5 Myths about Cancer in Pets

5 Myths about Cancer in Pets

For National Pet Cancer Awareness Month, we are revealing the truth behind common myths about cancer in pets. Learn what really happens when a pet develops cancer and undergoes treatment as we debunk some pet cancer misconceptions.   Myth: Only older pets develop...

Is My Pet at Risk for Diabetes?

Is My Pet at Risk for Diabetes?

November is National Pet Diabetes Month, and with an estimated one in 300 dogs and one in 200 cats developing the disease during their lifetime, it’s important for pet owners to recognize the risk factors and signs.    What factors put my pet at risk for...

Halloween Treats to Keep Away from Your Pet

Halloween Treats to Keep Away from Your Pet

Halloween can be a night filled with treats, but keeping your pet safe doesn’t have to be tricky. If you keep in mind that the candy bowl is solely for trick-or-treaters and not for your furry pal, you can both have a fun, safe October 31. When celebrating the...

Tips on Being a Responsible Dog Owner

Tips on Being a Responsible Dog Owner

September is Responsible Dog Ownership Month, so this is an excellent time to ensure you are keeping your dog happy and healthy. When you decided to become a dog owner, you committed to providing for them, including their dietary, medical, physical, and psychological...

Recognizing If Your Cat Is in Pain

Recognizing If Your Cat Is in Pain

As we know, Cats are very stoic animals. While they were domesticated for 10,000 years, their instincts still tell them to hide their injuries and vulnerabilities. This trait makes it difficult for cat owners to identify when their pets are in pain. There are numerous...

Helping Your Pet Find Relief This Allergy Season

Helping Your Pet Find Relief This Allergy Season

Spring and summer are prime allergy seasons for both people and pets. While typical allergy symptoms include sneeze and sniffling, your pet might not experience them in the same way. Pets commonly experience allergy symptoms through skin versus their respiratory...

Helping Your Dog with Back-to-School Blues

Helping Your Dog with Back-to-School Blues

As summer winds down and your kids head back into the classroom, you may be looking forward to some peace and quiet at home. However, your dog may not feel the same way! With long walks, nice weather, and pool days, summer is probably your dog's favorite season, and...

3 Water Dangers for Pets

3 Water Dangers for Pets

The perfect way to cool down on a hot summer day is to take a refreshing dip in a sparkling body of water, especially if you’re wearing a fur coat. However, there are several dangers for your pet when venturing out into deeper waters. Before jumping into the water...

Make Your 4th of July Party Pet-Friendly

Make Your 4th of July Party Pet-Friendly

Turn the 4th of July from a feared holiday for your pet to a fun holiday for furry friends! Your pet can encounter many hazards such as explosions going off overhead, fire and gastrointestinal hazards around delicious-smelling foods, and sizzling hot weather. With the...