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Body Language: Dogs vs. Cats

Our pets communicate with us every day through body language, from tail wags to tilted ears. Understanding what these signals mean will help you determine how your pet is feeling, whether happy, frightened, or aggressive. If you know what your pet is feeling, you will be able to approach your pet appropriately in any situation. … Continue reading Body Language: Dogs vs. Cats

Benefits of Adopting a Senior Sweetheart

If you are thinking about adopting a pet, one factor to take into consideration is what age of pet you would like to add to your family. While adopting a puppy or kitten is very exciting, there are countless older dogs and cats in need of forever homes. Plus, there are endless advantages to choosing … Continue reading Benefits of Adopting a Senior Sweetheart

Noise Phobias: Helping Pets Cope

Do thunderstorms send your pet cowering under the bed, pacing the house, or trembling by your side? A noise phobia can affect any pet, but the issue is more common in dogs than cats. Not only thunderstorms, but also fireworks, gunshots, or even the sound of birds chattering can trigger an irrational fear response. If … Continue reading Noise Phobias: Helping Pets Cope

What to Consider Before Adopting a Pocket Pet

What is a pocket pet? Pocket pets are small pet mammals. The category includes hamsters, gerbils, guinea pigs, rats, mice, rabbits, ferrets, chinchillas, and sugar gliders. If you’re looking for a furry friend, a pocket pet is a great alternative to a dog or cat when your home isn’t suited for a larger animal or … Continue reading What to Consider Before Adopting a Pocket Pet

Vacations & What They Mean For Pets: Separation Anxiety

Summer is a perfect time to travel to unexplored or favorite destinations, but if you’re a pet owner, you know how hard it can be to leave your pet behind while you go on vacation, especially if your pet suffers from separation anxiety. Separation anxiety is quite common in pets. Both dogs and cats can … Continue reading Vacations & What They Mean For Pets: Separation Anxiety

July 4th Safety: Crowds, Fireworks, Cookouts & More

With the Fourth of July approaching, you are probably looking forward to fireworks, parades, and fun cookouts with friends and family, but all of these festivities can be scary and even dangerous for our pets. Whether you’re hosting a barbecue in your backyard or planning to go to your local fireworks display, it’s important to keep … Continue reading July 4th Safety: Crowds, Fireworks, Cookouts & More

Summer – A Season of Fun, Sun and Safety

Summer is a season of fun outdoor adventures, from the ocean to the hiking trails and everywhere in between. But, higher temperatures mean higher risks for your pet! If your furry friend is by your side this summer, make sure to have their health and safety in mind. Stay Cool! Beat the Heat. When it’s … Continue reading Summer – A Season of Fun, Sun and Safety