If you have ever had a cat, then you have most likely witnessed the somewhat disturbing event of “hacking up a hairball”.
Many common household items present a potential risk to your furry friend’s health and well-being so it’s important to learn how to safely organize your home in order to make it a pet-safe environment.
First and most importantly: do not leave your pets behind in the event of an evacuation! Pets that are left behind can escape or become trapped and injured. Remember, if it isn’t safe for humans, it isn’t safe for pets!
Often times, as a pet owner, it’s hard to know whether your pet’s condition is a true medical emergency or not.
Keeping a first aid kit for your pet is just as important as having one for yourself. It can help you in the event of an emergency where you need to quickly get to their rescue…
Natural Disasters can come at any time and can come in many forms. In the lower mainland we need to be aware of the potential for earthquakes…
Marijuana is a popular recreational drug used by millions of people all over the world. Its use is likely to rise due to the changes being made in legislation and that may lead to an increase in cases of intoxication of pets by this drug.
The holiday season brings merry festivities to our homes and often brings new people, plants, foods, and decorations which warm our hearts (and our bellies!) but can also pose threats to our canine and feline family members.
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, no doubt you’re already starting to prepare a feast for your family friends.
To celebrate the upcoming spooky holiday, here are some tips to keep your pet safe this Halloween.
Going to the vet can be a traumatizing experience for many cats but there are ways to lessen anxiety.
What do you do with your pets when you go on vacation?
While we may think of them as our children, dogs and cats are not little people and they have their own unique metabolisms. Some of the things we can eat, they cannot and certain foods can be very dangerous, even lethal to our pets.