So, you’ve taken the plunge and you’ve decided to add that new puppy or kitten to your pack. You may be thinking about all the things you need like a crate, a cat tree, food, toys, etc. While these are important to your pet’s general health and foundation, the most important thing is to make sure you have an appointment/appointments to get your pet’s regimen of vaccines. This will not only help ensure a safe, happy, healthy pet, but it will also deter additional costs down the line.
The war is on! This time of year, we’re all fighting against the pests that harass our furry friends. No matter how much you spray the yard, and prepare with flea and tick treatments, you may still find a flea or two. It happens to everyone. So, we would like to help you, by giving you a few other tips and tricks to exterminate every last one.
These days, everyone is searching for creative ways to get exercise while sheltering in place. You can go outside for a run or a bike around the block, maybe do some pushups in the house, or–if you’re lucky enough to have a pool–go swimming some laps. But that’s nothing compared to your gym, your class workouts, or the equipment that you can’t access anymore.
So what’s the next best thing? Well, working out with your pets, of course! We’re going to be honest with you, it’s a lot easier to workout with your dog than it is with your cat, but we might have a little tip for those independent furbabies as well!
When Kelley Keith started searching for projects to earn her Girl Scout Silver Award, she didn’t need to look very far. Her small but trusty pal, Nacho, would be the perfect partner to help her serve the community and earn one of the highest awards that can be...
This is not news. We are one of the many businesses dealing with the effects of the Covid 19 pandemic. We have been deemed an essential service, as your pets are still going to require medical care during this time. However, we have very particular protocols that we must follow because we are a medical facility. We follow all protocols set forth by the CDC, but we also follow protocols set forth by the Georgia Veterinary Medical Association (GVMA).
We get it. Our cats are our babies, too. We want them to only have the best. So, we’ve compiled a list of the 5 products any cat owner should not be living without. From feeders to interactive toys, your cat could be living it’s best life with the mere click of a button. Also, you’ll probably find a little more sanity with the exercise and automatic systems to keep your wild child happy and healthy.
Grooming can apply to a many number of services that apply to the cleanliness and health of your pet. Whether they just need a bath and a nail trim or a full clip and teeth brushing, grooming regularly is important for your pet’s skin, hair, nails, and more. Along with the benefits to your pet’s health, this practice can also benefit behavior habits.
So you brought a new pet home for the holidays. After the endless cuddles and “oohs” and “aahs,” the honeymoon phase will end. The family will quickly realize that you need to start potty training/litter training and more. Where do you begin? Here are a few quick tips to get started training your new member of the family today.
Getting your pet implanted with a microchip is a very easy process. Just set up an appointment with your family vet, and indicate that you would like him/her to be microchipped. It only takes a few minutes, and you’ll be left with peace of mind knowing that you can find and identify your pet if something happens in the future.