Traveling Outside the US with Your Pets

Monday, March 30th, 2015

For anyone traveling outside the United States with pets: Call the appropriate embassy in Washington to confirm the entry requirements for your pet(s). Some embassies provide forms printed in English and in the host language for your veterinarian to complete. Some countries do not permit importation, or have long quarantine requirements. Check the requirements to […]

The Cat’s Out of the Bag: Ten Toys Under $25 That Your Cat Will Love

Monday, March 30th, 2015

Play and exercise are an important part of pet health. For cats, toys are a great way to stimulate play, combat obesity, discourage unwanted behavior, and provide an outlet for unused energy and predatory instincts. Below are ten highly rated toys that at under $25—most under $10—will help keep your cat happy and healthy and […]

Blind Man and Guide Dog Survive Subway Train Collision

Monday, March 30th, 2015

A blind man and his guide dog escaped serious injury after the man fainted on a New York City subway platform and fell onto the tracks. The operator of the train was able to slow the train and reduce the impact on the man and his dog while bystanders called for help. The man, Cecil […]

Winter, Kennel Cough and Rene Russo

Wednesday, March 25th, 2015

by Myles Tomczak, Client Services This winter will never end. I’m calling it now. The cold has come and it isn’t going to leave. HBO’s “Winter Is Coming” ad campaign for Game of Thrones wasn’t being facetious… it was a warning we should have taken very seriously (four years ago…) This situation is either some […]

The Myth of Cats vs. Dogs

Wednesday, March 18th, 2015

by Myles Tomczak, Client Services A widespread belief among us “humans” is that our canine and feline companions are always at odds with one another. It isn’t an absurd notion. We’ve all seen a dog go “Cujo” when a cat casually saunters by. You may have been present to see a seemingly mild-mannered cat barrel […]

Keep Your Pets Safe this Holiday Weekend!

Wednesday, March 18th, 2015

Cases of Kennel Cough being Reported In Manahattan! Recently an outbreak of kennel cough, and canine influenza has hit Manhattaan. Many boarding facilities, daycare and grooming salons in the area have reported cases of these highly contagious diseases. Although these diseases are extremely contagious, and potentially deadly, they are preventable by keeping your pet current […]

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