Pet Information Articles

Woman and dog
01/17/14

If you’re still thinking about getting a pet or helping a friend decide, there are lots of things you’ll want to think through first to be sure you’re ready. We’ve outlined some of the major considerations below.

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Family mourning loss of a pet
01/16/14

It’s a sad fact that the lifespan of our pets is much shorter than our own, which means that every pet owner will eventually experience the death of a beloved companion

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Dog chiropractic care
01/15/14

Chiropractic care for your dog is a growing specialty field. To get the 411 on doggy chiropractic care, we asked chiropractor Dr. Mark Fleet a few common questions.

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How to trim your pet's nails
01/13/14

For most cats or dogs, having someone work on their nails is something to be tolerated, not celebrated. Even still, it’s an important part of your pet’s regular care.

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Healthy Pet Routines
01/10/14

Get your cat and dog in on your new routine! It makes it more fun for you, can help both of you stay healthy and gives you a little “buddy” to keep you motivated!

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dogs in winter
01/10/14

Winter can be a fun time for you and your pets. After all, who doesn’t love building snowmen and having snow ball fights? It’s important to keep in mind that although winter is fun for many, there are dangers associated with the season as well.

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walking your dog in the winter
01/08/14

Staying motivated to get out and walk during the cold winter months can be hard. Follow these tips to help make your winter walks more enjoyable.

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Adopt a pet
01/04/14

There are tens of thousands of cats and dogs available for adoption from shelters and animal rescue organizations across Canada.

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Best Videos 2013
12/27/13

We've combed the web for some of this year’s best pet videos and made a list of our favourites, so get comfy with your best furry friend and get ready for some fun!

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plants poisonous to dogs
12/16/13

Although many believe poinsettias to be very toxic to pets, the risks associated with them are limited. The sap from the stems and leaves of the plant can irritate your pet’s mouth, causing excessive salivation and possibly vomiting.

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