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    Help Your Pet Adjust to the End of Stay-at-Home Orders

    To slow the spread of the pandemic, much of the world has been encouraged or required to stay home for the majority of their time. For weeks on end, individuals and families have been working and doing school from their homes—and pets have grown accustomed to this.

    Jackson the Meagle and His Special Heart

    Jackson is also known as "Monkey”. When he was just a puppy this little Meagle was like a spider monkey. He would literally jump into his mom’s arms and start climbing all over her. Licking and giving a very excited, "let's play," look. When he wasn’t going 110% he could be found cuddling under a blanket to enjoy a nap and a belly rub. Then something happened and from one day to the next his super dog energy was gone. Clearly something was very wrong and heartbreaking in more ways than one!

    How to Treat 4 Types of Burns on Your Dog

    Some dogs are known for getting into everything around the home, much to our frustration. Unfortunately, this can lead to accidents that put your pup’s health at risk. One type of accident that many dog owners aren’t prepared for is burns.

    Daisy the Greyhound Finds Life Again After Kidney Disease

    Rescue pups often have the world stacked up against them. That is until their forever family finds them and changes everything. When Daisy the greyhound was finally taken in, her new home gave her a new lease on life, and quite literally saved it a few years later.

    This is How You Keep Your Dog Safe During a Seizure

    Most pet owners don’t realize that dogs are susceptible to seizures just like humans are…until it happens. Then, panic might set in, preventing the pet owner from taking steps to ensure their pup is safe. You don’t want this to happen to you!

    Do You Have an Emergency Plan for Your Pet?

    Emergencies can strike when you least expect them. Whether you’re faced with a natural disaster, a sudden illness or even death, it’s important to be prepared. But if you have pets, you’ll need to do an additional level of planning to ensure their health and safety.

    Finding Relief for Kiya the Pug's Unexpected Cushing's Disease

    Kiya is not your ordinary pug. In all her 11 years she has lived life on her own terms, and just when you think you have her figured out, she will keep you guessing. When some unexpected side effects of medication for a completely unrelated diagnosis lead to Cushing’s Disease, her situation went from rough to worse. Fortunately, her parents took the advice of a friend  on an herbal remedy and made life just a little smoother. Sometimes it’s not easy being an unpredictable pug!

    5 Ways to Safely Celebrate Your Pet's Birthday

    Our pets are extensions of our families. So, when it’s their birthday, it’s only natural to want to celebrate! Although dogs and cats probably don’t understand what a birthday is, they’re sure to enjoy being showered with extra love and attention.

    May is Pet Cancer Awareness Month


    There are few things sadder for our pets than a diagnosis of cancer. Our pets are susceptible to many of the same forms of cancer as we are as humans, and 12 million cats and dogs are diagnosed with a form of cancer every year. Unfortunately, many of these diagnoses come as a complete surprise to pet owners who didn’t know about the dangers and signs of canine or feline cancer.

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