Pet Cancer Awareness

Cancer is the leading cause of death in dogs. It is estimated that 1 in 4 dogs will develop cancer, which is the same chance of cancer among men. It is also predicted that half of dogs over the age of 10 will develop cancer. Dogs can develop a variety of cancers and most are very similar to those found in humans. We’re here to help navigate through the stressful and emotional times before and after a diagnosis. read more

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Safe Interactions Between Pets and Kids

The relationship between your dog and child can be the absolute best relationship your child will ever know. It can teach empathy, love, companionship, responsibility and more. Far too often, the potential for this wonderful experience is lost because parents don’t take the time to teach their child how to properly interact with their dog. Here are a few tips to consider: read more

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Fall Photo Shoot Tips

Most pictures you take of your dog are cute but wouldn’t you like to have professional-looking shots without having to hiring someone? There are a few simple ways to upgrade your images and what better time to have a photo shoot than the start of fall?! Here is a beginners guide to taking that Insta-famous shot of your fur ball. read more

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Fighting for the Fur

It’s not unusual for dogs to itch and scratch themselves throughout the day, which is exactly why an underlying skin issue can easily go unnoticed. There are many possible options and it’s hard to pinpoint what the problem could be. This article provides the most common skin issues in dogs and some possible treatment options.  read more

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