Fireworks can be terrifying for animals. It is a good idea to bring your pets inside and turn on a TV or radio to help soften the sounds outside. Thundershirts and / or calming supplements can also help your pet.
Spring is here us, and so are the Ticks! Jackson snow melting, trails are opening up and ticks are upon us. Flea and tick prevention is thought of being an inevitable part of pet ownership if you have a cat or dog. These pesky parasites may be tiny, but their effect on your pet and…
Halloween is almost here! Halloween is almost here! Make sure your pet stays safe by keeping sugary and chocolatey treats out of their reach. And call us right away if you think they may have gotten into your candy stash.
Cats have scent glands on their tail, sides of the forehead, lips, chin, and the underside of their front paws, which they use to scent mark their territory. So when your kitty rubs against you or items in your home, she’s saying “This is mine!”