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Thanksgiving is a time filled with family, gratitude, and really good food. And while most of these things can coexist with our pets safely, there are some elements of this American holiday that can pose some risks for our furry friends. In today’s blog post...

It’s safe to say that COVID-19 has changed our lives in many ways. Whether you know someone who’s contracted coronavirus, you’ve been working from home, or one of your favorite events has been canceled, no one has been left untouched. This includes the beloved pets...

Canine parvovirus, also known as parvo, is a deadly, highly contagious disease easily prevented through vaccination. Vaccination is virtually 100% effective in protecting your pet against this deadly disease. Puppies who are not vaccinated and exposed to the parvovirus have a poor prognosis. Parvo is...

Protect your pet in cold winter weather by taking extra precautions. Cold temperatures can cause dogs and cats to suffer from chapped paws and itchy, dry skin. Chemicals used to melt ice can be hazardous if ingested by pets. Simply by taking some common sense...

Choosing the best food for your pet is a key ingredient in their overall health. Several factors should be considered when choosing the best diet for your pet. Age is the number one consideration. Puppies and kittens have different nutritional requirements than adult dogs and cats. Chronic...