Monthly Archives: February 2018

What You Need To Know About Dewclaws

2018-02-26T12:35:42-04:00

We don't call them fingers or toes, but if you take a look at your dog's feet you'll find that on their back legs they usually have four "toes"  and on their front feet they most often have five "fingers".  Some dogs have an extra nail on the upper, inner part of their front

What You Need To Know About Dewclaws2018-02-26T12:35:42-04:00

Arthritis in Your Dog: Symptoms and Treatment

2018-02-24T18:36:17-04:00

If your dog seems to have difficulties with movement, then arthritis might be the cause. Read below for information from Paws Pet Care's guest blogger Lannie with Allivet about osteoarthritis as well as identifying and treating the symptoms. Always consult your veterinary specialist to properly diagnose and treat your companion animal. Osteoarthritis: What It Is

Arthritis in Your Dog: Symptoms and Treatment2018-02-24T18:36:17-04:00

Valentine’s Distraction Can Lead To Destruction

2018-02-12T12:34:21-04:00

Love Is In The Air With Valentine's Day just around the corner, love is in the air. It is a magical time when couples surprise each other with wonderful gifts and surprises. A bouquet of beautiful red roses, heart-shaped balloons, boxes of chocolates are usually part of Valentine's Day celebrations. Who doesn't love a romantic

Valentine’s Distraction Can Lead To Destruction2018-02-12T12:34:21-04:00

Why Your Pet Should Be Your Valentine This Year

2017-09-21T19:16:57-04:00

Valentine's day is approaching and whether you’re happily single or content in a relationship with a significant other, you may be secretly thinking…..”ugh”.  And if you are,don’t beat yourself up!  Yahoo News reports that one in five people would prefer to spend Valentine’s Day with their pet over their partner. So why might you consider

Why Your Pet Should Be Your Valentine This Year2017-09-21T19:16:57-04:00

What To Do When Your Dog Chews On Furniture

2018-08-23T12:12:02-04:00

Did you know that dogs chew furniture out of frustration or because they're trying to relieve dental pain? Sometimes, however, they chew on the furniture because they are trying to clean their teeth. Chewing woodwork is particularly a problem for puppies who are still exploring their new environment. Just like babies and toddlers, puppies explore

What To Do When Your Dog Chews On Furniture2018-08-23T12:12:02-04:00