Monthly Archives December 2016

Be Prepared for Any CATaclysmic event

In November, a large barn in Big Rock, Illinois caught on fire and the house nearby had a lot of pets inside. Due to the diligent work of the firefighters, and the family alerting them that there were pets in the house, all of them were rescued. This type of emergency situation should make all pet owners think, do you have a disaster plan in place?
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Paws Off – Pet Safety for the Holidays

While the holidays are a time for people to enjoy and indulge in great food, we need to keep our pet’s safety in mind when we do. There are certain foods that are safe for us to eat, but if our furry family members ingest any, it can be toxic. Here are some tips to keep everyone safe during the holidays!
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Fuzzy Gifts Come with Responsibility

While most people have seen some type of commercial around the holidays depicting a family receiving a pet as a gift, there are some things to consider before doing it. Even though you may have a grand surprise planned, a dog or a cat is not just a gift, but a lifelong commitment.
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Santa Paws – top gifts for pets

Per the American Pet Products Association, pet owners are expected to spend $60 billion on their pets this year. Since 2010, spending on our furry family members has increased by about 35 percent. According to Consumer Affairs, owners will spend on average about $62 on presents for their pets for the holidays. So now that the holiday season is almost upon us, here are some fun gift ideas for your pet!
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