Pet dental cleaning | Dental care is an essential part of your pet’s overall health and is just as important as their annual exams.
Pets Dental Care Pets Dental Care is very important for your pet's health. If your pet is older than 3 years, you should consider a dental Care checkup and cleaning, most pets suffer from dental diseases that will lead to bad breath, and pain and increase the chances of infections. Pet’s oral infections if ignored [...]
Summer is here and that means there are some important things you need think about it when it comes to your pet. Its hard for pets to handle the heat and the sun because they don’t sweat like people do. A dog's normal temperature is between 100° and 103°F, cats ranges from 100.4º to 102.5ºF. [...]
Every Year Employees Across The Country Bring Their Dogs To Work, The Friday After Father’s Day. “It’s National Take Your Dog to Work Day”!! Timeline For “Take Your Dog to Work Day”: Take Your Dog to Work Day “TYDTWDay” was first celebrated in 1999. 2020 marks the 22nd annual event. There is also increasing participation [...]
How to Prepare Your Pet for Spring? How to Prepare Your Pet for Spring - Tips 1. Check your yard. As the weather warms up and the rain stops, your pet will be eager to finally get out of the house and spend more time outdoors. But the winter weather may have taken a toll [...]
Let’s Celebrate This Month – It's a National Pet Dental Health Month! Pet Dental Health Month Any pet owner know the importance of a regular grooming and exercise routine for their pet, but proper dental care is often overlooked. With February being National Pet Dental Health Month, there is no better time to develop a [...]
What can dogs eat and what can’t? As we all know most human foods are not good for dogs, in-fact some of our food could be toxic for pets no matter how much they beg for it you should not share food with your pet. Some of human food can be used as treats, but [...]
We offer a 20% OFF Growth Removal through out the month of July 2021. Tumor prevention is usually not possible since most types of cancers occur due to a pet’s genetic makeup. Dogs get a lot of tumors, both neutral or bad. As a dog owner, you can help by being vigilant for lumps and [...]