your Pet is Overweight

How to Tell if Your Pet is Overweight

We love our pets! And sometimes we (naturally) turn a blind eye to their weight. Unfortunately, obesity among pets is on the rise and many pet parents are unaware of the problem. Obesity is considered, by many veterinarians, to be the number one health threat to pets....

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