Monthly Archives: July 2016

5 Tips to Help Overweight Pets Get to a Healthy Weight

2016-07-26T14:32:43+00:00

Pet owners may gush over their “adorably tubby” pet, but overweight pets are at an increased risk for developing arthritis, diabetes, kidney and heart disease, high blood pressure and many forms of cancer.  According to recent veterinary surveys, more than half of our nation’s dogs and cats--almost eighty million pets--are overweight.  So while we may

5 Tips to Help Overweight Pets Get to a Healthy Weight2016-07-26T14:32:43+00:00

7 Fire Safety & Prevention Tips for Pets

2016-07-18T15:01:39+00:00

While most pet owners recognize the potential harm that a home fire can cause their pet, few pet owners consider that their pet can actually cause a devastating home fire to occur.  According to the National Fire Protection Association, roughly half a million pets are affected by home fires every year, and nearly one thousand

7 Fire Safety & Prevention Tips for Pets2016-07-18T15:01:39+00:00

Pet Checkups: How Often Should You See a Vet

2016-07-11T18:09:50+00:00

More than an opportunity to have your pet checked for injury or illness, regular checkups can save you lots of time, money and worry in the long run, as your vet can often spot potential problems before they become major issues.  They can also advise you on important diet and exercise points as your pet

Pet Checkups: How Often Should You See a Vet2016-07-11T18:09:50+00:00

Signs and Symptoms of Heart Murmurs in Dogs

2016-07-04T20:04:04+00:00

Just as is the case with humans, taking certain preventative actions can help to protect and improve your dog’s health.  This does not mean that you need to be concerned about every little thing that could happen, but rather be aware of some of the more dangerous conditions that can adversely affect your dog’s health,

Signs and Symptoms of Heart Murmurs in Dogs2016-07-04T20:04:04+00:00