• Apr 07 2022

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    Pet Supplies: Spend Less to Get More

    Inflation, taxes, and the cost of living are on the rise. Pet owners, feeling the financial strain, often look for ways to trim their pet care budget. Stuffed toys get destroyed, scratching surfaces…

  • Mar 31 2022

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    Pets Lost & Found: What You Should Do

    Pet owners can do everything right to prevent their pet from becoming lost but, unfortunately, it still sometimes happens. When it does, time is of the essence, effective online and in-person…

  • Mar 24 2022

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    Respect Your Cat (Every) Day

    March 28th marks “Respect Your Cat Day” and the Canadian province of Quebec is doing its part. Last week, its government drafted legislation to ban declawing procedures in cats (starting summer…

  • Mar 18 2022

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    Reviewing 2021 Pet Poison Statistics for Better Prevention in 2022

    Pet poisoning cases are on the rise; the ASPCA American Poison Control Centre (APCC) assisted in 401,550 cases in 2021 and Pet Poison Helpline (serving Canada, the United States, and the Caribbean)…

  • Mar 10 2022

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    Ready to travel? Choose the best pet sitter for your pets!

    Spending extra time at home with our pets during the pandemic has strengthened our human-animal bonds, making the idea of leaving town for that long-awaited vacation hard to fathom. But that’s where…

  • Mar 03 2022

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    Pet Owner’s Guide to Emergency Preparedness

    The current conflict in Ukraine has left its citizens and their pets in a state of crisis, forcing many to evacuate the country for shelter and safety. Some evacuees have or are trying to escape with…

  • Feb 24 2022

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    Pet food supply issues: How to keep your pet well-fed and fed well

    If you’re the personal shopper to a cat or dog, you’ve likely found yourself in this dilemma: the shelf that always holds their usual food is empty, the ETA for more stock is unknown, and you need…