Monthly Archives: February 2019

Love Your Pet Day


Valentine’s Day has now passed. People shared poems, chocolates, roses, candies, kisses, and hugs. But what about all of the pets? Maybe some were treated for Valentine’s Day, but for those who weren’t, Love Your Pet Day starts on February 20th, so it’s still not too late! Here are some ways to show your pet

Love Your Pet Day2019-02-26T16:11:23-05:00

10 Ways To Keep Your Cats Healthy & Happy


Many folks think that cats are very easy to take care of (cats everywhere would disagree!).  It is known that cats don’t require as much attention as a dog needs, but that doesn’t mean that cats don’t need any attention at all, or that there aren’t things you should look out for in terms of

10 Ways To Keep Your Cats Healthy & Happy2019-02-26T15:02:23-05:00

10 Foods Your Dog CANNOT Eat


It is easy to be innocently unaware of the toxic things being given to pets. But regardless, pet health is very important, so here are ten foods to know that your dog cannot eat. Consult your veterinarian if you have additional questions or if your pooch has recently consumed these foods. Yeast Yeast is HIGHLY

10 Foods Your Dog CANNOT Eat2019-02-26T14:00:11-05:00

5 Dangerous Foods For Your Dog


We love our dogs like family and they are considered to be a member, just like anyone else in the home. Besides giving your dog proper care, exercise and playing fetch, there is one more thing that you need to focus on, the dog's nutrition. Dogs cannot easily digest some foods that we can as

5 Dangerous Foods For Your Dog2019-02-26T13:46:38-05:00

Can Pets Help Depression?


Depression can take a toll on us. Depression prompts feelings of loneliness; people need healthy coping mechanisms to go through the rough times and with relaxation techniques like yoga, meditation, breathing techniques like circular breathing one can get better. Another solution for depression may surprise you.... simply caring for a pet. Comfort, companionship, and

Can Pets Help Depression?2019-02-26T13:26:47-05:00

Tips For The Cost Conscious Pet Owner


When it comes to choosing the right pet and breed for you, it’s important to remember that your lifestyle and physical environment are at least as important as your personal preferences and finding a pet that matches your persona. Pet ownership should also make sense from a financial standpoint because it can be expensive,

Tips For The Cost Conscious Pet Owner2019-02-26T13:00:57-05:00