Archive - January 2015

Protect Your Pets From Parasites

Get rid of fleas and ticks

Did you know?


  • Dogs often get parasites at some point in their life?
  • Did you know parasites can exist on your dog’s skin or internally?
  • Some parasites can infect and transmit diseases to humans.
  • Do you know how you can help protect your dog?

It isn’t uncommon for a dog to become infected with internal or external parasites at some point in its lifetime. Parasites can affect your dog in many ways, ranging from simple irritation to causing life-threatening conditions if left untreated.  Parasites not only affect your dog, but also the safety of you and your family. Some parasites such as fleas, ticks and internal worms can infect and transmit diseases to people.

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Walk Your Pet

Walks are a great way to bond with your pet and show them the outside world. Just like us, dogs are curious and need mental stimulation. Imagine if you only ever saw the four walls of your home, how boring would that be! Dogs enjoy being outside and taking them on a walk is the best way to help them get some exercise. So how to do it?

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Happy National Train Your Dog Month!

Happy National Train Your Dog Month! This is a time to celebrate our dog’s intelligence, as well as spend more time with them practicing new tricks. If you have only one New Year’s resolution with your pet, let it be this: teach them as much as you can! While you have work and friends, your dog only has you. You are his whole life. And the more you stimulate their brain by teaching them things, the easier it becomes for them to learn. Your dog is very smart, and you can make him smarter!

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