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COVID-19: 3 Facts for Pet Owners

COVID-19: 3 Facts for Pet Owners

As the COVID-19 pandemic takes over the news, social media, and your everyday life, you naturally are worried about how to keep your pet safe. The following three facts will help you and your pet stay safe and healthy during these troubling times, so read on for more...

Our 5 Tips for Preparing for a Pet Sitter

Our 5 Tips for Preparing for a Pet Sitter

Are you thinking of a spring getaway? Perhaps your furry companion won't be a travelling companion this time. Here are five tips on how to prepare for a pet sitter to ensure a safe and comfortable time. #1: Ensure your pet's ID tags and microchip info are up-to-dateIf...

Preventing Parasites This Spring

Preventing Parasites This Spring

As winter fades into spring, we can start looking forward to the temperatures warming up. We won't be the only ones anticipating sunnier days, though. External parasites such as fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes will be making their spring surge. Don't let these pests...

How to Read Your Cat’s Body Language

How to Read Your Cat’s Body Language

If you know what physical clues to look for, you can start to decipher what your cat is communicating through her body language. Here's our quick guide to help you decode the signs your feline friend is showing you. Signs of an alert, happy catA happy cat seeking...

Feeding Your Feline the Correct Diet

Feeding Your Feline the Correct Diet

Cats are obligate carnivores, meaning they must eat meat to survive. While throwing a raw steak to your cat every night for dinner isn't what we mean, meat products must make up the majority of her diet, whether dry kibble, canned food, or a combination of the above....

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