Ways To Naturally Calm Your Pet
There may come a time in your pet’s life when they begin to experience some form of anxiety or stress. It could be a result from a change in their routine, exposure to noise, or even an illness or pain of some sort. No loving pet owner likes to see their pet experience stress or anxiety. Of course, it is important to consult your veterinarian to be certain that the stress or anxiety isn’t being caused by a serious medical or behavioral condition. But once your vet verifies that it isn’t a major medical issue, why not try out some…
Important Signs That Your Pet Is Feeling Sick
As a pet owner, you have probably experienced a time or two when your furbaby wasn’t feeling so great. It is important to recognize when your pet is feeling sick. The sooner you notice a problem, the quicker you can seek help. Unfortunately, a pet’s signs of illness can be quite subtle or hard to recognize. If you keep an eye out for the following signs, symptoms and cues- you may be able to catch a potentially serious illness before it can cause a permanent problem. Potty and Vomiting Problems If your pet is vomiting, has diarrhea, constipation, peeing more…
Best New Year’s Resolutions for You and Your Pet
It’s the start of a new year! Can you believe 2018 is already here? It is a great time to change your routines, try something new or set some really fantastic goals of what you want to achieve or accomplish in the coming months! Not only is it a great time to set some goals for yourself, but why not set some for your pets also? Just like people, pets need changes in their routines. There’s no better time to commit to helping your pet have a happier, healthier and more stimulated life! Need some ideas? Check out our suggested…
Join us on Saturday October 8th for the 17th Annual Barktoberfest benefiting Friends for Life. 9 am - 3 pm at the Gilbert Civic Center North Campus. Admission is free with some activities requiring donation. We are participating in the booth for Arizona Veterinary Specialty Center located on Juniper in Gilbert.