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February – Dental Health

Bad breath and yellow teeth are just some of the outward signs of what could be a bigger problem. Yes, February is pet dental health month! But dental health is often a sign of other health issues. It can affect their kidneys, liver or heart!  American Veterinary Dental Society states that 80% of dogs and … Continue reading »

How do you pick a new pet?

So a new year and a new addition? If you didn’t get the pet under the tree like you wanted, are you thinking of purchasing or adopting a dog? My family added our dog Ferguson to the family what would be 12 years ago just next month. We did a lot of research on what … Continue reading »

Make sure your pet stays safe during the holiday!!!

Click on the link to see a graphic of 7 holiday pet hazards!!!  Do you know how to keep your pet safe during the holidays? Are there any of these that surprise you?  (Source. www.avma.org) 7holidaypetdonts

Don’t forget about your pets teeth!!

Rex, what have you been eating?  Your breath is atrocious.  If you have said something like this to your dog or cat it may be time for a dental check up.  Bad breath can be caused by several conditions but, dental disease is one of the most common causes.  According to the AVDS 80% of … Continue reading »

Caring for Your Senior Cat

As cats age, they experience many of the same changes as we humans do. As a responsible pet owner, there are certain things you can do to help accommodate these changes and make your cat’s senior years a little more comfortable. If your feline is getting older, here are a few tips from an experienced … Continue reading »