Posts from March, 2015
Most pet owners have had the frightening experience of a pet poisoning. While certain symptoms resolve on their own, many can cause irreversible damage – or worse. In an effort to raise pet poison awareness nationwide, the entire month of March is dedicated to the cause. And, due to it’s prevalence, National Pet Poison Prevention Week, March 15-21, is focused on sharing the top ways to prevent a pet poisoning. Continue…
Your pet may not delight in nail trimming, but he or she unknowingly benefits from timely toenail trims. From torn nails to easing the aches of arthritis, trimming nails goes way beyond aesthetics, or even the acoustic assault of your pet’s nails on your tile floor.
You may resist keeping your pet’s nails trimmed due to your pet’s resistance, or maybe you doubt your own capabilities to give it a go at home. Let’s uncover the health advantages that this basic grooming need provides your pet, and offer some helpful tips for ensuring successful nail trims for your pet. Continue…
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