CORONAVIRUS AND PETS: FAQS FOR OWNERS
Q1) Can pets get the new coronavirus (COVID-19)? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is aware of a very small number of pets, including dogs and cats, outside the United States reported READ MORE»
Tips for Helping Pets Cope
Lets face it, back-to-school after such a long break is not going to be easy for anyone. Especially if you've been schooling your kids from home during the pandemic. And while it's been a READ MORE»
Warmer Weather Means Fleas & Ticks | some advice for your pet
FLEA AND TICK PREVENTION TICKS THRIVE IN MN! Tick season is generally between March and November, with the greatest numbers being during the early warmer Spring and Summer days April through June. There are READ MORE»
Spring Time Means Mud.
6 Tips to Clean Your Pet’s Paws.
6 Ways to Clean Your Dog’s Paws No matter the weather; rain, snow, dust, or wind, our dogs need walks. In winter, this might mean the risk of irritation from salted sidewalks, so cleaning READ MORE»
5 Great Pet Indoor Activities
Keep your furry Valentines entertained! Like many of us, our dogs and cats are adjusting to us being at home much more and they are learning new routines - especially in freezing cold February. Our READ MORE»
Smile! Your pet’s dental care is vital to their health.
People are told that once yearly dental cleanings and check-ups are extremely important for proper dental care in humans. What we aren’t always told is how important these same cleanings are for our pets. READ MORE»
Why it’s important to walk your dog often
There are so many more benefits to walks than simply exercise! We know our furry friends love to run around the yard to expel energy and get in some exercise, but there are many READ MORE»