Dementia Signs in Your Pet

Dementia Signs in Your Pet

Doggy Dementia: Cognitive Dysfunction Signs in Pets As pets age, they can suffer from impaired mental function, similar to elderly people with Alzheimer’s or dementia. Many of the signs associated with cognitive dysfunction in pets are chalked up to old age. However,...

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Cherish Your Pet’s Memory

Cherish Your Pet’s Memory

Rainbow Bridge Remembrance: 3 Ways to Memorialize Your Pet August 28 is Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day—as if you needed a special holiday to celebrate the memory of your beloved pet. However, this day helps commemorate the wonderful life you shared with your companion...

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Keep Your Dog Safe at the Beach This Summer

Keep Your Dog Safe at the Beach This Summer

Heading out to the beach with your dog? The surf, the sand, and the sun can make for a perfect day, but things can take a stressful turn. Here are four beach hazards to watch out for.  #1: Monitor your dog for heatstroke signs A day soaking up the sun's rays may sound...

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What Are Zoonotic Parasites?

What Are Zoonotic Parasites?

You and your pet could be sharing more than good times when you're snuggling or playing with your furry friend. Zoonotic parasites can be transmitted from pets to humans, and these types of pests can pose more than a nuisance.  Some pets are born with intestinal worms...

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Could Your Cat’s Hairballs Indicate a Serious Issue?

Could Your Cat’s Hairballs Indicate a Serious Issue?

While hairballs are just a part of a cat's life, your feline friend shouldn't be hacking them up several times per week. What could your cat's extra hairballs mean? Read on to learn more. Small piles of vomit mixed with fur are often mistaken for hairballs, so owners...

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COVID-19: 3 Things We Want Pet Owners to Know

COVID-19: 3 Things We Want Pet Owners to Know

As we continue to navigate through the COVID-19 crisis, we want to assure you that we remain open and committed to caring for your pets. Here are three helpful things we want pet owners to know. #1: Rely on reputable sources for current COVID-19 information While you...

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Why It’s Important to Socialize Your New Puppy

Why It’s Important to Socialize Your New Puppy

Despite what their cuteness seems to tell us, puppies need much more than just cuddles from us. It's important to socialize your little four-legged friend. Proper socialization will benefit him for life. Without positively exposing your puppy to new sights, sounds,...

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Keeping Parasites Off Your Pet This Spring

Keeping Parasites Off Your Pet This Spring

Thinking of spring, flowers, butterflies, and sunny skies likely come to mind. What we need to be aware of with the season, though, are the parasites that will make their surge: fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes. Protect your pet from these pests with our tips. Keep your...

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What is Your Cat Communicating?

What is Your Cat Communicating?

Cats may seem mysterious, but with a little observation, you can figure out what they're trying to tell you. Watch for these physical signs to see if your cat is afraid, anxious, or happy. Signs of an afraid cat Cats who are afraid can become aggressive, at which...

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