January 16, 2022
How To Travel With A Dog

Traveling with dogs is such an exciting and fun idea. My family, including our cat Pepe and my mom's dog, Hi-yo love adventures! Who wouldn't? We're wanderers of the world and we love the outdoors. I treat my pets like my children, they are my family. We want to include them in all of our […]

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January 16, 2022
What Supplements Should I Give to My Cat?

What Supplements Should I Give to My Cat? For our pets to meet their bodies' nutritional demands, they needed real food. The first step in preventative treatment and maintaining excellent health for our pets is to pay close attention to what they eat and how they feed their bodies. Food from a bag or a […]

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December 30, 2021
Safety Tips For Pet Owners On New Year's Eve: Pet's Anxiety Relief

It's the new year and everyone is excited! Your furry friends can probably sense your excitement too! However, some festive foods, loud bangs, and pyrotechnic noises can be downright terrifying for them. Firecrackers, rockets, and sparklers are all part of the New Year's Eve celebrations for many people. Loud noises and flashes of light, on […]

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December 21, 2021
Houseplants and Pets: How Do I Know What's Safe?

Houseplants are beneficial to your health in addition to their aesthetic value. Why? They do the exact reverse of what we do when we breathe: they release oxygen while absorbing carbon dioxide. This not only cleans the air but also removes hazardous contaminants. House plants have been shown in studies to improve concentration and productivity […]

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December 3, 2021
The Basics of Adjusting Your Dog's Diet in Old Age

As pet parents, we all wish for our furbabies to have a long and healthy life in their elder years. Pets appear to be surviving longer than ever before, thanks to increased animal medical care, enhanced meals, supplements, and treatments, and your unconditional love. As pets age, it’s natural for their bodies to begin to […]

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December 1, 2021
How to Introduce Your Dog to Your Cat

Why do dogs hate cats? Do dogs really hate cats?  Dogs and cats seem to be divided by an unwritten line. The concept that dogs loathe cats, or vice versa, is so widespread that it's virtually a cliché. Is there any truth to it, or is it simply another dog legend? Although cats and dogs […]

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November 26, 2021
Foods To Keep Away From Your Cat

Some of our feline friends ask and plead for human food, particularly when they see you eating. However, although it’s understandable wanting to share a nibble with your cat, it’s important to know what foods are harmful to cats, since numerous popular human food varieties are poisonous to our cats.  We think cats know what's […]

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November 12, 2021
Dental Cleanings and Anesthesia for Pets: Is it safe?

Dental hygiene is critical to your pet's overall health and well-being, and professional cleanings are a crucial component of a regimen that will keep your mouth in good shape. Dental cleanings make pet parents concerned since it implies their furbaby will be put under anesthesia. Anesthesia for pets carries a number of dangers. However, there […]

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November 3, 2021
How to Care for Your Dogs Eyes

Your dog's eye care may not be on top of your mind as a pet parent. There are vet checks, immunizations, and preventative treatments to consider, after all. You're not the only one who has itchy eyes; dogs can also get itchy eyes, whether from pollen or tear duct problems. So, when caring for your […]

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September 23, 2021
The Beginner's Guide to Adding Supplements to Your Pet's Diet

Being a pet parent is as hard as raising children, they may not be related to us by flesh and blood, but we all love and cherish our pets like they’re our children all the same. Pet parenting presents different sets of challenges, but with the right techniques and strategies, you can have the happiest […]

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Cheers to a Lifetime of Great Health!
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