Monthly Archives: February 2016

Why Spay or Neuter Your Pet? It’s an Act of Love!

It may seem like a good idea to wait to spay or neuter your pet – or forego the procedure altogether – but this choice can be costly for both of you. With so many homeless pets facing euthanasia each year, it makes sense to prevent unwanted litters. However, did you know your pet’s health […]
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To Err is Human…But Is Your Pet a Good Judge of Character?

We don’t always rely on our pets to judge others, but if your pet reacts strongly to a new person in your life, is it possible he or she is keyed into something to which you’re oblivious? Like a barometer measures atmospheric pressure, your pet could potentially assess compatibility, determine your level of risk, and […]
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Valentine’s Day Pet Safety: Protecting Your Furriest Sweetheart

As Valentine’s Day items line the store shelves, love is in the air. While the words “pet safety” may not be the sweet nothings you plan on whispering, it’s definitely important to those with animal companions. Ahhh, Chocolate! Most pet owners have a keen fear of chocolate when it comes to their pet – especially […]
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How do You Show Your Pet Love?

Heart-shaped treats have a tremendous power to make us feel loved, but the idea that special treats equal devotion can have terrible consequences. This is especially true for your four-legged friend, who doesn’t need yummy, indulgent treats to know how much you care. Instead, the occasional healthy snack is a wonderful alternative, and it begs […]
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