Reasons why you need a cat sitter

Published on September 19, 2020 by in Blog

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Most people think cats are self sufficient, right? To an extent, they can be, but that does not mean they do not get lonely while you are gone. It also doesn’t mean that they will be safe and not get into trouble while you are away. That is where we come in! We are your […]

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Why do you need a dog walker?

Published on September 18, 2020 by in Blog

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Times sure are crazy right now, right? Our lives are not like they used to be prior to COVID-19. Some of you may be home schooling, some may be working from home while some of you may be back in the office full time! What does that mean for your dog? Did you know your […]

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Holiday Dangers to Pets

Published on December 31, 2015 by in Blog

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The festive times are here again, and in the midst of the activities we must make a conscious effort to pay close attention to our pets. There are some potential dangers amidst our celebrations that we should look out for with respect to our furry friends. DANGEROUS FOODS This is perhaps one of the easiest […]

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Arthritis and your senior dog

Published on December 7, 2015 by in Blog

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What is Arthritis? Arthritis is a medical term used to describe an inflammation of the joints and it is an issue that affects many dogs. Normally, the bone surfaces in a dog’s joint are covered with a thin layer of cartilage that is lubricated with joint fluid which functions to prevent excessive friction when the […]

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Pet friendly cleaning habits

Published on November 30, 2015 by in Blog

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Adapting Pet Friendly Cleaning Habits Choosing pet friendly cleaning products is obviously important for the health and well-being of your pets. This becomes especially true if your pets are young, old, or ill as they have somewhat weaker immune systems. When choosing a cleaning product it is important that you choose products that are both […]

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Senior citizens and pets

Published on November 23, 2015 by in Blog

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Elderly people are at risk of being lonely, and can suffer from social isolation. It is more difficult for them to get around to meet up with people, they may be unemployed, often have restricted finances, health considerations, and many friends begin to pass away. This can be quite difficult for the elderly. Is there […]

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Fetch and other games for any dog

Published on November 16, 2015 by in Blog

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Fetch and other Games for any Dog Exercising your dog and building his (and your) brain power is a lot easier than you think and SO much fun.  These easy to follow games are sure to be a crowd pleaser and a fantastic way to build or strengthen the bond between you and dog. Fetch– […]

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Worms in dogs

Published on November 9, 2015 by in Blog

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Those of us who own dogs would do anything to keep them safe, happy, and healthy. They are an integral and often vital part of our families and our everyday life. Our dogs entertain us, keep us active, and provide us with endless amounts of laughter, joy, and love. They greet us with unbridled joy […]

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Bottle feeding kittens

Published on November 2, 2015 by in Blog

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How to Bottle Feed A Kitten   In most cases, a newborn kitten will feed from his mother. However, if the kitten in your care has been orphaned, or for some reason the kitten’s mother cannot produce enough milk to feed him or her, it will be your responsibility to feed the kitten. Here, we […]

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Ear Infections in dogs

Published on October 28, 2015 by in Blog

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Does your dog get frequent ear infections? Well, that means your dog is part of a not so elite group of suffering doggie souls.  In fact, veterinarians say that ear infections just happen to be one of the most common conditions that they see and treat each year.  Are you surprised? Even more shocking, there […]

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