Monthly Archives: December 2016

Guide to Giving Your Pet Holiday Leftovers

2016-12-27T09:00:04+00:00

As a general rule, it is best not to feed your pet those food items that are designed for human consumption.  However, the bond between pets and their humans can make it difficult for one to abstain from all sharing, especially during the holidays.  Fortunately, there are some leftovers one can safely share. Giving Your

Guide to Giving Your Pet Holiday Leftovers2016-12-27T09:00:04+00:00

Christmas Trees: Friend or Foe to Pets?

2016-12-19T09:00:42+00:00

Most pet owners understand that bringing a Christmas tree into their home means they will have to carefully monitor their pet’s behavior to prevent their pet from damaging and destroying the tree and decorations on it.  We only occasionally think about whether Christmas trees can harm our pets. Christmas Trees and Pets Depending upon a

Christmas Trees: Friend or Foe to Pets?2016-12-19T09:00:42+00:00

5 Dog Grooming Tips for Winter Weather

2016-12-12T09:00:10+00:00

Some dog owners incorrectly assume that it’s okay to avoid all pet grooming during the winter months due to cooler temperatures.  However, regular grooming is essential to your dog’s health and comfort and should continue even when temperatures drop.  Following are five tips to proper winter grooming for your dog: Protect your dog’s paws. The

5 Dog Grooming Tips for Winter Weather2016-12-12T09:00:10+00:00

Weather Changes: Why You Should Modify Your Pet’s Routine

2016-12-05T14:02:20+00:00

Consider how the cold, dry winter weather affects your health and skin, and how your clothing habits, exercise routine and skincare regimen changes as a result of these weather changes.  Just as the winter season affects humans, it also affects pets.  They too require special care in order to deal with environmental changes, and stave

Weather Changes: Why You Should Modify Your Pet’s Routine2016-12-05T14:02:20+00:00