April 27, 2016
Dog Adoption Strategies: Transition Smoothly into Pet Ownership

Adopting a dog will forever change your life. Mornings come earlier as we scramble out of bed to serve our pup breakfast. Walks become longer in an attempt to wear our pooches out. Feet become warmer as our loyal companions lay themselves across our beds at night. Our hearts become changed forever. So do our […]

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April 21, 2016
10 Famous Cats That Will Melt Your Heart

You don’t need to be a crazy cat lady to fall in love with some of the most famous cats on the Internet. Thankfully, famous cat owners understand the importance of keeping cats healthy. Because of them, we get to experience the joy of cats every day with the simple click of a button. Has […]

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April 13, 2016
What You Need to Know about Hiking with Your Dog

Hiking with your dog is a wonderful bonding experience. As I’ve said many times before in this blog, emotional wellness is a vital component of your dog’s overall health. The exercise part doesn’t hurt either. Now that trees are turning green again and old man winter has retreated to his cave, it’s only natural to […]

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April 6, 2016
Pet Food Recall Alert: Beneful Dog Food

Pet food recalls are scary, especially since they happen so frequently. Given the nature of the ingredients and the cheap form of production, it’s all too common to see another dog or cat food pulled from the shelf. At the beginning of this year, Vital Essentials, Big Dog Natural, and Abbot’s Compounding Pharmacy were deemed […]

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Cheers to a Lifetime of Great Health!
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