The Dreaded “O” Word

The Dreaded “O” Word

Obesity in pets is such a simple yet complicated problem. We love our pets. Really love them. And we love to show them how much we love them by feeding them plenty of scrumptious food and giving them lots of delectable treats. I mean, really, how do they know if...
Let’s Talk about Pets and Poison

Let’s Talk about Pets and Poison

Pets and poison don’t mix. Well, sometimes they do, but the point is they SHOULD NOT. The problem is, we sometimes don’t know what might be poisonous for our pets. So, here’s a list (not a complete list, mind you, but a list nonetheless) of the more...
What is “Bloodwork” on my Pet?

What is “Bloodwork” on my Pet?

Blood really is life — it courses through our veins, arteries, and capillaries bringing nutrients and oxygen to vital organs, carrying platelets to heal and antibodies to fight infection (yay for health and keeping our blood where it belongs!), regulating body...
Neuter and Spay to Save the Day! (The Canine Version)

Neuter and Spay to Save the Day! (The Canine Version)

What can we say? Puppies are ADORABLE with their squishy little bellies, sweet sounds, and absolutely precious snuggles. Who wouldn’t smile seeing their gangly little legs awkwardly running toward you to give you slobbery puppy kisses? Such sweet little babies!...
Neuter and Spay to Save the Day! (The Feline Version)

Neuter and Spay to Save the Day! (The Feline Version)

Kittens, kittens everywhere and not a home to take them! A plethora of kittens is undoubtedly the CUTEST problem to have — fuzzy little fur balls mewing excitedly or purring contentedly, lapping up attention like water with their tiny pink tongues. Who...

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