Pet Insurance: Do You Need It?

Just like humans, dogs and cats can get sick and need regular health checkups. Sometimes these visits can be very expensive. Some pet parents have turned to pet insurance to help with the medical costs of owning a pet. Here’s the lowdown on pet insurance to help you decide whether or not you want to invest in it! What is […]

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Writer Feature: Adopt! Don’t Shop

Editor’s Note: Please join us in welcoming our newest intern, Alexandra Gaffey! Abraham Lincoln once said, “no matter how much cats fight, there always seems to be plenty of kittens.” While this statement remains true to this day, most of said kittens will end up in shelters as do precious puppies and other furry friends alike. According to ASPCA, approximately 6.5 million companions will […]

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Five Pet-Related April Holidays

As pet owners, we are always looking for ways to celebrate our pets and raise awareness for pet concerns. The month of April has several ways we can do that, from promoting pet health, to adopting a new pet, and everything in between. 1. National Adopt a Greyhound Month This promotes adoptions for former racing Greyhounds. Racing Greyhounds spend their […]

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6 Ways to Prevent Your Dog from Getting Kidney Stones

Everyone is susceptible to kidney stones, including our beloved canines. We all know how painful kidney stones and urinary tract infections are in humans, and can only imagine a similar pain dogs experience and how much vet bills cost. Understanding Kidney Stones Firstly, it is important to understand what kidney stones are, how they grow, the different types, as well […]

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