Archives: General Care

  • 5 Foods You Should Never Feed Your Dog

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    There are many human foods that aren’t good for our canine companions—it’s likely that you already have some in your kitchen! The trick is preventing the problem ahead of time so that your pet doesn’t ingest anything harmful. Here are five foods you should never feed your dog: Garlic and Onions Garlic and onions, as well as similar foods like chives, scallions, shallots, and leeks, aren’t safe for dogs. These sorts of foods can damage … Read More »

  • Gadgets for Your Cat

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    Our feline pals apparently have quite a few fans in the technology sector. Every year, more and more neat, high-tech gadgets for Fluffy hit the market. A vet lists a few choice ones below. Automated Litterboxes A self-cleaning litterbox can benefit both you and your cat. You get spared a good chunk of dirty work, while Fluffy can enjoy a powder room that is always clean. Mechanical Laser Pointers Does your pet absolutely love chasing … Read More »

  • Keeping Pets Safe in the Snow

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    Plenty of pets love frolicking in the snow. Keep in mind, though, that our animal companions and the fluffy white stuff don’t always mix! Read on to find out how to keep your pet safe the next time it snows. Indoor Time One of the simplest ways to keep your pet healthy and happy when there’s snow on the ground is to keep outdoor time very limited. This way, you don’t run the risk of … Read More »

  • Stocking Stuffers for Your Dog

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    It’s always fun to include your canine companion in the holiday festivities. Why not get your dog a few stocking stuffers? Here are a few gift ideas that your pup is sure to love: Fun Toys You can’t go wrong with good old-fashioned dog toys. Not only do toys keep Fido entertained for hours on end, they give your dog a proper outlet for his pent-up energy. Chew toys, in particular, help to keep your … Read More »

  • 4 Ways to Keep Your Pet Safe During the Holidays

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    The holidays are approaching fast! As seasonal activities and festivities ramp up, many of our furry buddies will be paying very close attention as their favorite humans cook, decorate, and wrap gifts. While this special time of year offers a wonderful chance to spend time with our loved ones, it can be dangerous for our animal companions. Here, a vet lists some ways to keep your pet safe during the holiday rush. Avoid Dangerous Foods … Read More »

  • Entertaining Guests When You Own a Pet

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    If guests are coming to your home for a party, meal, or special event, it’s important to make some considerations regarding your pets. This way, everything runs smoothly on the big day! Here are a few tips for helping your guests and your furry friends get along successfully: Before Guests Arrive First things first: vacuum and dust throughout your home to keep things clean and fresh. This is also very important if any of your … Read More »

  • 7 Things You Didn’t Know About Your Cat

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    Did you know that cats only sweat through their paw pads? As you have probably noticed, kitties are chock full of interesting characteristics. In fact, our feline buddies have quite a few interesting quirks. Read on as a local vet lists some things you may not have known about your cute pet. She Matches Her Sleep Schedule To Yours We all know that kitties are, well, rather drowsy. Cats can sleep up to 20 hours … Read More »

  • Meet the Munchkin

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    Are you familiar with Munchkin cats? These super cute cats almost look like a feline version of the Dachshund! Read on as a local vet discusses this unique breed. Basics Munchkins are distinguished by the fact that they have very short legs. In fact, when the Munchkin was recognized by The International Cat Association in 1995, controversy ensued, as critics were concerned about possible health problems and mobility issues. However, these charming furballs are just … Read More »

  • Maintaining Your Pet’s Wellness

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    What do veterinarians and veterinary professionals mean when they use the term “wellness?” In essence, wellness means maintaining your pet’s health over time, rather than dealing with a problem after it has already manifested. This approach to your pet’s health is not only more cost-effective, it’s much simpler and less stress-inducing. Learn about the specifics of maintaining your pet’s wellness below: Veterinary Visits A major part of maintaining wellness is bringing your pet to see … Read More »

  • Running With Your Dog

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    Have you ever considered taking your dog running with you? It’s great exercise, both for yourself and your canine companion! Going on a run with your dog is more complicated than simply clipping on the leash and heading outside, though. Learn more below: Breed Considerations Before going on a run with your pooch, take his or her breed into consideration. Brachycephalic dogs—breeds with “squashed” faces like pugs, bulldogs, Boston terriers, and the Pekingese—don’t do well … Read More »

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