Pet Insurance

Published on March 23, 2014 by in Blog

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In recent years, pet insurance has more and more become part of a pet owner’s budget. We have all experienced rising health care costs, and health care for pets is a part of that picture as well. There are different types of insurance including such things as wellness coverage, spaying and neutering and dental exams.  […]

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Emergency Supply List for Pets

Published on February 2, 2014 by in Blog

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Most of us in Southern California have an emergency supply kit ready. At the start of a new year and at the beginning of summer, I like to check the items to ensure they are adequate for current family needs and to ensure that food and water supplies are fresh. Your household emergency kit should include […]

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Moving Day

Published on September 23, 2013 by in Blog

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Moving can be a big headache for everyone! While pets do adapt well to a new home, the process can be very stressful from start to finish.  Boxes all over the place, cleaning products being used more intensely, clothes, furniture, and knickknacks being donated or discarded.  Dogs and cats investigate new items in their environment […]

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Fat Cats

Published on June 17, 2013 by in Blog

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Oops, I have to face it: my cat has grown too big!  He had some food allergies and threw up a lot. Our vet has been working with me to find a dry cat food he can tolerate.  Unfortunately, they are all expensive and still didn’t work.  My cats loved one in particular which contained […]

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Pet Poison Awareness

Published on May 9, 2013 by in Blog

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Pet Sitters International reminds us that every year thousands of pets suffer and even die from household poisoning.  The ASPCA Animal Control Poison Center manages an average of 750 calls a day related to possible poisoning.  While the list below is not an exhaustive one, it contains some of the common household items that are […]

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