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A Cause For Fashion!

I'm so excited to be announcing our collaboration with local fashion store Seeds of Sarah, as we unite both our great love - fashion and pets. Enjoy discounts as you shop and spread awareness on responsible pet ownership as well as animal rights! 

Why You Should Not Buy Pets

Have you ever wondered what happens to that puppy in the pet shop if it does not get sold to a new home? Or where your cute little puppy came from?

Is Your Dog Allergic?

Allergic responses to foods or environmental allergens may cause inflammation throughout your pet’s body, and the skin, eyes, ears, and gastrointestinal systems can be affected. The primary goal in managing allergies is to balance your dog's immune system. Reducing stress on the immune system allows it to rest and regain its balance. Here's a great natural way to do so...

How Haze Affects Our Pets

The haze is back. Like your monthly bills, this haze visits every year without fail, an unnecessary evil that plagues us all.

Caring for Corneal Ulcers in Dogs and Cats

The first time you encounter a corneal ulcer in your pet, it can be quite a puzzling, worrisome experience. One day, your normally placid pooch begins to unexplainably paw at one eye, rub their head into the sofa or begin to shake their head to one side. Your pet may begin to tear excessively, or show sensitivity to light and you may notice that the eye is red and inflamed or seems to be covered in a light film; if the ulcers are smaller in diameter, you may see small, cloudy ‘pin pricks’ on the cornea.

How To Remove A Tick

Ticks are an incessant problem when it comes to our pets, especially for dogs who need to go on daily walks, and can pick up fleas or flea eggs from the grass or ground they walk on. Cats are not spared from this problem either, as ticks are the infamous bloodsuckers for animals, and can spread diseases. Ticks actually wait in grassy areas or areas near water, for a host (in this case, dog or cat) to walk by, and then it attaches itself to the animal body by letting go of the vegetation and crawling onto the body. They are external parasites that live off the blood of mammals and even reptiles and amphibians. If you are a new pet owner and have never seen a tick before, do not be alarmed if you do see some insect crawling on your pet. They are ugly creatures that look like this: