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Tips for Trimming Your Dog’s Nails

October 24, 2018 10:03 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Unlike humans, dogs have “living” nails that cover nerves and blood vessels called the quick. Because of this, dogs’ nails are exceptionally sensitive, and cutting a nail too close to the quick or cutting the quick itself can be an extremely painful experience for your dog. Trimming your dog’s nails can be a scary procedure, especially if your dog has black nails, which makes it more difficult to see where the quick begins and ends. If you’re uncomfortable trimming your dog’s nails, you can likely bring them in for a trimming session at your local vet. Many pet stores and... View Article

What to Do if Your Pet Eats Halloween Candy

October 10, 2018 10:03 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

The fall season is chock full of spooky things and bumps in the night. Unfortunately, all of the fun frights can easily turn into actual horror if your beloved pet eats something that they’re not supposed to. Dogs, cats and other small animals have sensitive stomachs and curious tastes, meaning that there’s a chance they could get into something that may make them sick, and could eventually require you to seek the help of a veterinarian. While each pet will respond differently to different foods due to a range of conditions ranging from genetic predispositions to preexisting conditions, there are... View Article