February is National Pet Dental Health Month. If you haven’t looked in your pet's mouth lately, now is a great time to take a peek. Are the teeth pearly white and the gums a healthy pink? Or is there an unpleasant odor with brown teeth and red swollen gums? According to the AVMA, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have some degree of periodontal disease by the age of three. Left untreated, periodontal disease not only puts your pet at risk for pain, infection and tooth loss but it can also cause damage to the heart, kidneys and liver.
Join the party on Saturday, February 3 from 9:00am to 3:00pm as we welcome our newest neighbor, Whole Foods! We will have FREE goody bags Whole Foods, to Lakeway Commons! We will have FREE goody bags (with purchase while supplies last) for the first 100 customers, FREE microchipping for the first 25 pets, FREE nail trims and $500 in giveaways. Plus Meet the Vet and Ask the Trainer. Meet our groomer and sales associates if you haven’t already! Two and four-legged party animals welcome!
Day School Puppy Primer, for puppies two to four months old, will provide you with everything you need to ensure your new puppy assimilates into his new home and family and grows into a well-mannered, social and conﬁdent adult dog. This first phase of our year long program has been developed in conjunction with the scientifically proven behavioral/develomental periods of your puppy's first year. Our comprehensive program covers all the bases from providing daily training at our facility to teaching your family what to do at home. We are here to help prepare you and your puppy for a wonderful life together.
Small animal massage is growing in popularity as a regular way to maintain and support the health of your dog, cat, or even rabbit. It consists of manipulating the soft tissues of your pet's body to promote overall well-being, relaxation and healing from a variety of physical and emotional conditions. Below are five reasons why you should consider massage for your four-legged friend.
Being as few as five pounds above ideal weight for your dog or two pounds above ideal for your cat puts them at risk for multiple serious health condition such as osteoarthritis, diabetes, respiratory and heart disease, kidney disease, high blood pressure, chronic inflammation and cancers.