The Heimlich Maneuver on Pets

Some dogs—especially puppies—will chew on nearly anything. Pet owners may find their curious one chewing on shoes, furniture, and even clothing. Although it can be hard to stop young pups and playful kittens from chewing on objects other than toys, it is still possible for pets to choke on their toys, other objects, and even food. Thus, learning how to perform the Heimlich maneuver on a choking pet is very important for a safe, happy home.

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Some Fun Ideas for a Healthier Pet

Some Fun Ideas for a Healthier Pet

Happy New Year! We hope you're feeling refreshed and ready to take on 2016! Resolutions are a fun way to start the year off, whether they are a list of things to accomplish, or just fun ideas to make this the best year yet. We often think of resolutions for ourselves, but how about some that involve your pets?

Make exercise with your pet a daily part of your routine

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Listen with your senses to tell if your pet is in pain

A while back, I had what seemed like a minor foot injury. After four months of it still hurting, I finally went to the doctor. She did x-rays and found that it was actually broken and healing nicely! I had no idea it was a break—it seemed like such a minor thing! To me, this displays how easily pain can be misunderstood.

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Why get my pet groomed regularly?

We all love our family pets; they are like children, to many families. We care for them with all our hearts, buy them gifts, and play with them until both our hearts are content. However, animals require care and maintenance; this isn’t always the fun part.

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Happy Spring!

Well, the temps will be warming up soon, but as of this exact moment, I still have snow on my yard. I will be patient, as true spring is not far away!

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