The leaves are starting to change and the temperature is starting to drop. So how do you get your dog ready for fall? These basic tips will ensure that your dog has a safe, happy pumpkin-spice season. Water – During the summer we remember to fill the water bowl...read more
Everyone who has ever had a pet wishes just one thing — that they have a healthy and long life. Here are some tips that can help your pet do just that. FEED A HIGH QUALITY DIET. Pets fed a high quality diet have a shiny hair coat, healthy skin, and bright eyes. A good...read more
1. Regular Exams are Vital Just like you, your pet can get heart problems, develop arthritis, or have a toothache. The best way to prevent such problems or catch them early is to see your veterinarian every year. Regular exams are "the single most important way to...read more
PROVIDE A CLEAN LIVING SPACE YOUR DOG. Shelter from the outside elements and hazards, as well as good hygiene, are basic to a quality life. ALWAYS KEEP FRESH WATER AVAILABLE. Maintaining optimal hydration is important for health and energy. FEED A QUALITY DIET AND...read more
Your dog has a complex brain, and he will miss you when you are gone just like a child! Stanley is a “momma’s boy.” For those who don’t know, it means he REALLY loves his human mom, and whenever she’s gone, Stanley notices and gets a bit depressed. So, Stanley’s...read more
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