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Past The Lips & Straight To The Hips

January is “Walk Your Dog” month, and if you are one of the 45% of Americans that made a New Year's resolution, then you probably have some weight loss or general health goals in mind for yourself. Did you know that if your fur-kid needs to lose those extra rolls around their hips from yummy

Your Cat Has A Question For You

We’re willing to bet that if you are owned by a cat, you know for a fact that you may never be able to know what is going through your furry feline’s mind, no matter how much you mull over it’s inner-workings.  However, on THIS day January 22nd, feline pet-parents are asked to be more

Winter Weather Tips For Pets

You know how the song goes….”oh...the weather outside is frightful….”, right? Well winter-time and the inclement weather that it brings can be “frightful” for your fur-kids too, but your pet care professionals at Paws Pet Care Pet Sitting & Dog Walking are here to help you get your pets safely through the winter months. Read on…..

Winter Is Brutal On Dog’s Paw Pads

Most dogs I know love to frolic in the snow, but did you know that wintertime can be painful for your fur-kid? When your pup's paws are exposed to snow, ice and the toxic chemicals in road-salt they can experience: Dryness Cracking Trauma Frostbite Chemical Burns Fortunately, there are some tips and products out there

Christmas Plants That Are Toxic To Your Pet

Did you know that many of the plants that are popular around this time of the year can be extremely harmful to your pets?  Here is a rundown (with pictures)  of some dangerous seasonal plants:   American Holly American Holly contains potentially toxic compounds that can cause gastrointestinal irritation.  Make sure to keep your hollyon

Lonely Dogs and Separation Anxiety

It’s never good to leave your beloved dog alone for long periods of time. Most of us are busy adults with full-time job and responsibilities, so it may be hard to be with your pets for as long as you want to be with them throughout the day. You must remember that our pets are