Reunited And It Feels So Good: Three Things To Do Once You Have Recovered Your Furry Friend

After spending days or even weeks looking for your beloved pet, your pet is finally home. Now that your family is complete again, take a few moments to make sure your furry loved one stays safely at home. 1. Invest in Pet Tracking Technology You have a few options to help you keep track of your pet when it gets lost.A microchip is a source of permanent identification. When the chip is scanned, the scanner is able to view your contact information. [Read More]

How To Identify And Deal With Burrowing Animal Infestations

When you are a first-time homeowner, you may not be fully aware of all of the possible pest infestations that your home could face at any given time. While most people are aware of problems like ants, mice, and cockroaches, issues with burrowing animals in and around your home may not be so familiar. Get to know more about how to identify and deal with problems with burrowing animal infestations so that you can be sure you are doing the best you can to protect your home against this type of pest. [Read More]

3 Common Veterinarian Procedures

Taking your beloved pet, such as your dog or cat, to a veterinarian should be, at the very least, a yearly phenomenon. By visiting the vet's office on a regular basis, you can ensure that your pet will enjoy a long lasting and healthy life. However, like most situations in life, it's best not to go into the situation "blind" so to speak. Throughout the course of this brief article, you'll learn about several common procedures your vet will perform on your pet during their annual checkup. [Read More]

3 Foods Your Dog Should Never Eat

Does your furry friend love to eat your leftover table scraps? Most dogs will happily eat just about anything you put in front of them. However, that doesn't mean you should indulge their endless appetite. A dog's body and digestive system is much different than a human's. Just because certain types of food may be okay for you to eat, it doesn't mean that they're okay for you dog. In fact, many foods that we regularly eat can cause serious damage to a dog. [Read More]