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5 Things to Consider When Starting a Pet Blog

23rd February 2021


Can You Commit to a Pet Blog? If you have a pet that’s inspired you to start a blog, it’s probably safe to say you’re a committed person. That said if you don’t have time and energy to throw into your pet blog it won’t gain any traction. If you just like putting your pet

5 Things to Consider When Starting a Pet Blog2021-02-23T00:50:33+00:00

Cat Toys and Accessories Master Guide

22nd July 2020


Pet stores used to be quaint little shops with dog and cat toys fighting for space, stacks of cat litter piled up, some cages and perhaps a fish tank. As time has moved on, pet stores have moved online and the number of toys, accessories and clothing items available to keep animals happy and healthy

Cat Toys and Accessories Master Guide2020-07-22T19:26:26+00:00

How To Choose The Best Vancouver Veterinarian

11th December 2019


Deciding on the best veterinarian in Vancouver for your pet is one of the most important decisions that a pet owner has to make. There are a lot of different considerations, and at the end of the day, your decision will, of course, have a big impact on the care and happiness of your pet.

How To Choose The Best Vancouver Veterinarian2020-01-10T20:47:33+00:00

Should You Declaw Your Cat

2nd November 2017


Declawing cats is an emotional issue and often debated topic.  There is a constant disagreement between pet owners, animal rights activists, and veterinarian groups about what is best for your pet cat. Some people feel it’s unnatural to remove a cat’s claws, and it’s done for the owner’s benefit rather than the cats’. When the

Should You Declaw Your Cat2017-11-02T22:09:27+00:00

What To Do If You Have An “Emotional Support Animal”

10th October 2017


Service animals help people cross streets, take transit and figure out daily tasks that a lot of us take for granted. Service animals have to go through a very comprehensive training program in order to be fully certified. However, especially in Canada, there isn’t much thought given to “emotional support animals.” (ESA). There is no

What To Do If You Have An “Emotional Support Animal”2018-01-30T20:01:01+00:00

What You Should Know About Cancer In Your Pets

25th September 2017


Cancer is a tragedy for both pet and owner. Unfortunately, it has become the leading cause of death in dogs over the age of 10. Like humans, dogs are living longer due to advanced medical procedures and our knowledge of medicine. In fact, fifty percent of dogs will develop cancer at some point in their

What You Should Know About Cancer In Your Pets2017-09-25T01:12:38+00:00

Pet Gift Ideas For Mother’s Day

12th May 2017


Mother’s Day is almost here and if you haven’t thought about what to get her, maybe consider something for her pet. After all, let’s face it, the last thing your mother needs is more flowers, perfume, and chocolates. Here are some ideas if you’re stuck. Pet Portraits This is a timeless gift that will be

Pet Gift Ideas For Mother’s Day2017-05-18T18:27:34+00:00

How To Understand the Mood of Your Cat

17th February 2017


Cat’s aren’t as easy to read as dogs. They can seem aloof, standoffish and complicated, and many owners struggle to communicate with their cats, even after they’ve been living together for many years. But if you know how to read their signals then it can be easy to interpret. This is how to decipher your

How To Understand the Mood of Your Cat2017-05-18T18:09:49+00:00

How To Introduce Your Pet To Your Child

3rd February 2017


Our pets are more in tune with us than you might realize. They understand when you’re happy or when you’re sad. They also understand when big changes happen, like a move or a pregnancy. But just because they pick up on the vibes, doesn’t mean they full comprehend what the changes mean. When you add

How To Introduce Your Pet To Your Child2017-02-03T01:44:48+00:00

Why You Should Clean Your Pets’ Teeth Regularly

27th January 2017


Can you smell your pet’s breath from across the room? This could be the beginning sign of dental problems. Preventative veterinary dental care can save your pet pain and you money in the long run. February is Pet Dental Health Month and is designed to raise awareness that pets need to brush their teeth regularly,

Why You Should Clean Your Pets’ Teeth Regularly2017-02-03T02:06:07+00:00

What To Do With Your Pet During Winter

17th December 2016


As the temperature drops outside, it’s very important to keep your pets safe. Recently a lost tabby cat was rescued when a conductor for CN Rail found the stowaway under the engine deck on his train in Alberta. It was almost -40 C outside and one of the train’s engines was frozen solid. When the

What To Do With Your Pet During Winter2017-05-18T18:11:11+00:00