3 Ways To Keep Your Cat Safe During The Holiday Season

Posted on: 28 August 2018
Now that autumn is right on the heels of late summer, many people's thoughts are starting to turn to the holiday season. You may be mulling over menus for seasonal feasts and wracking your brain to come up with the perfect gifts for everyone on your gift list. But what about your kitty? The holiday season can be hard on household pets, and cats in particular may be adversely affected because most of them simply aren't as social as their canine counterparts.
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Why Regular Groomings Are a Necessity for Your Long-Haired Cat

Posted on: 25 March 2018
Long-haired cats are beautiful and luxurious-looking, but they require some extra maintenance work in comparison to short-haired cats. If your long-haired cat isn't currently being groomed on a regular basis either by you or by a professional, this needs to change right away. Going without grooming can potentially hurt your cat or even put its life at risk. Read on to discover why your cat needs to start getting groomed right now.
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Checking Your Dog Into A Kennel For The Holidays? 4 Steps To Make Sure They Have A Safe And Enjoyable Stay

Posted on: 13 November 2017
If you're going to be traveling during the holidays, now's the time to start making plans for your canine family members, especially if they won't be traveling with you. The last thing you want to do is forget to make arrangements for the care of your dogs while you're away from home. If you've never left your dog in a kennel before, you might not be aware of all the steps that are involved in getting things ready.
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Three Tips To Keep Your Pet Calm At The Grooming Salon

Posted on: 27 February 2017
Going to the groomer can be a difficult time for many dogs, especially if this is their first-ever grooming session or if they are going to a new groomer for the first time. However, you don't have to put your dog on "Puppy Prozac" to get them through their grooming appointment. The following tips take a little time and effort, but are well worth doing to make sure your dog has a calming, relaxing time at the groomer.
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