• Feb 08 2018

    Valentine’s Day Sweets and Treats

    While Valentine’s Day can be filled with yummy treats, chocolates, candies, and beautiful flowers, these items can pose serious health risks to our furry and feathered friends. …

  • Feb 01 2018

    Pets Grieving the Loss the Other Pets

    When a family pet dies, it can be overwhelming for members of the family – including the other pets in the home. Yes, pets can in fact grieve the loss of other pets. …

  • Jan 25 2018

    Avoiding Obesity in Your Cat

    Many of our cats are overweight or obese. According to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, 59% of cats in the United States are overweight or obese. …

  • Jan 18 2018

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    Walk Your Pet Month

    January is Walk your Pet Month! What better way to start off the New Year, than with a resolution to walk your dog more often, or maybe reinforce some leash rules. Walking is a great activity for both…

  • Jan 10 2018

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    Canine Influenza Confirmed in Canada

    Canine Influenza Virus (CIV), a highly contagious virus, has been identified in two dogs in Canada. The dogs were imported as part of rescue program and were brought to Canada from South Korea (via…

  • Jan 04 2018

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    January is National Train Your Dog Month!

    A well trained dog is definitely something worth celebrating! Assess how well your dog is trained and determine if your dog (and you) need a refresher course to re-enforce good behavior, or maybe you…

  • Dec 28 2017

    National Pet Travel Safety Day

    While we don’t typically drive with our pets every day, there are instances when Fido or Kitty need to go for a ride in the family vehicle. Whether it’s to visit the veterinarian, accompany you…