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Valentine’s Day Gifts for Your Furry Loved Ones

By ruthmacpete

Our pets give so much yet ask for so little in return. Show them how much we love and appreciate them this Valentine’s Day with one of these great gift ideas. ​TreatsChocolate is the number

Keeping Your Pets Safe This Valentine’s Day

By ruthmacpete

Valentine’s Day is almost here! That means lots of chocolate, candy and flowers. Unfortunately, that also means lots of sick pets! Every year around this holiday, thousands of pets are hospitalized when they eat something they

Big Dog Must Haves

By ruthmacpete

I recently became the pet parent of a Doberman puppy. I had forgotten what it was like to have a large puppy. Unlike Jett, who weighs in at 10 pounds, Marley, my 6 month old,

Winter Weather Pet Safety Tips

By ruthmacpete

Stay indoors  Just like us, your pet can be susceptible to the cold. That means your pet should be indoors as much as possible, and if they need to go outside, make sure they stay

Holiday Gift Ideas for Your Fur-babies

By ruthmacpete

2020 has been an especially challenging year. Stay at home orders, working from home, and distance learning have made everyone a little stir crazy. If it wasn’t for the comfort our pets give us, most

Thanksgiving Tips To Keep Your Pets Safe

By ruthmacpete

Each year, millions of pets become ill during the holidays, with intestinal obstructions, chocolate or other toxicities, and pancreatitis, being some of the most common reasons. In order to ensure that your Thanksgiving holidays are

Diabetes in Pets: Do You Know the Signs?

By ruthmacpete

November is American Diabetes Month®. Diabetes is not just a human disease; dogs and cats also suffer from this all too common disease. In fact, estimates report that diabetes affects about 1:200 cats and 1:300

Halloween Hazards all Pet Parents Need to Know

By ruthmacpete

Halloween is almost here! Halloween is my all-time favorite holiday. Ever since I was a kid, I have loved Halloween but… not everyone loves Halloween. In fact, many animals are downright terrified by the holiday.

Disaster Preparedness for your Pets

By ruthmacpete

Unfortunately natural disasters like hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, and wild fires are an inevitable part of life. Though we cannot prevent them, we are not completely helpless. We can improve our chances for a safe outcome