Posts Tagged: pet health

Catch Me if You Can: How to Tell if Your Pet Suffers From Thyroid Problems

It’s always alarming when your, once-perky-and-energetic pet looks up at you with droopy, melancholic eyes, to let you know something is physically wrong. Because our furry children don’t speak, it’s important to know what the common health concerns are, how to spot them, and how to solve these issues. Below, we discuss the importance of…

Pot For Pets?

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  As of January 1, 2018 recreational marijuana become available for recreational use for persons over 21.  It would appear that the marijuana industry continues to grow and become more prevalent than ever.  A new field of discovery for marijuana: pot for pets!  Marijuana tends to be a controversial issue but don’t worry; we are…

Is Your Pet Fat?

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Each New Year brings new resolutions.  Have you made any resolutions for your pets?  The most common category for individuals is health.  That comes in various forms: weight loss, diet, exercise, and/or eating better foods.  Think about your pet here as well.  It’s a perfect time to evaluate health goals for both you and your pet. Weight…

Thanksgiving Day Tips

And just like that Thanksgiving is here!  Hopefully you have all your travel plans squared away and now it’s time to decide who sits next to Aunt Helen during dinner.  With all the food and family arrangements it’s easy to overlook our pets.  Here are some tips to keep your animals happy and give you some…

How To Get Your Pet In Shape

Have you noticed your pet has put on a couple extra pounds recently?  Or maybe they’ve always been a little chunky!  Don’t worry he or she is not the only one.  About 45% of all dogs are overweight in the U.S.; that’s approximately 35 million!  Keeping your dog fit and healthy will allow them to…

Dogs and Cats Everywhere: Are you FAT?

Feeling sluggish lately? Mom and Dad giving you too many of your oh-so-delicious treats? It’s been estimated that 58% cats in the U.S. are overweight, with dogs following closely behind at 53%! With that said, it’s about time we change that statistic and whip that belly of fur into shape! Start the new year off…