Monthly Archives: May 2015

Come Home: The Benefits of Microchipping Your Pet

It’s late and your pet has managed to sneak out. It’s happened before, but he’s usually home by now. You call his or her name into the darkness and hope that any second you’ll hear the sound of sweet relief coming from the tags or bell dangling from his collar. When all you hear is […]
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Dog-gone Fun: Ideas for Summertime Pet Activities

Have you been spending too much time on the couch? Has your energetic canine been looking longingly at that underused leash? Or, are you just looking for some creative ways to change up the weekend in a pet friendly way? You’re not alone. Summertime pet activities can sometimes be a challenge (dang ‘No dogs allowed’ […]
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Warm-Weather Pet Safety Quiz

Take this short quiz and you may be surprised by the results. Of the following situations, which could prove dangerous for your pets? (Assume drinking water is freely available at all times.) Staying in the car for 20 minutes, in the shade, with the windows rolled half-way down Playing Frisbee on the beach for half […]
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Addressing the Challenges of a Multi-Pet Home

For pet lovers who are aware of the overwhelming number of stray and homeless pets in the country, it is understandable why we are often the ones whose homes are full of fur companions. Multiple pet households are common, in fact, as more than 50% of all cat and dog owners share their homes with […]
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How to Prevent and Safely Remove Ticks

Let’s face it, nobody likes ticks. The very thought of them often causes a grimace, and every spring and summer brings those tiny goblins into the thick underbrush, long greasses, and trees, where they wait for a warm-blooded animal to stroll by. Like you or your dog…
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