Springtime is here! It is a time for renewal and celebration, which means treats! However, as pet owners, we need to be careful about what fun and sweet treats our furry friends get into this Spring.
January is National Walk Your Pet Month and despite the blustery weather, dogs still need to go outside for bathroom breaks and exercise. Consider the following tips to keep your dog warm and safe on winter walks.
It’s January, and the time of year when we all traditionally make a fresh start. These pet-friendly New Year’s resolution ideas can help your pet live a long, healthy life!
When your pet isn’t eating, it’s important to get to the bottom of the situation, determine the underlying cause, and address the problem to avoid nutritional deficiencies and potential secondary health concerns.
When there’s an itchy pet in the household, no one can relax or get any rest – especially not your irritated pet. Read on to find out why your pet might be scratching more than usual.
Canine parvovirus is one of the vaccinations that every puppy should receive. Failing to vaccinate your puppy or having your dog improperly vaccinated puts them at risk of contracting this dangerous disease.
Foxtail seeds can get stuck in dogs’ fur, between their toes, in their ears, up their noses, in and around their mouths, and even on their eyelids. Left unattended, errant foxtails stuck to a dog can cause serious damage.