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Top New Year’s resolutions for a healthier, happier pet

Top New Year’s resolutions for a healthier, happier pet

Millions of Americans vow to improve their health as part of their New Year’s resolutions. When you ponder how to get healthy, don’t forget about the furry family member cuddled…

Pet food safety: Are you unknowingly putting your cat or dog at risk?

Pet food safety: Are you unknowingly putting your cat or dog at risk?

You’re probably careful to make sure the food your family eats is stored and cooked correctly, but what about the food you feed to your pets? With pet food recalls…

Make your new house feel like home to your family pets

Make your new house feel like home to your family pets

Moving into a new home is exciting — for the humans in the family. It can be less comfortable for pets who need time to adjust to a new environment,…

Tips for grooming your furry friends

Tips for grooming your furry friends

Veterinarians get asked a lot of questions by pet parents, including whether they should groom their pooch or kitty. Dr. Laura Wiles with the Bramton Vet Council encourages people to…

Got chickens? Tips for keeping your flock healthy and laying through winter

Got chickens? Tips for keeping your flock healthy and laying through winter

When winter approaches, you probably take steps to prepare your home — insulating water pipes, sealing windows and doors, or covering and storing outdoor furniture. If you’ve also been following…

Not all birds migrate – how to attract resident birds to your backyard during cold weather

Not all birds migrate – how to attract resident birds to your backyard during cold weather

While beach-goers, sunbathers and other nature lovers may need to put their hobbies on hold when fall and winter arrive, bird watchers can continue to observe their feathered favorites from…

Tips to help pets age gracefully, and stay happy and healthy

Tips to help pets age gracefully, and stay happy and healthy

Nearly half of all American pet parents have a furry companion who’s 7 years of age or older, according to a survey of pet owners by market research firm Packaged…

Moving with a pet? Tips to make the transition easier for four-legged family members

Moving with a pet? Tips to make the transition easier for four-legged family members

Utilities switched, moving truck reserved, new domicile secured, boxes packed – as you work through your moving checklist, are you forgetting something? Have you taken steps to make the move…

Tips on how to help keep your dog healthy

Tips on how to help keep your dog healthy

As a pet owner, you want the best for your dog. Determining what constitutes “the best,” however, can be difficult, especially when it comes to pet food. A simple search…

4 ways to get your children to work with you instead of against you

4 ways to get your children to work with you instead of against you

Every parent has been there – one of those days when you feel like your child’s only goal is to directly defy you. When your child won’t brush her teeth,…