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Summer Safety Tips for Dogs

Summer Safety Tips for Dogs

We all love the warm weather, people and pets alike. And while soaking up the sun is loads of fun, it’s not without its risks – particularly to dogs. That’s why it’s important to read up on Summer safety tips for dogs, so you can be an informed pet owner...
Finding Your Perfect Puppy

Finding Your Perfect Puppy

Temperatures are getting warmer, the snow is finally melting away, and the days are lasting longer – in the pet industry, we call this puppy season. Every spring, there is an influx in new pet ownership; it’s the perfect time to commit to house training, and...
Dog Park Etiquette

Dog Park Etiquette

With Spring arriving quickly, the days are slowly getting warmer and the sun is staying out later. This is the time of year where we begin spending more time outdoors. For many lucky dogs,  and that means longer walks! Many people frequent off-leash dog parks as an...
Dog and Cat Dental Health

Dog and Cat Dental Health

February is Pet Dental Health Month. It’s the perfect time for all us pet owners to review our pet’s dental health regimes. Pet owners love their pet’s, and have the best of intentions for them, too. But dental health is easy to overlook! That is, until there’s...
Pet Adoption: Reasons to Adopt

Pet Adoption: Reasons to Adopt

Is Pet Adoption Right For You? “Saving one dog will not change the world, but surely for that one dog, the world will change forever.” ― Karen Davison With a recent announcement from the Georgian Triangle Humane Society that their kennel is now full, I thought it...
Identifying Canine Zinc Deficiency

Identifying Canine Zinc Deficiency

Do You Suspect Zinc Deficiency in your Pooch? Does your dog have a seemingly endless struggle with health problems that never seem to improve? If the issues include patches of raised, crusty skin, dull or dried out fur, or problems with digestion, your dog may be...
Understanding Canine Influenza

Understanding Canine Influenza

Canine Influenza has come to Canada for the first time. So far, there have been seven confirmed cases of “Dog flu” in Ontario. This easily spread disease affects dogs of all breeds and ages. Canine Influenza is a highly contagious respiratory disease that originated...
Foods That Aren’t Safe For Dogs

Foods That Aren’t Safe For Dogs

There are many foods that aren’t safe for dogs, and with the holiday season comes a whole slew of tasty festive treats you wouldn’t normally have in your home. This time of year especially, we look forward to visiting and hosting with loved ones, but we must be...
Preparing Your Dog for Winter

Preparing Your Dog for Winter

Whether you like it or not, Winter is coming, and there’s no better time than now for preparing your dog for Winter. And while it’s common sense to winterize things like your home, your car, or your cottage, not every pet owner thinks about preparing their pooch...
Living With A Senior Dog

Living With A Senior Dog

As dogs grow older, they inevitably go through several life changes. And while taking a proactive approach is best, the telltale signs of becoming a senior dog often sneak up on pet owners. Recognizing these signs is the first step to helping your pooch live his best...
The Top Allergy Prone Dog Breeds

The Top Allergy Prone Dog Breeds

Did you know that many allergy prone dog breeds are also among the most popular? Today, dogs with allergies, intolerances and sensitivities are commonplace. These issues could be due to a dog’s diet or the environment they live in. Many dogs, mostly pure breds, are...