SECOND BEST FRIENDS: Your Pet’s Health & Safety Team

Some humans consider a second best friend a back-up plan, someone next in line if your bestie is not available to lend an ear, a shoulder or a good time.  Some people feel like they are always a 2nd best friend, that they never hit the mark, the proverbial “always a Bridesmaid and never a […]

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HEAD-TO-TAIL CHECK-UP

Head-to-Tail, Snout-to-Tail, Wag-to-Woof or by any other name, performing an at-home exam of your dog or cat weekly to catch problems early on is a MUST! Dogs and cats don’t tell us when something is wrong.  Responsible pet parents regularly look and feel to find anything not quite right.  By getting to know your pet […]

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Dr. Buzby’s DIY Dog Master Course: Nail Trimming Without Fear

CODE:  PSC22 for 25% OFF! https://courses.drbuzby.com  When we walk, we land with our heels first. The soft fat pad & the flattening of the arch helps cushion the impact as our foot makes contacts with the ground. As we roll over our toes, the arch raises and the soft tissue structures are stretched, which creates […]

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PET FIRST AID KIT REFRESH

So that you are prepared to bandage a wound, pull a tick, or soothe an upset tummy, make sure you have these most basic items, as well as the PET FIRST AID & CPR QUICK REFERENCE For Dog & Cat Parents & Pet Professionals. A Pet First Aid Kit is only good as the human […]

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TUMMY TROUBLES? Gastro Pro Plus to the Rescue

GI issues are one of the most common reason your dog or cat may end up at the vet and during the  holidays…did Fido & Fluffy have a bit too much, something new and unusual, like treats from a friend, or something off the holiday table that their tummy isn’t used to?  Just like us, […]

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NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS

Now that the hustle and bustle of the holidays is over, have you made resolutions for yourself and your pets?  Did you know that according to a University of Scranton study, 25% of people stop within 30 days of starting? I prefer to think of resolutions as goals, or what I’m now calling my “MAKE […]

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Dog Sitting Services: Solutions to Help You & Your Dog During the Holidays 

Dogs and other pets can (and should) be well-taken care off when you are on holiday, on a business trip, or at work. Professional dog sitting services provide your dogs with full attention to keep them occupied, active and happy rather than being alone for several hours or days.  Always vet these service though, just […]

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Dog Memorials: How to Choose The Best One That Will Honor Your Furry Friend

As dog lovers, we do everything we can to make sure our pets are happy, healthy, and comfortable. We provide them with toys and treats and lavish them with attention. In many ways, they’re just as important as our human family members. Because the bond is so strong, it can be difficult to let go […]

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Pooch Feeling Poorly?  7 Signs Your Dog Is Sick

When your dog isn’t feeling well, he cannot speak up and let you know. However, there are signs you can look for which can help determine when your dog is feeling poorly.  No one wants to see their dog suffering, so tune in and pay attention, do a weekly head-to-tail check to find problems at […]

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Things to Keep in Mind Before Acquiring Your First Puppy

As much as you might want to take home every puppy you see, there are several factors to consider before committing to puppy ownership. Making a dog part of your family for the life of that dog is a tremendous responsibility that should not be taken lightly. When you adopt a dog, you’re not only […]

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Kitten Care Tips for Beginners: How to Take Good Care of your Kitten

www.pexels.com Raising a kitten to adulthood is an incredibly fulfilling journey for any cat lover.  That by no means suggests that it is to be an easy journey. Adding a new kitten to your family and keeping it happy and healthy throughout early stages requires a great deal of dedication. This article covers some key […]

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Top Reasons Why You Should Bathe Your Dog

  Through the ages, dog has been man’s (and woman’s) best and most loyal friend. To be a better friend in return to our dog, we should learn the art of bathing!  Not just to keep your dog pretty and smelling good, this simple act of kindness actually keeps your dog healthier and happier.  Many […]

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