Starting the Year Off with a Purr!

Posted - January 8, 2021
Ending 2020 is both bitter and sweet. When the pandemic hit, it was almost surrealistic. Like a switch being turned off, suddenly our Read More

CFA Top Cat Challenge

Posted - December 10, 2020
Cats, cats, beautiful cats. Could this be the year of cats? If there are any silver linings that can found in 2020 its animal adoptions Read More

Amazon Sale of Counterfeit Pet King Brands ZYMOX® Products

Posted - October 16, 2020
We’ve all heard the saying “imitation is the best flattery” but in the case of branded products being counterfeited, this is far Read More

Welcome to the “New” Normal of Caring for Your Pets

Posted - October 14, 2020
By Arden Moore – The Pet Health and Safety Coach™ Raise your hand if you miss talking face to face with your veterinarian about your Read More

Common-Sense Care Tips for Keeping Pets Cool in the Summer

Posted - July 10, 2020
By Arden Moore – The Pet Health and Safety Coach™ Hot dogs. These two words may make you think of those meaty treats inside toasted Read More

Hey, Pets – Meet Your New Furry Sib

Posted - June 18, 2020
By Arden Moore – The Pet Health and Safety Coach™ In less than two months, the number of pets in our home unexpectedly climbed from Read More

Having FUN Virtually – The TICA Virtual Cat Show

Posted - June 15, 2020
Ever thought about showing your cat in a competition but did not know where to start or how cats are judged? Ever wanted to attend but Read More

Help Your Dog Jump into Summer with Healthy Ears

Posted - June 1, 2020
Summer can mean more walks with your dog in the park and swimming in the ponds, lakes, ocean, or pools.  It is an incredible feeling to Read More

Coping with COVID-19 by Fostering or Adopting Pets – A Win-Win for All

Posted - May 8, 2020
By Arden Moore – The Pet Health and Safety Coach™ I’m betting that since “shelter in place” orders were announced in mid-March, Read More

Five Tips to Help Your Pet Find Relief During Allergy Season

Posted - April 9, 2020
You know the signs all too well.  They start to rub their faces on the furniture, paw at their ears or they start to lick or even chew Read More