The First Year for Your Puppy or Kitten

The First Year for Your Puppy or Kitten

Bringing home a puppy or kitten is an exciting experience for everyone in the family! This new adventure comes with many responsibilities. Here are a few tips to keep in mind to help your new pet stays happy and healthy in her new home.    Don’t wait; vaccinate...
How to Teach Your Dog Not to Jump

How to Teach Your Dog Not to Jump

While being greeted by a happy pup at the door will put a smile on your face, muddy paws on your pants may not!  Many dogs jump on people when they’re excited, and it’s often inadvertently reinforced. Teach your dog not to jump when greeted by following these three...
Dogs and Cancer

Dogs and Cancer

Dogs and Cancer   November is National Pet Cancer Awareness Month. Cancer is a word that terrifies most of us. It can lurk in our bodies and wreak havoc without us even knowing it’s there. It can affect seemingly healthy individuals without warning. It’s...
Healthy Thanksgiving Options for Pets

Healthy Thanksgiving Options for Pets

Healthy Thanksgiving Options for Pets   Pets and people alike love to enjoy good food. Thanksgiving is a day full of good food and smells. While your pet may be giving you the puppy dog eyes to try and get a bite, you should be careful with what you share. ...