Pet Products

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    By | April 4, 2019 | Blog

    The truth is you and your cat can never have too many of them. Well, maybe you can have too many litter boxes for your own taste, but not for your cat's. The veterinary profession has a litter box rule of thumb when it comes to cats and their

  • modern-cat-furniture-4

    By | September 1, 2018 | Blog

    New trends in cat furniture and housing focus on secure, well-built items that enrich a cat's life and fit seamlessly into your household décor. The trend of pet products, according to industry experts, is being driven in a large part by the humanization of

  • Teeth-brushing

    By | June 4, 2018 | Blog

    Cat dental health is not always a topic of a concern for cat owners. Dental disease can become a harsh reality for cats by the age of four if left unchecked. Many cats can get gingivitis as we humans do as well as other types of periodontal

  • Stress in cats 2

    By | January 1, 2018 | Blog

    Cats love their comfort and once they are set in their ways, it can be a mission to get them to change. Sometimes change is unavoidable for our cats. Cats allow themselves to become overwhelmed with the notion of change and tend to take defensive actions

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    By | December 18, 2017 | Blog

    What's the worst that can happen if I don't clean the litter box? Apart from the stench that can emanate from a sitting litter box, there is the potential for the spread of disease as well. Part of the responsibility of owning a cat is that a litter

  • Tunnel

    By | December 18, 2017 | Blog

    Most cats love to play under the covers of your bed or try to get at your feet as you move under the blanket. This sort of fun activity is great for your kitty because it provides good exercise and stimulates their mind. All cats are curious

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    By | December 18, 2017 | Blog

    Some cats will know how to use a cat flap, others will need an extra helping hand. Most adult cats or kittens can be successfully trained on how to use a cat flap. Cats that are used to using a cat flap may even become suspicious of a new cat flap and may find

  • Food 2

    By | November 30, 2017 | Blog

    Food allergies account for 10% of all the allergies seen in dogs. Food allergies are the 3rd most common cause of allergens after flea bite allergies and atopy (inhalant allergies). While we watch out for our own children and adult related allergies, our

  • Tick

    By | November 28, 2017 | Blog

    Sometimes you can feel a tick or two when you pet your cat or dog. Unlike fleas, ticks are larger and more obvious when looking for pests on your pet. They tend to be large enough to see, ticks can also be found around the ears, paws, head or neck area of your