10 Tips To Help Your Senior Cat

10 Tips To Help Your Senior Cat

Pet owners know how great it is to have the company of a four-footed cute creature. However, it becomes extremely difficult for you to see them age and suffer from health issues and problems. Senior cats do not express pain the way people do. They suffer everything in silence and need help from their human owners. Without any

Can You Keep a Clean Home With Pets? Yes!

Can You Keep a Clean Home With Pets? Yes!

Keeping your home completely clean can be difficult on its own. Not to say whether you own a pet or perhaps two that are continuously messing with your house’s cleanliness. Lots of scattered fur on the furnishings, dirty paw prints on the mats and unpleasant scent all around the home are the main components of having a pet

5 Ways Pets Will Improve Your Mental Health

5 Ways Pets Will Improve Your Mental Health

We often hear about the physical health benefits of having a pet but as important is how pets improve mental health. There is a lot of press lately on techniques to help with our mental health including: meditation, mindfulness, yoga, and keeping a positive attitude. These are all great tools that we can use to help alleviate anxiety and stress.

Top 10 Reasons to Adopt a Cat

Top 10 Reasons to Adopt a Cat

While we encourage everyone to consider adopting either a dog or a cat (or both), today we will focus on our top 10 reasons to adopt a cat. Cats make wonderful pets and are a fantastic addition to any family. It’s true that every cat is unique, however, there are many similarities that we’ll focus on in this

The Ultimate Dog Grooming Guide

The Ultimate Dog Grooming Guide

We all love having a clean, healthy, and nice smelling dog, but getting him that way can break the bank. Just because you don’t have the means to take your pup to a professional groomer doesn’t mean that you are a bad owner. After all, you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to figure out how to properly

Pet Obesity – Still on the Rise in 2017

Pet Obesity – Still on the Rise in 2017

The numbers are in for 2017 and, unfortunately, the pet obesity epidemic remains on the rise. The 2017 U.S. pet obesity survey, conducted by the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, has concluded that 56% of all dogs and 60% of all cats are overweight or obese (in 2016, these percentages were 54% and 59% respectively). These numbers are

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