Author: Alana Orlandi

Thanksgiving Pet Safety

While the “giving” spirit may have you passing some of that turkey to your cat or dog, we assure you that it’s a bad idea. Here are some things that you can do to prevent these common dangers for pets that come with Thanksgiving dinner.

Do …


Pet Pill Popping Tips

Getting your pet to take their medicine can seem impossible. Some pets seem to be naturally talented in eating around their pills or telling when cheese may be hiding something else.  Here are a few different methods you can try to get your pet to …


Golden Oldies Pet Health

Since our pets age much more rapidly than us humans, we should keep an eye out for any changes in older pets. Dogs typically over the age of 7 and cats over the age of 10 are considered “senior pets” and need different sets of …


Kitty Cat October Safety

We want Halloween to be fun and safe for the entire family. Be sure to follow these safety tips to ensure your feline family member is safe during this spooky holiday.

Bring outdoor cats inside about a week before the 31st.  This will give them …