Your pet's health needs sometimes extend beyond basic examinations and blood screening. For the month of March our Pet Health Center is 10% off special diagnostic lab work testing.
Valentine’s Day is the most romantic day of the year – we treat our loved ones to extra affection, beautiful flowers and…of course…candy. But what about our pets? While a new Valentine chew toy or some extra belly rubs would not be out of the question, we must be aware of the hazards that our Valentine gifts can present to our four-legged friends.
February is Pet Dental Health Month and to help keep your pets smiling bright, our Pet Health Center is offering 50% Off Dental Exams - PLUS - 10% Off Any Dental Procedure*.
Our experts reveal why it’s so important that all pet lovers include dental hygiene in their animals’ health and wellness routine.
When winter’s cold weather descends and temperatures begin to plummet, there are some special precautions to keep in mind when it comes to protecting your pet.
For many of us, Halloween can be a ghostly good time. Candy, costumes and frights in the night can be a lot of fun. Unfortunately, our pets don't necessarily agree. For them it can be a stressful night that causes anxiety. North Shore Animal League America would like to offer Read More
Obesity is a disease that has killed millions of pets prematurely in the United States - and it’s only getting worse.
Cat and dog nutrition is an important aspect of pet ownerships. After all, who can resist giving a french fry when sad puppy dog eyes are pleading? However, their digestive systems sometimes can be a bit more sensitive to fatty foods than ours. There are also a few foods that are toxic to animals, and Read More
The official start to the summer is upon us and this “fun in the sun” season also happens to bring with it some hazards – especially for our pets. To make sure your pet’s summer season is as fun and safe as possible, North Shore Animal League America would like to share these important Read More
As the thermometer drops, many people head indoors, giving up on regular exercise routines. Cold weather often means running shoes get hung up, bicycles go to the back of the garage and the garden tools are placed in the shed. How can people stay motivated to exercise during those cold, winter months? Finding a Read More