14 09, 2020

5 Tips for Keeping Your Cat at a Healthy Weight


Cats with a little extra “fluff” to them are far from rare in our culture. Nearly everyone is familiar with the expression “fat cats” and even the beloved Garfield had a love of lasagna and being lazy. Although the thought of a cat a little on the heavier side can be endearing or even novelty [...]

5 Tips for Keeping Your Cat at a Healthy Weight2020-09-12T04:55:25+00:00
31 08, 2020

September’s Monthly Specials


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September’s Monthly Specials2020-08-31T16:00:39+00:00
18 05, 2020

Pet Cancer Awareness Month


Everyone knows at least one person in their life who has been affected by cancer. It can be detrimental to a family and a very delicate subject to address. No one wants to think of the possibility of it happening to them, let alone their pet. We often like to believe that what we see [...]

Pet Cancer Awareness Month2020-05-17T16:02:03+00:00
20 04, 2020

Understanding and Helping Ease Separation Anxiety in Dogs


One of the most common challenges with owning a dog can be destructive and disruptive behavior when separated from their owner. Have you ever walked into a house that has scratch marks on the door, shredded throw pillows, puddles of urine, and an answering machine full of complaints from neighbors about a barking and howling [...]

Understanding and Helping Ease Separation Anxiety in Dogs2020-04-20T17:06:17+00:00
12 04, 2020

World Veterinary Day – April 25th


World Veterinary Day is celebrated on Saturday, April 25th, 2020 and has been observed the last Saturday in April since 2001. World Veterinary Day was created by the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) and the World Veterinary Association (WVA). The Purpose The purpose of this special day is to raise public awareness about the [...]

World Veterinary Day – April 25th2020-04-08T15:14:02+00:00
14 03, 2020

National Puppy Day – March 23rd


Raise your hand if you love puppies? We love puppies too. Puppies are sweet, cuddly, soft, and want tons of hugs, kisses, and love. They run fast all day and then drop sound asleep from being worn out. March 23rd each year is National Puppy Day. This day is specifically to bring awareness to the [...]

National Puppy Day – March 23rd2020-03-14T16:57:44+00:00
17 02, 2020

Celebrate “Love Your Pet Day” on February 20


Do you treat your pets like members of the family all year round? You are not alone if you answered yes. We enjoy their company and we do everything for them just like we would our child. February 20th is "Love Your Pet Day," so you have another special reason to love your furry loved [...]

Celebrate “Love Your Pet Day” on February 202020-02-17T19:38:07+00:00
19 01, 2020

Change a Pet’s Life Day is January 24, 2020


Did you know that January 24th is Change a Pet’s Life Day! Over ten years ago, a group of animal lovers created this event to recognize the hard work that shelter staff and volunteers do, encourage adoption of shelter pets, and raise awareness about the challenges of animals in shelters. Pet owners adore their pets. [...]

Change a Pet’s Life Day is January 24, 20202020-01-19T14:36:18+00:00
20 12, 2019

Essential Vaccines for Cats and Dogs for 2020


With the new year almost here, we remind you to please review your furry loved one’s vaccination history to keep them up-to-date with their shots. By doing so, you help protect your pets from various diseases, including rabies, distemper, parvovirus, infectious hepatitis, bordetella, feline leukemia, and others. It is essential to vaccinate your pets annually, which helps lessen [...]

Essential Vaccines for Cats and Dogs for 20202019-12-20T15:58:32+00:00
11 11, 2019

How Service Dogs Help People with PTSD?


Out of 100 people, approximately 7 or 8 people (or 7-8% of the population) will have PTSD at some point in their lives in the United States. Each year man’s favorite four-legged animal, a dog, has been shown to provide life-altering advantages to those who struggle with PTSD symptoms. What is PTSD? PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) is when [...]

How Service Dogs Help People with PTSD?2019-11-11T01:15:55+00:00