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  • 5 Walking Tips for You and Your Dog
    January is National Walk Your Pet Month and it's also a time where most humans are making resolutions to exercise more. So, we can also say that this national holiday Read more
  • 5 New Year's Resolutions Learned From Your Pet
    2020 has been the most unprecedented and not normal year by far, so it's time we change up the way we make our resolutions and think more like our pets! Read more
  • Holiday Gift Guide for Pets
    It's time for our annual holiday gift guide and this year we have your pets on our mind! So, what do you get for the cat or dog who has Read more
  • 5 Reasons to be Thankful for Pets
    November is the month of gratitude and reminds us all to think about what we are thankful for. 2020 has been one of the hardest years to date, so it's Read more
  • What You Need to Know About Pet Cancer?
    November is Pet Cancer Awareness Month! Not just a two-legged problem, cancer is all too common in cats and dogs. It's the #1 disease-related killer of our pets. 1 in Read more
  • Myths About Black Cats - Debunked!
    It's Black Cat Season and unfortunately these beautiful beings have a bad reputation...just for their color! Over the years and across many cultures several myths have developed about black cats. Read more
  • Tips to Communicate with Your Cat
    Global Cat Day is coming up on October 16th, so what better time then now to learn to speak cat! We all know that communicating with cats can be tricky, Read more
  • Walking Dangers You Need to Know About
    Fall is here and there is a little bit of crispness in the air. Yes, it's still over 100 degrees out, but you can feel that the fall weather is Read more
  • Common Signs of Pain in Dogs & Cats
    September is Animal Pain Awareness Month, which is a reminder to pet owners that our animals suffer from pain just like we do. Pain commonly causes changes in an animal’s Read more
  • Understanding a Dog's Emotions
    If it's true that a human wears their heart on their sleeve, then a dog most certainly wears it on their fur. It is still surprising that, we as humans, Read more
  • 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
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