December 28, 2016
Start the New Year on the Right Paw: Commit to Better Pet Health Care

In just a few short days, we will be ringing in the New Year! As a pet parent, there’s nothing better than entering the new year ensuring your pet starts the year off on the right paw. No matter how old, young, healthy, or sick your pet is, there are always things we can do […]

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December 16, 2016
Ask the Vet: Pet Health Concerns

Recently, I’ve received several questions that are directly related to pet health concerns and injuries. As a pet parent myself, I know how scary it can be to see your furbaby get hurt or develop new health problems, especially if you have a senior pet. The good news is that most of the health problems you’ve […]

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December 15, 2016
Safe and Healthy Pet Cookie Recipe for Christmas

One of the best parts of the holiday season is cooking and eating all the delicious food and treats we love. I can state without a shadow of a doubt that your pets feel the same way. Most of the treats we bake, however, are unsafe for our pets to consume. This is especially true […]

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December 7, 2016
Give a Gift to Your Shelter: Pet Supplies Donation Ideas

The season of giving is officially here, and I’m sure that you’ve been working on stocking up on pet supplements, toys, treats, and accessories for your beloved cat or dog. Your pet is so lucky to have you as a pet parent! Unfortunately, though, while your pet is lucky and is cozy and warm at […]

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November 18, 2016
Ask the Vet: Pet Health and Wellness Tips

Over the past few days, I’ve received many questions relating to pet health and wellness. It’s great to see so many dog and cat parents seeking out information to ensure their furbabies are safe, comfortable, and healthy. For this week’s edition of “Ask the Vet,” I’m going to be answering a handful of pet health […]

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November 16, 2016
Bladder Control: How to Help Your Pet with Incontinence

As a pet owner, I am sure you are no stranger to the occasional indoor pet potty accident. It happens to even the best-trained cats and dogs and is completely normal. But what happens when your pet’s occasional accidents turn into dog or cat bladder control problems? You end up with destroyed carpets and furniture. Suddenly you […]

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November 9, 2016
7 Vet-Approved Holiday Pet Feeding Tips

The holiday season has arrived and that means one thing for many families...delicious food! No celebration would be complete without turkey, pie, stuffing, cookies, vegetables, and of course your great grandmother's sweet potato recipe. With all the delicious smells filling your house, you bet your furbabies will be under the table just begging for a […]

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