As we begin a new year, there is no better time to remind ourselves of the very basics of our pet’s well being, both physical and emotional. This month we have expanded a little on how we can apply the 5 Freedoms of animal welfare to our own pets. Freedom
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We eagerly wait for the cool, crisp fall air, shorter days, longer dark night, and Halloween. With shorter days and longer nights, we need to make it easier for your dogs and cats to be noticed by people driving home from work, picking up children, or enjoying an evening out.
Cats are not small dogs. Nutrition needs are one of the most important factors to help your cat live a long healthy life. Studies indicate our feline housemates have a serious weight problem. Ten to fifteen percent of the American cats are overweight, while 40% percent of the cats
School is starting, the summer activities with your family pets are over. Now your dogs are at home by themselves without you. Your dogs maybe experiencing separation anxiety and agitation when you leave the house. Their anxiety leads to barking, howling, chewing on the door frames, destroying the furniture, escaping
The time to socialize your new puppy is now. Puppy socialization is time sensitive and critical to your puppy’s ability to adapt to different, people, places, noises, smells and sights through out his life. The best time to socialize puppies is between age 4 to 14 weeks. Puppies are