January is National Train Your Dog Month

Basic training for your dog doesn’t include hours of non-stop instructions, rather moments of basic commands followed by consistent follow-ups. The first basic commands to teach should be…SIT – STAY – COME, and using hand signals with these command words will ensure your dog will be able to follow these commands at a distance. Tens […]

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Antibiotics – Low Bulk Cleansing Diet For Dogs

Low Bulk Cleansing Diet Most pets experience some type of bacterial infection in their lives. Antibiotics are the most commonly prescribed medication for such issues, specifically oral antibiotics. Antibiotics take care of one part of the issue but there is more work to do once the medication has done its job. There are 5 classes […]

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Spring Allergies – Itchy & Scratchy

Spring is finally upon us, and unfortunately so are seasonal allergies. Do dogs get seasonal allergies like humans? Yes, dog allergies are usually caused by the same triggers that occur in our allergies. According to a survey conducted by Novartis Animal Health, over half of pet owners aren’t aware their furry family members can also […]

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National Love Your Pet Day is February 20th

February 20th, celebrates National Love Your Pet Day. Love your pet day is a chance to show your dog,  cat, tortoise, fish, hamster, or any pet, how you really feel. Did you know that most households in the United States have at least one pet? This “unofficial” National holiday is a great day to focus […]

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Puppy Love

There is nothing better than coming home to a happy dog with a wagging tail at the end of a stressful day. The moment you open that door and you see that face, your troubled day starts melting away…what could be more therapeutic? Our dogs do more than just make us feel happy, they keep […]

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Winter Walks – Wipe Paws

It’s always fun to get out for a walk on a winters day and to have a play in the snow. But those little paws can get dry and cracked if you don’t take of them. One of the biggest threats to healthy paw pads during winter is the salt used to melt ice on […]

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