pet health

Some may be old wives’ tales, some may be spread by the internet or a well-meaning friend, but all are untrue. There are many pet health care myths out there that could be dangerous to your dog. Here are the facts so you are taking the best care of your pet possible. Flea and tick … Read more

Cruelty to animals is something that is stressed all year long, as it should be, but April is the month where the most emphasis is put on something that should never happen to dogs, cats, or animals to begin with. That’s why April is Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month, a time when she should … Read more

pet dental

If your dog or cat seems to have bad breath it might be a sign of a serious health issue. A stinky mouth has the potential to damage not only your pets’ teeth and gums, but his internal organs as well. To stress the importance of good oral health for pets, February has been named … Read more

walk with dog

Spring and Summer mean more time outside. And more walks. Whether you are walking in your neighborhood or going to a dog park, walking is good exercise for you and your dog. But if your dog is not well-trained on a leash, walking can be a difficult activity for you both. In fact, walking on … Read more

cleaning up after dog

April 1-7 is International Pooper Scooper Week. The Association of Professional Animal Waste Specialists (aPaws) has created this special awareness week to recognize the importance of cleaning up after your dogs. To celebrate and help educate pet owners on this important health and environmental topic, we want to bring you some facts on the dangers … Read more


April is Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month and you can make a difference. ASPCA was the first humane society in North America, established in 1866, and has dedicated itself to the kind and respectful treatment of animals. With over 2 million supporters, this organization is privately funded. ASPCA and humane society organizations like them … Read more

dog toys

Dogs and chewing go together like peanut butter and jelly. So, chew toys are essential to a happy and healthy pet. They help fight boredom, protect your furniture and shoes from teething puppies, and provide comfort to those painful gums, as well as calm a nervous dog. But not all chew toys are safe. Some … Read more