Watching your dog jump and tunnel in the snow is a guaranteed way to bring a smile to your face on a cold winter’s day. But once your dog is inside and all the snow has dried from his or her coat the reality that your pet is starting to mat sets in. The mat, Read Full Article
Author: Julie Hugo
Is the Snow Causing Your Dog To Mat?
Get Slim with Your Pet
With pet obesity on the rise for the sixth straight year in a row take a closer look at your dog or cat … is their hourglass shape gone, or is his or her belly sagging? Maybe it is time for your pet to lose some weight. We all think, Fido looks so cute with, Read Full Article
November is Pet Diabetes Month
National Diabetes Month is observed every November in order to raise awareness to a disease that affects over 1.4 million pets in the U.S. Certain dog breeds are more predisposed than others including Cocker Spaniels, Dachshunds, Doberman Pinschers, German Shepherds and Golden Retrievers. The biggest risk factors for cats are obesity, genetics, hyperthyroidism and lack, Read Full Article
Are Easter lilies poisonous to a dog or a cat?
Easter lilies are everywhere this time of year, but many people do not know that the Easter lily along with Tiger, Asiatic, and Stargazer lilies, are dangerous, and potentially fatal to cats. If a cat ingests 2-3 petals or leaves, pollen or water from the vase, it can result in acute kidney failure. Some signs, Read Full Article
Xylitol Deadly To Dogs
Xylitol is a natural sweetener that it is often used in sugar-free chewing gum and many other low calorie snacks. It is safe for humans, but Xylitol is estimated to be 100 times more toxic to dogs than chocolate. The ASPCA’s poison control center received close to 4,000 calls last year and there were at, Read Full Article