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  • 5 Tips to Prevent Heat Stroke in Dogs
    Heat Stroke is very real, especially here in Arizona, when the summer months just seem to be getting hotter. The good news is that there are several things you can Read more
  • How Powerful Is a Dog's Nose?
    What do dog noses have that humans don't? They possess up to 300 million olfactory receptors in their noses, compared to about six million in us. And the part of Read more
  • Signs That Your Cat is Lonely
    As a cat parent, your cat’s well being is the number one priority.  Would you be able to tell if your cat was lonely?Cats aren’t pack animals like dogs, but Read more
  • Common Plants That Are Toxic to Cats
    It's National Adopt a Cat Month, so if you are adopting or already have a furry feline at home, you want to make sure they are safe. Whether you're a Read more
  • 5 Ways to Show Your Pets How Much You Appreciate Them
    Pet Appreciation Week (June 7-13) is a time to show your pet just how much you appreciate them. You buy someone a present on a birthday, or take your spouse Read more
  • National Heartworm Awareness Month
    April is National Heartworm Awareness Month which makes it the perfect time to share vital information about the parasite and ways pet owners can help prevent it. Keep reading as Read more
  • What Happens if a Scorpion Stings My Dog?
    Scorpion season in Arizona is a little different each year depending on the weather. Once the weather hits 88 degrees DURING THE DAY we will see movement among the scorpions. Read more
  • Celebrating Your Cat on National Pet Week
    National Pet Week is coming to an end this weekend and while most of us spoil our pets all year long, this is a time to do something extra for Read more
  • Gifts for the Dog Mom in Your Life
    It doesn't matter if you have 2-legged or 4-legged children, there will always be a time to celebrate the mom in your life! National Dog Mom Day is coming up Read more
  • Why Does My Pet Need an I.D. Tag?
    According to the American Humane Society, approximately 10 million pets go missing and many of them enter animal shelters or are picked up by rescue groups. Due to microchips and Read more
  • Creative Ways to Bond with Your Pet
    While we are increasingly isolated from one another during this pandemic, we can take comfort in the companionship of our pets — and even have some fun while we’re at Read more
  • Why Do Cats Sleep So Much?
    If sleeping was an Olympic sport, your cat would probably bring home the gold medal. World Sleep Day is coming up on March 13, which got us thinking about how Read more
  • Presidential Pets: Dogs vs. Cats vs. Other
    With President's Day happening on February 17th, it got us thinking about presidential pets. Were there more cat lovers or dog lovers in the Oval Office? How many presidents had Read more
  • Super Bowl Party Safety Tips for Pets
    Are you ready for some football? You might be, but is your pet? As we all prepare for the big game, the food, or to just watch the commercials, one Read more
  • What To Bring on a Walk?
    When walking your dog, do you ever think about what items you might need while out? January is National Walk Your Pet Month, so we thought to share some important Read more
  • New Year's Resolutions For You and Your Pet
    As we approach a new year (and a new decade), we start to think about a fresh start. Along with the beginning of a year, also comes resolutions. Get your Read more
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