Halloween Safety Tips for You and Your Pet

Halloween Safety Tips for You and Your Pet

Halloween is meant to be a spooky time – but it shouldn’t be scary for your pet. Odd noises, new smells and strangers in costume coming to the door can quickly and easily overwhelm your dog or cat. Follow these helpful tips to keep your pets safe and happy this...

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Back-to-School Tips for Pets

Back-to-School Tips for Pets

Your (human) kids aren’t the only ones that need help adjusting to the back-to-school routine. Pets often struggle with the sudden change in schedule and need extra attention and TLC this time of year. Here are some tips to help your pet adjust to the new schedule and...

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Paw-cific Northwest Local Favorites

Paw-cific Northwest Local Favorites

We may be biased, but we think the Pacific Northwest has the best people, pets and companies around. This month we’re celebrating Paw-cific Northwest pets and our PNW partners, who create some of our favorite locally-made products. We’d love to introduce you to a few...

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6 Products to Keep Your Pets Cool this Summer

6 Products to Keep Your Pets Cool this Summer

Just because things heat up in August, it doesn’t mean your pet has to be left at home or stuck inside. It just means some extra care and attention should be put into keeping them protected from the heat. To ensure your pet not only stays cool, but looks cool as well,...

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Top Tips to Keep Your Pet Cool

Top Tips to Keep Your Pet Cool

You may have noticed that your pet takes longer to recover from walks, pants and sheds more, and consumes more water this time of year. The heat can be exhausting to our little friends; their bodies aren’t designed to handle it as well as ours (and some pets are more...

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Is Your Dog or Cat More Susceptible to Heat?

Is Your Dog or Cat More Susceptible to Heat?

You may have noticed that pets are more prone to heat-related illness than humans. This is because cats and dogs primarily reduce body heat through their respiratory tract (lungs, trachea and nasal passages) by panting. So they cool themselves less efficiently than we...

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7 Symptoms of Heat Exhaustion

7 Symptoms of Heat Exhaustion

This time of year is a great time to get outdoors and enjoy the warm weather with our pets. While spending more time outdoors can be fun and a great source of exercise, it is important to be mindful of the heat and sun to prevent heat exhaustion in our four-legged...

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The Rave About Raw Goat’s Milk for Pets

The Rave About Raw Goat’s Milk for Pets

Move over kale, there is a new superfood in town. And not only is it great for you, but it's also a wonderful supplement for your pet. Goat’s milk is often referred to as the most complete, natural and nourishing food source. Fermenting goat milk adds another layer of...

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How to Make Healthy Frozen Dog Treats

How to Make Healthy Frozen Dog Treats

Dogs LOVE treats – but frozen treats on a warm summer day takes their tail-wagging excitement to a whole new level. Cool your dog off this summer with homemade pupsicles! Not only are they fun and easy to make (with only three ingredients) but they are good for your...

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