The 3 Options For Housing Your Dog During A Long Vacation

24 November 2018
 Categories: Pets & Animals, Blog

If you are taking a long vacation this year and are trying to figure out where to house your dog during the few weeks you will be out of town, then you have three options to choose from:  Option #1: Board In Your Own Home with a Pet Sitter Your dog will be the most comfortable if they are cared for in your own home by a pet sitter. Just like their humans, dogs are creatures of habit and prefer being in their own environment. Read More 

Three Ways Regular Pet Groomings Can Protect Your Cat’s Health

26 June 2018
 Categories: Pets & Animals, Blog

Getting your pet groomed might seem like something that's a bit extravagant or unnecessary, but that couldn't be further from the truth. Whether your cat has short hair or long hair or is big or small, getting regular grooming treatments for your cat could protect their well-being. Read on to discover the three ways neglecting regular grooming can harm your kitty. Gastrointestinal Blockages When your cat swallows its own fur, it doesn't just exit the body readily on its own. Read More 

A Very Anxious Animal: 3 Ways To Get Your Uncooperative Dog To Finally Accept Going To The Vet

19 March 2018
 Categories: Pets & Animals, Blog

Taking your dog to the animal hospital is part of life, be it for an annual checkup or a sudden and urgent situation, but when your pooch is paranoid of going, these visits can be chaotic or even dangerous. Both small and large breeds can nip or bite painfully at people or resist strongly enough to harm themselves, creating a very frustrating situation for you. You do have options; however, and they don't have to be forceful and imposing. Read More 

Notice Your Dog Has A Dull Coat? 3 Services Your Vet Can Help With

5 January 2018
 Categories: , Blog

If you've noticed that your dog's coat isn't as shiny as it used to be, there could be a number of different culprits causing the problem. If your dog seems to be as active and healthy as before, it can be difficult to diagnose what the problem is without visiting a veterinarian. By visiting the vet, you can get familiar with the following services and the impact that they can make for your dog. Read More