Dispelling the Dominance Myth

  I f only our pets could talk! Then we would know for sure why they are acting a certain way. Instead, we resort to books, word-of-mouth and TV shows to decipher pets’ actions. The problem is that these sources deliver many incorrect and misguided beliefs about...
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Hair To Stay

Grooming Tips For The New Furry Addition To Your Family When you first bring home your puppy or kitten, there are a lot of things to think about! Your pet needs to be litter or house trained, you need to determine which food is best for them and you also need to think...
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THE BRUSH-OFF

Oral health is one of the most important, and often the most overlooked, aspects of our pets’ health. Just like us, dogs and cats need daily dental care to prevent the onset of dental disease. Good dental habits are best initiated while your pet is young, to ensure a...
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Cutie School

You’re ecstatic that your new puppy is home after a long wait, but soon realize that you are mentally underprepared for what she can do — chewing, biting everything from hands and feet to clothing and linens, refusing to walk on a leash, relieving herself in the...
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Bringing Up Baby

According to a recent Kynetec poll (formally Ipsos) conducted on behalf of the Canadian Animal Health Institute (CAHI), pet ownership in Canada is on the rise. Colleen McElwain, CAHI programs director, mentions: “Overall, approximately 41% of Canadian households...
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The Road To Recovery

Ashley Woodvine recounts the unbearable drive into Saskatoon, SK, after her puppy Sharley was run over. The puppy had been sleeping under the car, and Woodvine unknowingly backed over the then four-month-old, mixed-breed farm dog. Sharley was in such extreme pain that...
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Dispelling the Dominance Myth

  I f only our pets could talk! Then we would know for sure why they are acting a certain way. Instead, we resort to books, word-of-mouth and TV shows to decipher pets’ actions. The problem is that these sources deliver many incorrect and misguided beliefs about...

read more

Hair To Stay

Grooming Tips For The New Furry Addition To Your Family When you first bring home your puppy or kitten, there are a lot of things to think about! Your pet needs to be litter or house trained, you need to determine which food is best for them and you also need to think...

read more

THE BRUSH-OFF

Oral health is one of the most important, and often the most overlooked, aspects of our pets’ health. Just like us, dogs and cats need daily dental care to prevent the onset of dental disease. Good dental habits are best initiated while your pet is young, to ensure a...

read more

Cutie School

You’re ecstatic that your new puppy is home after a long wait, but soon realize that you are mentally underprepared for what she can do — chewing, biting everything from hands and feet to clothing and linens, refusing to walk on a leash, relieving herself in the...

read more

Bringing Up Baby

According to a recent Kynetec poll (formally Ipsos) conducted on behalf of the Canadian Animal Health Institute (CAHI), pet ownership in Canada is on the rise. Colleen McElwain, CAHI programs director, mentions: “Overall, approximately 41% of Canadian households...

read more

The Road To Recovery

Ashley Woodvine recounts the unbearable drive into Saskatoon, SK, after her puppy Sharley was run over. The puppy had been sleeping under the car, and Woodvine unknowingly backed over the then four-month-old, mixed-breed farm dog. Sharley was in such extreme pain that...

read more