Pet Information Articles

08/17/15

Edie the Pug lives in Toronto ON with her humom Kelly and she loves meeting new friends, car rides and chasing cats. We recently talked with Edie about blogging, her support of the Ontario SPCA and her weight loss journey.

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Black and white cat
08/16/15

Hairballs are a common issue for cats and they can be very unpleasant for pet owners. However, as common as they are, hairballs are usually a sign of a disease process affecting your cat.

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Chocolate lab and emergency sticker
07/05/15

Pet parents around the world understand the importance of safety when it comes to protecting four-legged pet friends and one of the best reasons National Pet Fire Safety Day, celebrated on July 15, was created.

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Woman running with Golden Retriever
07/05/15

Being overweight is causing an epidemic of obesity in many countries, not only threatening people, it is also starting to affect our pets.

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Dog with newspaper in mouth
06/08/15

To celebrate Take Your Pet to Work Day, we asked our office pets what their favourite part of coming to work is!

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Woman running on trail with her dog
06/03/15

Running with your dog can be a great way for both of you to stay in shape, but it’s important to consider some key safety tips prior to heading out.

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Dog with apron and cookies
05/19/15

Have you ever met a cat or dog that doesn’t like peanut butter? We certainly haven’t! In honour of Peanut Butter Cookie Day, we have compiled a few homemade treat recipes for you to make for your pets.

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How to keep dogs cool in summer
05/18/15

Learn how to keep your pets happy & healthy and cool this summer with these tips!

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Dog running in river
05/18/15

This is the time of year when many people get excited about camping. That being said, there are some key safety tips that you should keep in mind when camping with your dog.

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GASTROINTESTINAL PARASITEs in dogs info
05/18/15

Worms don’t discriminate. Even the cleanest, most pampered pets are targets for these gastrointestinal parasites. That’s why it’s so important to take the necessary steps to protect your pets – and yourself.

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