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Guilt-Free Treats: Low Calorie Nibbles for Kitties and Pups

Obesity is not only a problem that affects people, it also affects pets as well. Canine couch potatoes and tubby tabbies are at a greater risk of developing health problems,

Bark Raving Mad Over the 4th of July?

How to get through the festivities without pupsetting the puppers Any real American knows that with the 4th of July, celebration is upon us. Independence day is what being American

It’s True: Pets can Reduce Stress!

What can one say? I’m sure everyone heard about the benefits pets have on human’s health. Pets have an important role on wellbeing, from reducing blood pressure, the risk of

Story of Our Dog Called White

When we were young, my father took my brother to a kennel. They went on a mission to rescue a Dog, since that had always been our biggest dream! We

My Dog is my Therapist

Did you know that just by being next to your pets your cortisol levels (stress hormone) can decrease – reducing your anxiety and stress? And that the presence of animals,

Why Aren’t All Pets Called Emotional Support Animals?

It’s pretty common to go somewhere with our pets and find that we have to leave them outside. Outside stores, closed public spaces… This is pretty common in most countries,

Haatchi’s Story

This month we are talking about therapy dogs but right now we would like to talk about dogs as a therapy. Dogs do not need to be trained to have

5 Reasons to have a pet App, specially during flea / tick season

You know that feeling when you show someone a photo on your mobile and they start flicking through the gallery? I know, right? We keep our whole lives on our

Life is a Celebration! But… Who Invited the Parasites?

We have all, at certain times in our lives planned a party and so we all know that it is pretty annoying when right in the middle of it, some

Have You Heard About Mediterranean Spotted Fever? And Tick Fever?

Our pets are not the only ones that can potentially get bitten by ticks. That’s why we asked Dr. Filomena Reys, MD some advice on a very common type of