Creating a pet emergency plan should be one of the first things you do when you bring a furry, feathered or scaled friend into your home. Emergencies can happen anytime to you, your beloved pet or to your…
It’s New Year’s resolution time, and you know what that means. Longer waits at the gym, nearly getting run over on the sidewalk by eager joggers and, on the upside, shorter lines at the donut shop. This New Year’s, how about you get fit with your pet by including your pudgy pooch or tubby tabby in on the action? If the words, “Your pet is overweight,” are still ringing in your ears from your last vet visit, check out these tips for taking your best friend from fatty to fluffy.
As pet owners and animal lovers, it’s important to us that we keep our furry friends healthy, happy and adorable. Regular baths and even some fur clippings and trimming can keep your pooch looking and feeling his best. One of the most important things to do when you move is to find reliable, convenient services for your pet. Check out these tips for finding the perfect dog groomer in your new location.
Our pets are more than just our best friends; they’re also our roommates and our family. We live together, exercise together, binge-watch TV shows together and even sleep together. They are there for us constantly, always ready to reciprocate our love for them. Let them know that you care for them by creating safe space for your pet in your new home to make sure they are happy and comfortable after a move.
For us, the holidays are a time of celebration, family and happiness. For our furry friends, however, this can be a time of change, stress and anxiety. Here are a few holiday pet care tips to keep in mind when making your plans this year that can help your pet enjoy the season too.
Shelter pets have amazing qualities that they’re ready to share with anyone who’s willing to give them a chance. Animal shelters are full of all kinds of unique breeds of critters, each with its own individual personality. Shelter pets also generally come with a certain amount of preventative care and treatment, saving you time and money after you leave the shelter with your new family member. If you’re looking for a new addition to your home, now is a great time with National Animal Shelter and Rescue Appreciation Week coming up the first full week in November. Discover why shelter pets rule by making a trip to your local animal shelter or humane society to find the perfect shelter pet for you.
Moving is a stressful, chaotic time for everyone involved. Trying to keep track of all your belongings, locating new doctors’ offices and convenient shopping centers and adjusting to new schools and work spaces are just a few of the many concerns that might be on your mind.
Finding a new vet in your new town doesn’t have to be just another stressful task on your seemingly never-ending to-do list. It can be a fun, educational experience for you and even for your pet. Acquaint you and your dog with your new surroundings by going on a drive or a walk around town to visit prospective veterinary facilities. Make all the necessary preparations before you move, and keep an eye out for certain services and conveniences each possible vet offers.