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Animal Hospice – End of Life Living

When I remember Phineas, our 14-year-old orange tiger striped cat, I recall memories of him as a kitten snuggled in...
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Bringing a Dog into Your Cat-Ruled Home

By Jessica Beganski If your home is currently ruled by a cat or cats and you want to add a...
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Keep Your Pets, Get Rid of Your Allergies

by Lyn T. Garson, CVT, CCRP My allergy test results produced a lengthy list of common offenders, from dust to...

Getting through your dog’s teenage years

Kids aren’t the only ones who go through adolescence. Dogs go through it, too. Sadly, adolescence is the period when...

The Votes Are In On Retractable Leashes

by Lyn T. Garson, CVT, CCRP Take a poll. Ask veterinary professionals, behavioral trainers, groomers and doggie day care providers...

Why does my dog bark so much?

by Kelly Alver We receive many questions about barking from dog owners and others concerned about barking dogs. Recently I...

Who is Taking Care of Me? Ensuring the well-being of your pet when you are away

by Jennifer Barrows It’s every pet owner’s nightmare. How many of us leave our animal companions in the care of...

My dog tried to bite someone recently. What should I do if she does bite?

by Kelly Alver There are a variety of reasons why a dog may bite. The dog could be in pain,...

Starting Off on the Right Paw: Welcoming Your Newly Adopted Dog the Right Way

By Jessica Beganski Through her work as Our Companions Canine Operations Director, Marie Joyner has witnessed first-hand the transition hundreds...