Fourth of July celebrations are just around the corner, which usually means fireworks! Although this is normally a fun-filled holiday for people, many pets suffer from anxiety due to the loud cracks and booms heard during these festivities. Since this is a predictable event, there’s...

If you've ever considered providing foster care for an animal, you may be surprised at the number of benefits that come with it. Not only is it a rewarding undertaking for oneself, but also shelter animals and their staff, and of course, the future owners...

Does your dog seem to chew on everything they can get their paws on? While this is perfectly normal behavior for your dog to engage in, damaged property and destroyed toys due to overactive chewing can cause stress to the owner and may be an...

Annual veterinary exams are a MUST, but learning what the “typical” signs of health and behaviors are for your pet could assist with preventative care, and help you save money on veterinary costs long term by catching issues early on. Take time once a week to...

Animals that go outside or that are kept outside for long durations of time can be exposed to extreme temperatures and weather events. As a pet owner, it is imperative that you are mindful of the heat and cold-related extremes, that you take preventative measures...

This list is comprised of commonly found foods, plants, and chemicals in homes, yards, and parks. We recommend doing an image search for each of the plants, so you have an idea of what to look for and what to avoid. If your pet consumes...