Adding a New Puppy to Your Family

  • Things That Can Be Done While Boarding Your Pet At The Vet's Office

    1 August 2019

    If you have to have your pet boarded for any reason, then you might want to have them boarded at a veterinarian office. When you are trusting someone to take care of your precious pet that you love dearly, it is a very comforting feeling to know that you are having an animal doctor tend to their needs and to be there should any problems arise. It is akin to having a pediatrician babysit your child.

  • A Few Waterfowl Hunting Dog Supplies

    18 May 2017

    Training your new dog to be a good waterfowl dog is going to be a challenge, but a good waterfowl dog is worth their weight in gold. There is no other hunting partner that is willing to climb into cold water and retrieve those ducks and geese for you. When you start training your dog you are going to need a few supplies. These supplies can make or break the training process, so make sure that you get the right products.

  • Four Things To Buy For Your New Dog

    20 March 2017

    Bringing home a new dog can be an exciting event for your family, but your pet will need a few things to help get settled in his or her new home. Use this guide to help prepare for the arrival of your dog and give him or her a warm, welcoming place to live. Engraved Dog ID Tags When you take your dog to his or her first vet appointment, you may get a tag showing that the pet has received certain vaccinations.

  • How Acupuncture Can Help Relieve Your Cat's Pain

    1 March 2017

    If your cat is experiencing a chronic pain problem like arthritis, you may be seeking ways to help your kitty find some relief. While there are medications that can be prescribed that will help to ease your cat's pain, many pet parents don't feel comfortable having their cat take them. If you're among them, you're right: painkillers aren't a cure-all for cats. Read on to learn why painkillers can be a problem for cats and what solution works better.

  • Summer Is Heartworm Season: Different Ways To Protect Your Pet

    29 July 2015

    As the summer months roll around, the potential for your pet to contract heartworms greatly increases. Humid weather conditions and high temperatures are the perfect breeding grounds for heartworms. Heartworms can also easily make their home in foods that are left outside, especially during the warm months, and many pets, being as attracted to garbage as they are, tend to consume dishes that are laden with heartworms. Luckily, there is a myriad of different ways to protect your pet from the deadly parasite known as the heartworm.

  • 3 Ways To Prepare Your Dog For Pet Boarding

    3 June 2015

    Whether you're preparing to leave town for a business conference, personal vacation, or another pressing matter, one issue always seems to find its way to the front of your mind: your dog's well-being. Instead of leaving the health and happiness of your furry friend to a trusted neighbor, you've decided to book your dog a stay at a local pet boarding center. Here's how to ensure your dog will remain comfortable even while away from familiar people and environments.