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  Are you prepared to help your pet when it comes to a natural disaster? Whether you think it’s likely or not, it’s still possible that a tornado, flood, or even a fire could happen and make you evacuate your own home. That’s why it’s important to prepare an emergency kit, not only for you and your kids, but also for your pets. Not sure what to put in your kit? Here are ten things that are a must for your pet’s emergency kit. Pet Food This is probably one...

Zoonotic is a term not many of us know, but it’s a word you are going to want to know as it could save you from developing a very nasty illness! Especially if you’re a pet owner. Zoonotic disease is an infection, or a disease, that is spread from an animal to people. There are hundreds of zoonotic diseases out there that are known to several different animal species and we usually catch them through products we like to eat, such as; milk, eggs and meat. Although it is rare,...

  Whether you prefer a classical, opinionated veterinary clinician or a more holistic approach to veterinary care, most people have one simple goal when going to the vet: A long, healthy life with their furry friends. Two different veterinarians agree on four things pet owners need to do in order to achieve the ultimate goal of a long life with their pets.  While Dr. Elizabeth Murphy and Dr. Madeline Yamate have different approaches to veterinary practice, both find common ground rooted in canine health. Author of How to Age-Proof Your...

  Happy National Puppy Day! This day is a special day to celebrate the unconditional love that puppies bring to our lives. It’s also a day to help more puppies get adopted and educate people on why they should adopt one. So, here are five reasons why you should adopt a puppy: Dogs Can Reduce Stress and Anxiety Interacting with or petting a dog can raise levels of the stress-reducing hormone oxytocin, while lowering production of the stress hormone cortisol. Your physical health can benefit greatly with reducing stress, but...

  Congratulations on your new pet! Undoubtedly, your household is excited about the new addition to your family, including your child. Adopting a rescue pet presents an opportunity to teach your child responsibility while giving you the satisfaction of knowing you made a compassionate choice. To make this experience the best it possibly can be, it helps to understand and shape the roles and expectations both you and your child will have regarding your new pet. Teaching Children Responsibility Having a pet means responsibility, making it a great lesson for...

  Animals have an amazing effect on humans. As a testament to their effect on humans, domesticated dogs have been around for over 10,000 years. Animals have provided companionship and many other intangible benefits such as offering therapeutic support for over 150 years. Companionship is key, whether it is a dog, a cat, or even a snake. Therapy Dogs and Autism While you may associate service dogs with other health conditions, evidence is emerging that they may have also have other benefits, particularly for children with autism. A study by...

Treating Your Dog’s Allergies: 3 Common Allergies and What to Do You love your pooch and you hate to see him scratching, stuffy and downright unhappy because of allergies.  Just like in people, allergies in dogs can due to many different reasons, from food ingredients to environmental surroundings. So what do you do? Identify potential allergy causes and work with your veterinarian to develop a plan to eliminate each one. There are three common causes of your dog’s allergies, including skin conditions, your pet’s living environment and food supply. Allergies...

The rescue stories of dogs stand as a testament to the loyalty and sense of duty dogs possess. Whether they were the ones being rescued or doing the rescuing, these tales provide evidence of canine undying love and devotion. Whether finding a lost kitten or catching an enemy spy, these dogs are true heroes of their own lives and ours. A Boy and His Dog Sometimes, rescue stories don’t get a lot of hype or publicity but that doesn’t make the stories or players any less special. Take the story...