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June 24, 2016

Summer Travel Tips- Traveling with Pets

Planning a trip with your best friend?  Before you do it’s important to plan ahead and always keep the best interests of your furry, four-legged, or […]
June 24, 2016

Microchip your pet before 4th of July

Whether the neighborhood teens are throwing firecrackers on your street… or your entire community is enjoying “the exuberant splendor” of a big fireworks display, your pet can become […]
June 24, 2016

Top Ten Fourth of July Pet Safety Tips

Like many Americans, you may be planning to have a festive Fourth of July. Along with barbeques and day at the beach, no July holiday celebration […]
January 7, 2016

Canine Influenza

Canine influenza (CI), or dog flu, is a highly contagious respiratory infection of dogs that is caused by an influenza A virus. In the U.S., canine […]
November 19, 2015

9 Reasons Why You Should Take Care of Your Pet’s Teeth

Taking care of your pet’s teeth is crucial to their well being. Here are the 9 top reasons why you should be concerned about your pet’s […]
October 27, 2015

Do Your Pets Notice the Switch From Daylight Saving Time?

You might think it unlikely that this weekend’s switch from daylight saving time (DST) to standard time could throw your cat or dog’s busy schedule — […]
October 27, 2015

Halloween Pet Safety

Halloween can be a frightening time for pet owners across the country. It can be scary for our furry friends too. The American Animal Hospital Association […]
September 11, 2015

September is Happy, Healthy Cat Month

The CATalyst Council, a national initiative comprised of animal health and welfare organizations working on behalf of cats, has released a list of the top 10 […]
September 4, 2015

If you have an unaltered female dog or cat, this is something that you MUST read

One of the most disturbing and potentially fatal diseases that can affect your female pet is pyometra. Pyometra is an infection in the female's reproductive tract. The womb gets infected and accumulates pus within its cavity. A dog or cat with this condition needs to be treated urgently because it may die if left untreated or if the treatment is delayed.
May 28, 2015

Sheldon’s Story

In February, 2002 I went to pick up my dog Chester from the Vet Clinic and I went to get him in the back and saw […]
July 24, 2014

Microchipping Your Pet

Up to 8 million animals end up in shelters every year. Unfortunately, only 15-20% of dogs and less than 2% of cats are ever reclaimed by […]
August 12, 2014

12 Best Shark Week Costumes

Shark Week is Upon Us!! In honor of the week everyone anxiously anticipates all year long, we’ve done the due diligence in finding some of the […]
August 19, 2014

15 Animals to get You through the Week

Week moving a little too slow for you? We hear you! Here are 15 of the cutest animals that will have you smiling all the way […]
August 21, 2014

7 Things That Could Save Your Dog in a House Fire

A fire can instantly turn your home into chaos; make sure you and your dog are ready for danger. The Live Safe Foundation estimates that 40,000 pets […]