Heat Exhaustion in Pets

Summertime in Texas is fun but unforgiving, particularly due to the high temperatures and humidity. High temperatures can put you and your furbaby at risk for heat exhaustion. Other heat related illnesses include heat stroke, dehydration, sunburn, and foot pad burns. However, with a little knowledge and preparation, you can help prevent heat exhaustion in […]

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Furbaby Shower – Celebrating Your New Family Member

You’ve made the important decision to welcome a new family member into your life – this is cause for a celebration! A puppy or kitten shower is the perfect way to welcome your new family member and introduce them to your friends. Unlike a baby shower, the guest of honor actually gets to join in […]

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Games You Can Play While Walking Your Dog

There isn’t much that is more exciting to your pup than the word “walk” (except maybe the word “treat”).  Walks are an excellent source of exercise and stimulation for your dog. They get to explore the world beyond their home and yard and spend time with their favorite person – you! Walks can also be […]

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Easter Safety Tips for Pets

Though Easter celebrations may look and feel a little differently this year, it is just around the corner. It’s a time of welcoming spring, feasting, family, and friends. Our pets are apart of the family, and it’s up to us to ensure their safety in all gatherings and celebrations. A little planning and preparation ensures […]

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Tips for a Pet-Friendly Yard

Spring is here! With the weather finally warming up and the flowers in full bloom, your backyard quickly becomes a private oasis. Though it’s a perfect place to relax, play, and entertain, there are certain dangers for our furbabies. It’s our job as pet parents to ensure our furbabies have a safe and comfortable place […]

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Keeping Pets Safe Around Wildlife

Spring is almost here! As the weather gets warmer, many of us will spend more time outdoors, and that includes our pets. Local wildlife can pose threats to our furbabies any time of year, even more so when the weather is nice. However with a little preparation and awareness, the outdoors can be safe for […]

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Signs of Gum Disease in Pets

Unfortunately, gum disease is most often silent, with no initial signs or symptoms. Once in advanced stages it can devastate your pet’s mouth and body causing chronic pain, eroded gums, missing teeth, and bone loss. Fortunately, it can be prevented. Like humans, gum disease in pets is caused by the build-up of bacteria. Almost immediately […]

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5 DIY Gifts for Pets and Pet Lovers

‘Tis the season for gifting, giving, and showing our loved ones how much we care, whether they have two or four legs. If you’re looking for the perfect gift for the pet or pet lover in your life, we’ve got you covered this holiday season. DIY Dog Toys Nothing beats unwrapping a new toy, even […]

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Myths and Facts About Black Cats and Dogs

This time of year can be difficult for black cats and dogs. From Halloween decorations, the media, and even children’s books we’re hounded with images that are meant to instill fear in us when we see them. Unfortunately, the fear that surrounds these animals lies almost entirely in mythical folklore and superstition, which influences our […]

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Pumpkin Treats for Cats and Dogs

It’s fall, y’all, and autumn is all about pumpkin-flavored everything! Luckily, cats and dogs can enjoy this festive super-food as well. Pumpkin aids in digestion, provides hydration, can help prevent parasites, and keeps their coat shiny and healthy, among other things. Show your furbaby how much you love them by spoiling them with some homemade […]

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