March 26, 2020
The Best Tips for Finding a Pet-Friendly Senior Living Community

The Best Tips for Finding a Pet-Friendly Senior Living Community Owning a pet provides numerous health benefits when you’re a senior. Not only do pets offer companionship, but they also help you stay active and even benefit your mental health. Finding a pet-friendly senior community is a great thing since you can bring your buddy […]

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November 2, 2016
Why Gut Health Is Important for Your Pet

If you notice Fido moping about, you may attribute his behavior to a number of causes… That bed you bought wasn’t comfortable enough. It’s just a rainy day. He missed you because you traveled all day yesterday. Before you get an inflated notion that Fido gets depressed when he can’t be with you every second, […]

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October 19, 2016
Dry vs. Fresh: The Health Benefits of Home-Cooked Cat Food

As a cat owner, you aim to provide your fur baby with the best of everything. After all, finicky Mr. Whiskers is far too fancy to tolerate any of that cut-rate catnip. Mr. Whiskers demands premium catnip, homemade cat treats, hand-knit cat toys, and unlimited behind-the-ear scratches. And because you love him, he gets all […]

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October 5, 2016
5 Things You Didn’t Know about Kidney Failure in Pets

You notice that Sparky is drinking lots of water. And it seems you take him out to go potty more than usual of late. You can’t help but think… Does he have kidney failure? Kidney failure is a sad condition that plagues cats and dogs across the country. It is a source of pain for […]

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September 14, 2016
Build Your Dog a Cancer-Fighting Exercise Routine

A recent study published by the Journal of the American Medical Association found that, for the most part, cancer risks are reduced when humans incorporate non-work-related exercise into their lives. This finding may mean great news for improving the lives of our pets. If cancer may be reduced by merely exercising, then we want to […]

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August 3, 2016
Calorie Restriction: Why Less Is More for Your Pet

Calorie restriction for your pet can feel like the opposite of being a caring owner. When those big brown eyes are pleading for just another serving, it can be hard to refuse an extra scoop of food. But reducing the amount that your pet eats can actually be love in disguise. The Journal of the […]

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July 20, 2016
Cancer Prevention for Your Pet

Cancer prevention is an important part of human healthcare. Yet how often do we practice cancer prevention for our pets? The Animal Cancer Foundation states, “Dogs and cats share many environmental risk factors with their human owners, including food and water sources and even the air we breathe.” Unfortunately, the close connection we share with […]

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July 13, 2016
Should You Shave Your Dog?

For pets with long or thick fur, this season can mean miserable hours spent sweating beneath a heavy blanket of hair. With summer temperatures reaching a pitch, you may be wondering if you should shave your dog. If you’re a regular visitor to my blog, you’ve seen the recent posts on protecting your pet in […]

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Cheers to a Lifetime of Great Health!
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