RECALL on Natura Pet Products!!

Natura Pet Products has confirmed it is recalling four of its most popular brands of dry dog food due to possible contamination with Salmonella bacteria. Brands being recalled include: · EVO · Innova · California Natural · HealthWise If your pets are eating these foods make sure to discard the food immediately. Contact us immediately [...]

Pet Poison Helpline shares Top Five Dog Emergency Calls of 2012

For more than 50 years and since its inception by Congress in 1961, the third week in March has been designated as National Poison Prevention Week. This year it falls on March 17-23, and the veterinarians and toxicology experts at Pet Poison Helpline are urging everyone to remember the four-legged members of the family, as [...]

Vectra 3D Buy 6 Get 3 Free!

>Our March special is Vectra 3D for dogs - buy 6 doses and get 3 free! Not only will you save money...you'll be stocked up for the the rest of 2013! We recommend Vectra 3D because it works against fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, sand flies, mites, and lice - killing *and* repelling them! If you're using Frontline Plus or Advantix, now's a good time to make the switch. We list our reasons for switching to Vectra here, but to highlight, Vectra is better because it controls fleas at all stages of their development - from eggs to adult! It also repels; when a parasite lands on your dog, it gets what we can best describe as "hot feet", and jumps off. You use Vectra 3D just like Frontline - applying it to the back of your dog's neck. Vectra 3D costs the same as or a bit less than Frontline. And remember, this month when you buy six you get three free - a huge savings for you! So March right in, get your Vectra 3D, and be ready to roar into Spring, Summer, AND Fall free of those pesky parasites.

Why Little Dogs Live Longer

“Eat your vegetables!” and “Drink your milk!” Every parent wants their kid to grow up big and strong to lead long, healthy lives. But when it comes to our dogs, it’s looking like the opposite might be true. According to the Live Science journal, “Large breeds often die young compared with smaller ones.” You’re probably [...]

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