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Archive of posts published in the category: Health & Wellness
Nov
26

Common Foods to Avoid Giving Your Pets This Holiday

With the holidays upon us, so are fun times with family, friends, and our pets. Often times, we find ourselves at various lunches and dinners, and may be tempted to share our holiday treats with them. However, some common foods can be harmful, or…

Jun
7

Why is Low-Stress Handling So Important

Many pets experience stress and fear when visiting the vet or groomer. Luckily, the low-stress handling movement has been taking hold, encouraging professionals to handle pets in a safer, humane way. What is low-stress handling, how does it work, and how is it…

Jun
7

Making Canine Introductions Easy

    Introducing your dog to a new dog, cat or pet can be a daunting experience. However, canine introductions don’t have to be hard, or even scary. Here are some ways to introduce your dog to various pets. Some key factors to remember…

Feb
6

Pet CPR & First Aid (Dogs & Cats)

Learn how to support and care for your pet until veterinary treatment is available! March 4, 2017 from 10-1 IT’S YOUR DOG School for Dogs, Hamburg , NJ Details & Registration:  http://itsyourdog.dogbizpro.com/public/registration/events.aspx?event=557  

Jan
18

Three Tips For Calm Behavior At the Vet

Does your dog hate going to the vet? Many dogs do, and it is a very problematic, yet common problem for pets. The vet causes a lot of stress when your dog learns to associate it with strange handling, poking, and prodding. Dogs…

Sep
8

Tips on Getting Your Dog Happy About Nail Trims

Nail trims can be a tricky situation, especially if your dog is bothered by having their feet handled. While training your dog to get used to nail trims is easiest as a puppy, dogs of all ages can get more comfortable with nail…