Dental Home Care in 3 Easy Steps

 We all know that dental home care is important for our pets, but brushing their teeth on a daily basis can seem like such a cumbersome task that we just can’t find the time for but that’s not the case.  Taking care of your pets teeth is quite simple all you need is some gauze, a toothbrush, pet friendly toothpaste and 5 minutes.  Here are three easy steps to make dental home care seem like a less daunting task, and some tips and tricks to help you complete them:   STEP 1  – Massage gum line with gauze square First
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Road Trip with your cat

Most dogs seem to love the car. We always think of dogs with their heads hanging out the window, ears flapping in the wind, just happy and carefree. This does not seem to be the case with our feline friends.  I have taken many trips across Canada with my two kitties in tow. Recently having finished a 26-hour road trip with my two domestic short-haired friends. I wanted to share some tips with you; to make your travels with your feline companions as stress-free as can be.   Proper Carrier/Enclosure An absolute necessity for traveling is an enclosure that is safe, and
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Senior Pets and Changes to Watch For

Aging and becoming a senior is a part of life. It is inevitable. Sometimes we and our pets are in our golden years, sometimes aging reveals the loss of the quality and functions we appreciated when we were younger. Age is easy to state by date of birth but aging is very hard to understand because of all the influences that factor into the effects: genetics and breed size, sex (if intact), trauma, environment, nutrition, disease of organs related to degeneration, immunological or neoplastic causes, and behaviour. When is my pet considered senior? cats: 10 yrs of age small dogs: 10 years
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