Halloween Pet Safety Tips
Halloween is almost here! As you prepare for Halloween, keep these tips in mind, so that both you and yourRead more.
Disaster Preparedness for your Pets
Unfortunately natural disasters like hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, and wild fires are an inevitable part of life. Though we cannot preventRead more.
Labor Day Barbecue Hazards for Pets
Labor Day marks the unofficial end of summer and is celebrated by many Americans at a barbecue with family, friendsRead more.
August 22nd is Take Your Cat to the Vet Day!
Your kids go to the pediatrician once a year, you see your dentist every 6 months, and even your carRead more.
How did black cats get a bad rap?
Halloween conjures up all kinds of scary images. From goblins, ghouls, witches, to ghosts, mummies and black cats? BlackRead more.
Common myths about shelter animals
August 16th is National Homeless Animal Day and a great time to remind everyone to consider adopting their nextRead more.
Why is it important to microchip my pet?
August 15th is National Check the Chip Day! A great time to remind everyone about the importance of microchips.Read more.
Tips for making trips to the vet less stressful for your cat and you!
There are more cats in American homes than dogs, yet despite their popularity, the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)Read more.
Protecting your pets from snakes-Part 2
Part 2 (For Part 1 click here) Diagnosis There are currently no definitive tests to determine if an animal wasRead more.
Protecting your pets from snakes Part 1
Every year around 150,000 dogs and cats in the United States are bitten by venomous snakes. Most occur when it’sRead more.