New Pet? Pet-Proof Your Home

Article by Anne L. Fritz | Found on EverydayHealth.com

A new pet is more than an adorable bundle of fur; it’s also a big responsibility. That pesky puppy or curious kitten can find lots of ways to get into trouble, and — contrary to popular opinion — pets don’t always intuitively know what can . . . → Read More: New Pet? Pet-Proof Your Home

How to Bring Your Dog to Work

By Nicole Pajer | Article Featured on Cesars Way

More companies are starting to allow employees to take their dogs to work with them. Having your dog in your workplace has been shown to boost morale, increase productivity, and keep workers motivated. In addition, it provides employees with a reason to step away from . . . → Read More: How to Bring Your Dog to Work

Introducing Your New Cat to Your Dog

Article featured on Paws

It’s important to have realistic expectations when introducing a new pet to a resident pet. Some cats are more social than other cats. For example, an eight-year-old cat that has never been around other animals may never learn to share her territory (and her people) with other pets in the household. . . . → Read More: Introducing Your New Cat to Your Dog

Is There a Best Time to Get a Puppy?

Article by Mariana Peeva | Featured on Daily Treat

When is the best time to get a puppy? You’ll want to consider:

The season Your schedule Your puppy’s temperament

Most dog owners and dog sitters agree that spring or summer are the optimal seasons for obtaining your four-legged friend. Warmer months are ideal times . . . → Read More: Is There a Best Time to Get a Puppy?

What Your Dog Really Wants

Dogs are problem-solving team players who need more than cookies and affection to prosper. Follow these eight steps to make sure your dog is happy, secure, and fulfilled.

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Cats, Cat Poop, and Toxoplasmosis

Article by Dr. Lorie Huston | Featured on PetMD

Toxoplasmosis is a disease that frequently attracts media attention because it can infect people. In fact, the disease can be quite serious for pregnant women and potentially for immunosuppressed individuals as well. We know that cats can shed the organisms that cause toxoplasmosis in their . . . → Read More: Cats, Cat Poop, and Toxoplasmosis

Why Rabies Vaccinations Are Still So Important

by Dr. Jessica Vogelsang | Featured on PetMD

From the relatively safe vantage point of the United States, it’s easy to sit back and argue about things like the necessity of vaccines or pass judgment on the way other countries handle stray animal population control. But I wonder how many of the people who . . . → Read More: Why Rabies Vaccinations Are Still So Important

Proper Etiquette at the Dog Park

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Minding Your Dog’s Manners

Spending an afternoon at the dog park is great for providing your dog with exercise while allowing her to socialize with other animals. While the experience can and should be fun, it can also be a challenge if Daisy’s bad manners are allowed to go unchecked. . . . → Read More: Proper Etiquette at the Dog Park

8 Creative Ways to Save Money on Pet Care

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Save on Pet Care

We all want to do what’s best for our pets, but sometimes caring for them can be downright expensive. Here are a few tips to help you save money and hopefully keep your pet healthy for many years to come.

1. Brush Teeth Daily If don’t . . . → Read More: 8 Creative Ways to Save Money on Pet Care