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Keeping Up With Your Cat’s Behavioral Needs

May 4th, 2017 | Posted by admin in Uncategorized - (Comments Off on Keeping Up With Your Cat’s Behavioral Needs)

Ever cat-lover knows that felines are emotional creatures. Almost anything has the potential to disrupt your cat’s mood, and an upset kitty is more likely to have health issues, not to mention more likely to act out (and we definitely don’t want that). Meeting a cat’s behavioral needs is the key to keeping him or … Read more

What Your Litter Box Might Be Telling You

March 31st, 2017 | Posted by admin in Uncategorized - (Comments Off on What Your Litter Box Might Be Telling You)

A very common and sad issue among cat parents is a cat that frequently urinates outside of its litter box. The smell, the frustration, and the mess can really drive a wedge between a family and their beloved pet. There are many reasons a cat might behave this way, from medical issues to factors in … Read more

Emergency Disaster Planning for Pets!

March 1st, 2017 | Posted by admin in Uncategorized - (Comments Off on Emergency Disaster Planning for Pets!)

You have a disaster plan for your human family (hopefully), so why not for your furry family too? Disasters can happen at any time, so being prepared for them now is important. To start, make sure you follow these precautions: Keep collars and tags up-to-date with the correct contact information and other information Get a … Read more

The Most Important Pet Healthcare Topics Pet Owners Should Know About

January 31st, 2017 | Posted by admin in Advice | Cats | Dogs - (Comments Off on The Most Important Pet Healthcare Topics Pet Owners Should Know About)

Obesity in Pets is Easily Preventable Pet obesity can be prevented through calorie restriction and exercise. In the U.S., 52% of cats and dogs are obese or overweight. Obesity can cause various problems with pets, including arthritis, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, and more. Pets who do not suffer from obesity are drastically less likely to develop … Read more

Steps to a longer life for your pet.

January 3rd, 2017 | Posted by admin in Cats | Dogs - (Comments Off on Steps to a longer life for your pet.)

We all want our pets to live long, happy, and healthy lives. There are certain things we, as pet owners, can do to help ensure this goal of a longer life for our pets. First, we can help our pets by maintaining proper feeding and exercise schedules. Just like with humans, pets need regular exercise … Read more

Food Safety

December 20th, 2016 | Posted by admin in Cats | Dogs - (Comments Off on Food Safety)

Everyone knows you shouldn’t give dogs chocolate, but what other foods can harm them? What about our feline friends? There are several foods that shouldn’t be consumed by pets in order to keep them happy and healthy. We all want to show our pets affection, and some choose to do so by giving their pets … Read more

Obesity and Diabetes In Pets

November 22nd, 2016 | Posted by admin in Cats | Dogs - (Comments Off on Obesity and Diabetes In Pets)

It’s no secret that diabetes and obesity are two serious issues among people in the U.S., but it may come as a surprise to hear that the same can be said about our furry friends. Two recent surveys showed that diabetes and obesity are on the rise for our dogs and cats as well. Survey … Read more

February is Pet Dental Health Month

February 8th, 2015 | Posted by Andes Straley Team in Advice | Cats | Dogs - (Comments Off on February is Pet Dental Health Month)
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A very important aspect of our pets’ health that is often overlooked is dental health.  Often, the first attention many pet owners pay to their pets’ mouths is when they notice foul-smelling breath or when the pet shows evidence of difficulty chewing or swallowing.  Most dental trouble begins long before either of these become obvious, … Read more

Common Problems with Dog’s Teeth

February 4th, 2015 | Posted by Andes Straley Team in Dogs - (Comments Off on Common Problems with Dog’s Teeth)
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A very important part of your pet’s health is their dental health, which is why February is Pet Dental Health Month. Statistics show that almost 85 percent of canines over the age of four have some form of gum disease. Some other frequent issues are crooked, cracked or loose teeth. Part of the issue is … Read more

Holiday Hazards for Pets

December 8th, 2014 | Posted by Andes Straley Team in Advice | Cats | Dogs | New Pet - (Comments Off on Holiday Hazards for Pets)

Here are some safety tips for you and your furry friends! Foods to Avoid: – Chocolate – Turkey and ham fat trimmings – Grapes and Raisins – Candy (especially breath mints and gum) Holiday Decorations: – Tinsel (Cats are very attracted to the movement and glitter. Tinsel can cause intestinal obstruction) – Lights (Animals may … Read more