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Henri Le Frenchie Gets By With a Little Help From His...

When Frenchie Henri (pronounced “Henry”) gets in the water, he sinks straight to the bottom. No dog paddling for this little guy—he can’t float!...

Finding a Quality Pet Care Option

If you’re like me, your pets are part of your family. When you go away and can’t take them with you, you want someone...

Kids & pets: They’re Good For Each Other

Research shows that kids who have pets are healthier, more social, and compassionate. I have personally seen dogs give children confidence, motivate their work ethic,...

Could It Be Diabetes?

“My pet seems to be drinking a lot of water and has always been a good eater, but for some reason seems to be...

Can You Really Die of a Broken Heart When You Lose...

People often talk about “dying of a broken heart.” But can we really die from an emotional heartbreak, like losing a spouse or other...

Leash Free in “SD”

Dogs are curious creatures by nature. Most dogs prefer to run, play, and explore their surroundings free from the confines of a leash. If...

Seaside Fun in Long Beach

Southern California is a state known for many things, from Silicon Valley to its laid-back attitude. But probably the greatest lure of the Golden...

Vacation Planning

Planning a trip with your pet? Whether it’s a two-week vacation or an extended RV extravaganza, here are a few tips to help make...

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Periodontal Disease in Cats

One of the most common diseases to affect cats is gum disease, otherwise known as periodontal disease. It is estimated that over 80 percent...