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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 …

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How Long Can I Safely Leave My Cat Alone?

In my line of work, we pet sitters insist on seeing your kitty at the VERY LEAST every other day and we prefer every single day for a number of reasons….the LEAST of which is money in our pockets. Here’s a few: Cats like clean, fresh water. How would you like to be left with …

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How To Keep Your Superbowl Party Pet Friendly

I don’t know about you, but Super Sunday for my family usually entails several hours of our family and friends logged jumping up and down on the couch, shouting at the television, and eating tons of junk food, all while our fur-kids look on in amazement, confusion or maybe even fear. Check out these tips …

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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 …

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How Long Can I Safely Leave My Cat Alone?

In my line of work, we pet sitters insist on seeing your kitty at the VERY LEAST every other day and we prefer every single day for a number of reasons….the LEAST of which is money in our pockets. Here’s a few: Cats like clean, fresh water. How would you like to be left with …

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What You Should Know About Dog Parks

Dog parks are becoming more and more popular here in Kentucky.  Seems like every month we’re hearing about a new one opening up here or there. We’ve had the pleasure of taking some of our own clients to dog parks during the day and had great experiences.  On the flip side, we’ve also witnessed dogs …

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Howl-O-Ween Safety For Your Fur-Kids

– Written by Professional Pet Care Specialist Erin Bubrink Halloween is a very fun time of year and a favorite for many people.  However, Halloween can be a very dangerous and scary time for your pets.  So, we have compiled some tips on do’s and don’ts for you furry loved ones at this time of …

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Flea Prevention & Why You Should Care

Recently, I read some pretty disturbing reports regarding flea preventative and terrible reactions that furkids were having to them. So, I asked  my vet about continuing with flea medication even if a fur-kid didn’t go outside much.  What if the fur-kid had arthritis and just went out on a leash to potty…  or just used pee …

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PET ALERT! West Nile Virus Can Infect Your Pets

There aren’t many who haven’t heard about the spread of the West Nile Virus. With the arrival of spring, don’t forget about protecting your pets from the threat of diseases. The Center for Disease Control reports that as of August 28, 2012 there have been 1590 cases reported – the highest number of West Nile virus …

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