What is Cushing’s disease?

What is Cushing’s disease? Cushing’s disease, also known as hyperadrenocorticism is a condition that develops as a result of the overproduction or excessive amounts of cortisol in the body. It is one of the most common endocrine disorders in dogs. This is a slow, gradual disease that commonly affects middle aged to older dogs. While Cushing’s disease can also…

Fun Cat Facts You Probably Didn’t Know

You may love your cat for its quirky personality, the love and affection it shows you (when it chooses, of course!), its adorable antics or a host of other reasons. Whether you are a long time cat lover or just enjoy their priceless antics on video, here are a few fun cat facts! Random notes…

We Love Our Dogs!

The United States has more dogs than any other country in the world.  We have days, weeks and months dedicated to our loveable canine companions. January is Train Your Dog Month February has Walking the Dog Day In March you’ll find K-9 Veterans Day and National Puppy Day April is National Adopt a Greyhound Month…

2018 ECO Excellence Awards

We’ve Been Chosen as Finalists for the 2018 ECO Excellence Awards and We Need Your Help to WIN! Three of our top products have been selected as finalists for the 2018 Eco Excellence Awards and we need our customers to vote for them. Public voting will commence on Monday August 13th and will close on…

6 Reasons to Adopt a Pet

Every year 3-4 million pets enter shelters, mostly through no fault of their own.  Most pets enter shelters due to mainly human problems – moving, divorce, finances, a lack of time, the death of an owner.  Looking to a shelter for your next pet has many advantages. You are saving a life. Not only are…

Tips and Tricks for Training Your New Puppy

The day you bring home a new puppy is a day filled with excitement, hopes and dreams.  Prior to making the decision to welcome a new member to the family you probably visualized what your life would be like with your new companion – a welcome greeting when you come in the door, long walks…

8 Tips for a Safe Summer for your Pet

Summer is my favorite season.  The daylight hours are longer, weather is warm and sunny, people are happier, social and community events abound, even the office seems more relaxed.  As you are out and about enjoying all the season has to offer, make sure your BFF is enjoying the season in a safe way. Never,…

Celebrate Pets

From pre-Christian times to modern, the month of May has been a month of celebrations.  Some of the best known are May Day, Cinco de Mayo, Mother’s Day, Armed Forces Day and Memorial Day.  The month of May is also National Pet Month with many days honoring our beloved pets, service animals, and wild life….

Supporting Cognitive Function in Pets

Having a pet enriches our lives physically, mentally and emotionally. But, one of the hardest parts of living with pets is watching them age and the challenges that come with that. One of the greatest challenges of pets aging is cognitive decline.

Harmful vs Healthy Foods For Pets

As a pet owner, providing the best nutrition for your dog, cat, or other animal is one of the most important things you can do.

Before giving any food to your pet you should have a solid foundation on your pet’s dietary needs and which foods are safe and more importantly, unsafe, for your pet to eat.

7 Superb Reasons to Adopt a Senior Pet

Shelters everywhere have many senior pets up for adoption, yet many are left unclaimed. Here are our top 7 reasons why senior pets rock & should be taken home!