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 wildlife. How…
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.
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.
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!
If your cat or dogs winter coat seems to be dull or dry during the winter season, follow these tips to help support it looking and feeling shiny all yearlong!
Caring for your senior dog or senior cat may require some extra TLC, but the time gained with them is always worth it!
As a pet parent, you always want the best for your pet. Like humans, pets can contract illness such as cold and flu. If your pet tends to fall ill frequently, you may consider extending your love and care into supporting their immune system!
While candy, decorations, & cat & dog costumes are fun, Halloween can be dangerous for pets. Follow these pet care tips to keep your pets safe & the fun alive!
by Jenny Smiechowski If you’ve been lucky enough to have your dog or cat live to a ripe old age, then you’ve probably also cleaned up your share of “accidents” around the house. Urinary accidents are common in pets —especially as they get older (1). So you may find yourself coming home to mysterious wet…
A pet cancer diagnosis can feel devastating, however, there are many natural ways to support your pet to encourage health and well being.
by Jenny Smiechowski – Anxiety is one of the most common mental health issues people face. But it doesn’t only affect people. It affects pets too. Thunderstorms, fireworks, a visit from a stranger—any one of these triggers can send your pet spiraling into a full-blown anxiety attack. Of course, some pets are more prone to…
Learn the difference between holistic veterinary care and traditional, and what to expect from your visit.