Healthy Pet Food 101

Healthy Pet Food 101

Food for Fido! We often ask ourselves what we should feed our dogs & cats. Well, it’s pretty basic. Dogs and cats are carnivores therefore enjoy meat products like chicken, beef, turkey, pork, lamb, fish and many more. They may also enjoy minimal amounts of fruits (apples, oranges, bananas, watermelon) and vegetables (carrots, green beans, […]

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Fido Eating Too Fast? We Can Help!

Fido Slow Down!! Do you have a dog that eats way to fast and then a few minutes’ later vomits everything they just ate?? This eating problem is called regurgitation. This process happens when the stomach works backwards and doesn’t get time to digest.  Any breed is capable of eating to fast, but in some […]

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Flea and Tick Prevention Tips

Flea and Tick Prevention Tips

Oh No! Summer is Back! Did you know that fleas & ticks can cause numerous health issues in your pets?  There are more than 2,000 different kinds of fleas, and it only takes a few to cause major health problems for you and your pet. Your pet can become infested with fleas from other stray […]

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Five Steps to Help You Find the Right Pet Groomer

Five Steps to Help You Find the Right Pet Groomer

We love our pets. Sometimes it is tough to know where to turn when your four-legged kid has a bad hair day. Here are some tips to help you find the best groomer for you and your pet. #1 Do the Research Ask for Referrals Don’t be shy to ask for recommendations. Friends, relatives, neighbors, your […]

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Pet Grooming Testimonial from Rachel in Westerville

Testimonial: It is great to hear what you think about our grooming services! One of our favorite clients, Rachel and Bogey, in Westerville, just sent us an email and it warmed our hearts! Bogey is a Cavachon and is always so excited when we come by for a grooming. Trust me Bogey, the pleasure is […]

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Cat Grooming Facts

Cat Grooming Facts

Don’t Cats Groom Themselves? Unfortunately no. Cats LICK themselves but they do not groom themselves. Every time your cat licks himself, he swallows his dirty loose hair. Hair isn’t digestible, and usually just get passed through your cat’s stomach and intestines where hairballs are formed. Long-haired cats, those who shed excessively, and those who lick themselves compulsively are especially prone […]

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