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6 Ways to Keep Your Senior Cat Comfortable

6 Ways to Keep Your Senior Cat Comfortable

September 15, 2016

Is your feline friend entering her senior years? Senior kitties are just as cute as kittens in their own way. As Fluffy ages, she may become more cuddly, and she’ll somehow manage to sleep even more than usual. Of course, proper veterinary care and a good diet will still be crucial to your cat’s health in her golden years. There are also some things you can do at home to keep Fluffy happy, comfy, and … Read More »

Dog Walking Safety Tips

March 15, 2016

Does your dog start bouncing up and down or wagging his tail when he hears the word walk? Many of our canine buddies get very excited at the prospect of a walk. After all, those daily walks may very well be Fido’s favorite thing … aside from belly rubs, treats, car rides, naps, games of fetch, dinner, and toys. Taking your pooch out for his strolls can become a bit routine, so it can be … Read More »

Signs of Illness in Hamsters

September 15, 2015

Do you have a pet hamster? These little guys are super cute, but they are also very delicate. A crucial part of being a responsible hamster owner is keeping an eye on your tiny furball for any signs of sickness. Hamsters can’t tell us when feel sick, so it’s up to you to monitor Hammie’s health. Below, a local San Jose, CA vet lists some common signs of illness in hamsters. Change In Appetite Whenever … Read More »

Your Begging Dog

January 01, 2015

It’s probably safe to say that Man’s Best Friend mastered the soulful stare that he uses on us at dinnertime quite some time ago, perhaps in the earliest days of our longstanding friendship. Dogs have really mastered the art of begging. Those big sad eyes, that pathetic ‘Feed-me-I’m-starving’ expression, and that tiny heartbreaking whimper all work wonders on us. Many of us regularly give in and fork over tidbits from our plates as soon as … Read More »

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