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What You Need to Know About Cancer in Pets

What You Need to Know About Cancer in Pets

Cancer in Pets: What You Need to Know   As a result of our furry companions' longer lives, veterinary professionals are seeing more cancer in pets than ever before, which may be in part due to incredible advances in veterinary medicine. An estimated one in four...

3 Signs of an Anxious Cat

3 Signs of an Anxious Cat

Are you a cat owner who's been worrying about your pet's recent behavior? You're not alone. According to experts, cats can be very sensitive to stress and it can have a major impact on their health and well-being. In this blog post, we'll explore cats are affected by...

Take These Steps To Protect Your Dog From Lyme Disease

Take These Steps To Protect Your Dog From Lyme Disease

If you're a pet owner, it's important to be aware of Lyme disease and how to protect your dog from it. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria transmitted to animals through the bite of an infected tick. Symptoms can include fever, joint pain, and lethargy. Left untreated,...

4 Ways to Set Your New Puppy Up for Success

4 Ways to Set Your New Puppy Up for Success

Although we think every day should be puppy day, National Puppy Day falls on March 23 this year. If you’re planning on welcoming a new puppy home soon, these are some of the best ways to help them settle in. #1: Prepare for your new puppy’s arrival in advance The...

How to Prepare Your Pet Sitter for Your Pet

How to Prepare Your Pet Sitter for Your Pet

When you have to go away on a trip, the last thing you want to worry about is whether your pet is being taken care of properly. That's why it's important to find a good pet sitter and give them all the information they need before you leave. Here are a few tips on...

Love on Your Pet This Valentine’s Day

Love on Your Pet This Valentine’s Day

Valentine's Day is a special day to show your loved ones how much you care for them. For pet owners, this includes showing our furry friends some love too! There are many ways to do this, both big and small, so we've put together a list of ideas to get you started....

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