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Everything You Need to Know About Your Pet's Health

How Much Exercise Do Pets Need?

Pet Care Tips 4 min read

Just like we humans benefit from exercise, our pets do too! All pets need exercise to preserve physical and mental health and use up pent-up energy. Pet parents often ask themselves, “how much exercise do pets need?” While it is a valid question, it is also important to keep in mind that different life stages,...

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Is Licorice Safe For Pets?

Herbs For Pets 3 min read

No, we’re not talking about the sweet treat. We’re talking about the herb. Glycryrrhiza glabra to be exact. Licorice is considered to be one of the most useful herbal medicines for humans, but does it have the same benefits for pets? If it does, is licorice safe for pets? Not to worry, we’re here to...

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Orange shorthair cat laying on a beige couch next two a urine spot

Inappropriate Urination in Cats

Vet Talks 4 min read

Is your cat peeing outside of the litter box? Before you get upset, it’s important to understand why your cat may be urinating in places they shouldn’t. Unfortunately, many pet parents jump to the conclusion that their cat is misbehaving or is not well trained instead of looking into the underlying cause. In fact, inappropriate...

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Blind Adventurer, George, And His Battle With Seizures

George The Blind Adventurer And His Battle With Canine Epilepsy

Inspiring Pet Tails 4 min read

Our pets are our loved ones – our family. They wrap us around their little paws and show us so much love and joy. And that is why it is so hard to see them struggling if they have canine epilepsy. When George got into a car accident last fall, he ended up with brain...

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Long-haired cat eating out of a shallow, green ceramic dish on the floor. Diet for cats with hyperthyroidism.

Diet For Cats With Hyperthyroidism

Pet Diet & Nutrition 2 min read

Hyperthyroidism is the most common endocrine disease in cats and can appear in any cat. It is caused by an excess of circulating thyroid hormones that result in a high metabolic state, which causes changes in many different body organs of your kitty. Finding the right diet for cats with hyperthyroidism can be helpful for...

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Inspiring Pet Tails

How To Help Cats With FCoV – Kay’s Story

Inspiring Pet Tails 2 min read

Let’s be real, our pets are basically like our children. Hence, the cute nicknames, “furbabies” and “furkiddos”. We do all that we possibly can to make sure they stay as healthy and as comfortable as possible, but sometimes there are a few hiccups along the road. When furparent, Kay’s kitties were suddenly diagnosed with Feline...

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Maria has turned over 25 feral cats into rescue cats over the years. We're so delighted to share her incredible story!

Feral No More – Maria’s Rescue Tail

Inspiring Pet Tails 3 min read

Sweet, lovable, and unique. Our feline friends have always had a way of pulling on our heartstrings. Our friend Maria definitely agrees with us! Maria has devoted her life to taking care of cats in need and we know all her rescue cats love and appreciate her so much. Keep reading to learn about her...

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Moose and Multicentric Lymphoma in Dogs

Moose and Multicentric Lymphoma in Dogs

Inspiring Pet Tails 3 min read

When Wessen, aka Moose, was diagnosed with multicentric lymphoma, the vet said he only had 4 months left to live, even with chemo. More than 15 months later, against all odds, Moose thrives and lives his life to the fullest with his loving furparents and a playful kitty-sister. Talk about a second chance at life!...

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Tinker Belle and Periwinkle, two dogs laying outside in the grass

Tinker Belle & Periwinkle Find A Natural Solution For Ear Infections

Inspiring Pet Tails 3 min read

Ear infections are a common issue that affects so many dogs! Part of why they are so common is because of the shape of their ear canals and another is that dogs are so prone to getting into things! Going for a swim, rolling around in the dirt, sniffing through a field full of pollen,...

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Pet Care Tips

How To Fly With Pets

Pet Care Tips 5 min read

Now that travel is starting to open up again, you may be planning or daydreaming about taking a trip. Whether you’re traveling by car or jet-setting to some far-off destination, it’s important to plan ahead to account for your pets. It takes preparation to find the right pet sitter or to make all of the...

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Cat being examined by a veterinarian on an examination table.

How To Keep Your Pet Calm During A Vet Visit

Pet Care Tips 6 min read

Vet visits can be overwhelming for both dogs and cats. When they work in clinics, veterinarians see it all. To help you with your next vet visit, here are my tips on how you can keep your pet calm during a vet visit. Why Do Pets Get Stressed At The Vet? Kitties are naturally attached...

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How to Become a More Eco-Friendly Pet Parent

How To Be an Eco-Friendly Pet Parent

Pet Care Tips 6 min read

For some pet parents, the goal of becoming more eco-friendly is for the bigger picture, whether it is to ease climate change, reduce gas emissions, or lessen global warming. And for some, it is to protect your furmily and loved ones from toxic pollution. No matter where you belong, don’t forget to ask yourself these...

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Have you ever wondered what your pets do while you're away? Keep reading to find out more!

What Do Pets Do While We’re Away?

Pet Care Tips 2 min read

Imagine this: you’ve packed your belongings for the day, you’re putting on your shoes and you’re headed out for the day. You say your goodbyes to your furry friend and lock the door behind you. You’ve left them alone but, have you ever thought about what they do while you’re gone? We did too! Keep...

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Vet Talks

6 Ways to Support Your Pet with Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)

Vet Talks 4 min read

Heart failure or congestive heart failure may develop when the heart begins to deteriorate and can no longer pump blood effectively in the body. It’s essential to understand both the causes of heart failure and its early signs and symptoms so you can seek veterinary care as soon as possible and support your little one...

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Black cat and a rusty-colored spaniel laying on a light green couch

Canine Leukemia And Feline Leukemia

Vet Talks 5 min read

Unfortunately, leukemia is not an exclusive condition for humans. It can also happen in dogs and cats and they must be treated as serious conditions as well. What some pet parents may not realize is that canine leukemia and feline leukemia are two separate conditions that have more differences beyond affecting different species. What Is...

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Golden retriever dog smiling with his teeth showing

How To Prevent Plaque And Tartar On Your Pet’s Teeth

Vet Talks 3 min read

Humans have the habit to brush their teeth every day but when it comes to our pets, this task can be complicated. Poor hygiene is a big problem as it can cause plaque and tartar that is dangerous for our pets. Unfortunately, it can affect more than 80% of dogs and cats over 3 years...

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Pet cockatiel sitting on top of a cage in a home.

Liver Issues In Birds

Vet Talks 2 min read

The liver is one of the most important organs in the body. It is responsible for many metabolic functions, such as digesting food and filtering the blood, among others. Unfortunately, liver issues in birds are very common as our little feathered friends are very prone to both acute and chronic liver disease. That is why...

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