Lyme disease prevention month

This article for the month of may focuses on Lyme Disease prevention month. As such, we will go over what Lyme Disease is, the effects it can have on your dog and how to prevent it from occurring. Where does Lyme Disease Come From? Lyme disease comes from ticks. Usually, these ticks can be found

Active Dog Month

This month’s article focuses on April’s theme of Active Dog Month. This article focuses on keys, tips, and advice for maintaining an active lifestyle for your dog! One of the most fundamentally important things for your dog is taking them out for daily walks. The benefit of the spring weather is that it is perfect

March means the beginning of spring, as such here are 5 quick spring pet health tips for your dog to keep in mind:   Some plants and flowers that are blooming may be toxic for your dog so be cautious at the plants they try to consume. Spring is prime time for seasonal allergies to

Foods Dogs eat

This month’s article is to bring awareness and highlights some of the most dangerous foods in the world for dogs and what they can cause to your pup. Alcohol Coma Death Intoxication   Avocado Vomiting Diarrhea   Raisins Currants Kidney Failure   Cooked Bones Stomach Lacerations   Walnuts Macadamias Nervous system and muscle damage  

National Train Your Dog Month

The month of January is also known as ‘National Train your Dog Month’. As such – we wanted to share some tips and explain the importance (as well as benefits) of a well-trained dog. Here are 5 tips to get you started.   1) Training should be a part of you and your dog’s daily

dog food - kimmel vs raw

Our article this month focuses on Kibble vs Raw Dog Food. We will be discussing the difference between the two, the positives and negatives of both, what to look out for and more. Kibble vs Raw – What is the difference?  Let’s start with Kibble – Kibble is ground-up ingredients formed into pellets. These are

For this month’s article, we wanted to focus on an odd incident that occurred with our office dog – a limp tail, which occurred after a fun weekend of cottage swimming. After a quick visit to the vet, we learned that it was a condition known as Limber tail. Limber tail, also known as Acute Caudal

Bonding with your pet

This week, we will be covering an essential topic that all pet owners must know, and is a topic that is frequently asked. We’ll be highlighting five ways to build a bond with your friendly companion! So without further ado, let’s dive right into it! 1) Spend time with your pet This one may sound

This is one of the most asked questions in our stores. Finding a food your dog loves to eat can sometimes be very hard. All I can suggest is that you experiment. There are lot of very high quality palatable foods out there. Try different protein sources like Duck, Fish or Venison. One of the

External parasites like fleas, ticks, and mosquitos can make your pets life miserable and can carry disease. My preference is to use flea drops from companies like Zodiac and Infestop. They work quickly and keep on working for up to a month. Just make sure you get the drops right down to the skin when