4th of July Pet Safety Tips

Did you know that more pets go missing on July 4th than any other holiday? Fireworks, BBQ’s and other 4th of July traditions can be great fun for people; but all of the festivities can be frightening and even dangerous for animals. Fireworks are very scary for pets and they will often try to escape […]

Easter Pet Safety Tips

Easter is joyous time for family gathering and celebration.  All of the Easter goodies can pose a risk to your pet’s health.  More pet poisonings are reported during Easter than other times of the year.  With Easter right around the corner we recommend that you take these pet safety tips to help keep your pets […]

10 New Years Resolutions for Pet Owners

The New Year is the perfect time for setting goals and starting fresh. For pet owners out there, shouldn’t we be including our furry family members among our top priorities for the New Year? Having pets has been shown to improve both our physical and mental health, so it is only fair to return the […]

Holiday Pet Safety Tips

  The holiday season is upon us, and as you gear up for festivities it is important to remember to keep these tips in mind to make sure your furry family members stay safe. Be Careful with Seasonal Plants and Decorations – Avoid having any mistletoe, holly, poinsettias, or lilies near your pets. These plants […]

Thanksgiving Pet Safety Tips

Don’t Let Your Pet Feast on Thanksgiving – It’s tempting to want to treat your pet on Thanksgiving, however human food can make your pet sick. Fatty or spicy food, as well as bones, should not be fed to your furry family members. Turkey can cause pancreatitis which is a very serious disease in dogs. […]

Halloween Pet Safety Tips

Halloween is a fun time for children and families but it can be very scary for pets! Follow these tips to keep your furry family members safe and healthy this Halloween. Trick-or-treat candy is not for pets All forms of chocolate are dangerous for dogs and cats. Baking chocolate and dark chocolate are even more […]