These days when grooming salons may still not be open due to the COVID-19 crisis, our family pets may need our help to keep them smelling sweeter and not looking so overgrown. Here are some tips to help you keep your pets trimmed and clean.
Learn how the new coronavirus disease, COVID-19, may affect you and your pets, and how you can take precautions to protect yourself, your family, and your furry friends.
To help keep your pets smiling bright, we're celebrating Pet Dental Health Month in February – making this the perfect time to get your furry friend on a proper dental regimen. Schedule an appointment this month for a pre-dental evaluation and receive a $45 credit toward any necessary dental procedure through the end of February.*
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.
It’s so important to protect your pet against fleas and ticks. These pests not only spread bacteria and disease, but can also cause lifelong problems for your pet and family. Our experts at North Shore Animal League America have provided vital information on how to watch out for fleas and ticks and how to protect your pet against them.
Summer celebrations, starting with the Fourth of July, usually involve fireworks with their unpredictable loud booms, crackles, whistles, and flashing lights. While people are enjoying the spectacles and their barbecues, their pets can be in panic mode. Here are some tips to help your pet during this difficult time.
Whether by plane, train, or automobile, family vacations are what memories are made of. But pet parents often face a dilemma when making their travel plans. What do you do with your beloved dog or cat when you’re heading out of town?
Throughout the month of April our Pet Health Centers is offering 15% off 4DX heartworm testing for your pet. Protect your best friend and schedule an appointment today!
When winter's chill strikes it's time to bundle up when you brave the outdoors and double up on the cozy blankets indoors. But what about man's best friend? We asked the experts in our Pet Health Centers a few questions on how to help keep our canine companions warm and safe this winter.
Tis the season to be jolly, with bright lights and decorations galore. But don't forget our four-legged friends when decking those halls. These helpful holiday pet safety tips will make sure everyone enjoys this festive season.