Winter Giving Your Doggy The Blues? How To Keep Your Pooch Healthy And Happy

If the winter months always end up with your dog packing on some extra pounds because it's too cold to head outside, it's time to get creative. You may not be able to get your dog out for its daily walks, but there are still some ways for it to get some much-needed exercise during the winter. Here are four simple steps you can take to help your dog stay lean and healthy this winter. [Read More]

What To Do If Your Pet Swallows String

Lurking in every house there is something that is dangerous and perhaps even deadly for pet dogs and cats. This innocuous material is string. It can take the form of dental floss, thread, yarn, or even a rubber band or piece of elastic. The following can help you understand the danger, as well as providing information on what to do if your pet ingests string. The danger There are two dangers posed by string, but both begin when an animal eats string. [Read More]

3 Potential Hazards First-Time Pet Owners Should Know About

Are you thinking about getting a puppy or a kitten as a companion? Will this be the first time that you've had either one as a pet? Puppies and kittens can grow up into wonderful pets. They are lots of fun when they are younger, but they are extremely mischievous and get into many things. Unfortunately, this curiosity isn't always healthy for either cats or dogs. There are plenty of things that they can get into around your home that will make them sick. [Read More]

How To Safely Use Flea & Tick Products On Your Pet

If you have a pet, such as a dog or cat, that goes outside, you need to make sure that you protect your pet against ticks and fleas. Here are some tips that will help you use your flea and tick products safely. #1 Always Read The Label Before you use any flea or tick products on your pet, it is vitally important that you take the time to properly read the label. [Read More]