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5 Reasons Your New Kitten Needs Pet Insurance


The curiosity of the average cat is well known, and it can get the best of even the most well-behaved kitten as it continues growing and exploring. This usually leads to situations that are more adorable than dangerous, but when it’s the latter, pet insurance becomes an invaluable commodity. As recently illustrated with insurance for […]



Pet Cancer Signs & Symptoms


Cancer accounts for nearly half of all disease-related pet deaths every year. Dogs get cancer at nearly the same rate as humans (approximately one in four dogs will develop cancer at some point in his life). Half of all dogs over the age of 10 will develop cancer at some point. It is theorized that, […]



Nothing to fool about – Pet First Aid Awareness Month starts tomorrow


April 1, is a day generally associated with practical jokes and pranks, but pet safety is no joke. April 1 also marks the beginning of Pet First Aid Awareness Month, and while you may be prepared to deal with first aid emergencies for your human kids, many people don’t think to prepare a first aid […]



Top 5 Poison Prevention Tips For Pets


Top 5 Poison Prevention Tips for Pets Since March kicks off Poison Prevention Awareness Month we’ve decided to bring you 5 top tips for preventing your beloved canine or feline friend from experiencing the dangers of a potentially poisoning. With the cold weather still upon us in many parts of the country, anti-freeze poisoning is […]



Four Pet Health Conditions that can be Treated at Home


Many of us consider our pets to be our children, or, at least, part of the family. And just like our kids, our pets get bumps and bruises and other common, minor illnesses. Because our cats and dogs cannot tell us what hurts or what they need, often times these situations end in a frantic […]



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Four Tips For Maintaining Your Pet’s Dental Health


Four Tips for Maintaining Your Pet’s Oral Health! Most of us brush our teeth twice a day without even thinking about it. Did you know that your dog’s (and your cat’s) oral health is just as important? In honor of February being Pet Dental Health Month, we bring you four tips for keeping your pet’s […]



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Four Valentine’s Day Tips For Pets


Valentine’s Day Tips for Pets! Roses are red, violets are blue, sugar is sweet and so are our pets! Okay, that doesn’t rhyme, but all pet parents can agree that our feline and canine counterparts are well-loved. It’s important to remember though that the ways we love our fellow humans are not good ways to […]



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Five Health Benefits of Teaching Your Dog New Tricks


January marks a new year, and renewed motivation for all the great things we hope to accomplish in the next 365 days. January also happens to be National Train Your Dog Month! If you just recently added a new furry family member to your home, training the dog may be one of those New Year’s […]



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Five Healthy Resolutions For You And Your Pet


Tips to help you include your pet in some healthy resolutions for 2015. Spending time with your pets should be a daily habit. Not only is it a way to express love to your pet, but there are a multitude of health benefits. Whether you’ve created a list of resolutions for the New Year, or […]



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How To Stop Your Dog From Begging For Food


As the month of pie-baking, turkey-stuffing, and gravy-mixing begins, delicious aromas may waft through your home a little more than usual. If your pooch is a consistent “beggar” for table scraps, this may pose a problem. Especially if you’re hosting this year’s family Thanksgiving! Eating table scraps can actually be harmful to your dog’s health […]