October is Adopt a Shelter Dog Month – The Best Breeds for People With Allergies

Monday, September 20th, 2021

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October is Adopt a Shelter Dog Month, a yearly event meant to promote adoption of dogs from your local shelters. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals sponsors this event, and it’s a call for prospective dog owners to choose to adopt instead of shop.

Can you guess how many animals are waiting in shelters for their forever home? You might be surprised to learn that there are an estimated 3 to 4 million every year. There’s a prevailing notion that shelter dogs are difficult or less capable of being good pets—a notion that is simply untrue. Many of these animals are victims of circumstance or simply too much of a burden for owners who might have lost their jobs or homes. (more…)


How to Help Your Pet Overcome the Back-to-School Blues Michigan 2021

Sunday, August 22nd, 2021

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Summer is prime time for your pets. Children are home from school and are available to give their pets lots of loving attention. There are more hours of daylight so families often stay up longer and go outdoors for some exercise and play. Of course, your pets are usually along for the ride—and they love it. (more…)


National Dog Day 2021 — 5 Fun Facts About Dogs!

Sunday, July 25th, 2021

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National Dog Day is a holiday that’s observed on the 26th of August every year and helps people recognize the importance of dogs of all breeds and how they impact our lives on a personal basis. It’s a day that’s used by various dog charities and individuals interested in the welfare of pets to draw attention to the plight of abused and abandoned dogs. (more…)


Garden Plants to Keep Away from Your Pet | Pet Nanny 2021

Saturday, June 19th, 2021

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It’s a wonderful thing to have a lush, verdant garden—and to be able to share that garden with our family. But are you endangering your furry family with some of your plant choices? According to The Humane Society of the United States, there are more than 700 plants that produce enough physiologically active or toxic substances which can potentially cause harmful effects in animals. If you have animals in your family, then that’s a lot of plants to have to remember! This is not to say all potentially poisonous plants are deadly, but different types of toxins and toxin levels can cause light to serious reactions ranging from nausea and seizures to coma and organ failure, even death. An animal who has ingested a known toxic plant part should be taken to the vet for examination as soon as possible. (more…)


Ways to Appreciate Your Pet | Pet Nanny 2021

Sunday, May 23rd, 2021

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If you didn’t already know, Pet Appreciation Week, or PAW, is from June 6 to 12 this year. Pet Appreciation Week is a time to celebrate how much our pets mean to us. This can be done in many ways to show your pet how you appreciate them, whether it’s with a special treat or toy, or simply by spending extra time with them. Our pets do a lot more for us than provide unconditional love; they also help us relieve stress and encourage us to exercise. According to the Centers for Disease Control, pets can decrease your blood pressure, lower your cholesterol, and increase your opportunities for socialization. (more…)


5 Reasons Why Pets Are Great for Your Health

Sunday, April 18th, 2021

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According to the American Pet Products Association, 2/3rds of American households own a pet and in 2020, we spent over 100 billion dollars on pet expenditures. That’s a lot of money per household, all things considered. But I’m sure that almost all pet owners will agree that having our furry friends beside us makes up for any kind of cost. But there’s another factor to this equation—the health benefits that our pets provide. (more…)


What Every Pet Owner Needs to Know About Heartworm

Saturday, March 20th, 2021

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April is Heartworm Awareness month. Most pet owners will have heard of heartworm—true to its name, it’s a worm that lives in pets’ hearts. Unfortunately, heartworm infection is common in both dogs and cats all throughout the lower 48 states. Domestic and wild dogs are the normal hosts for heartworms.  Although less likely to develop a heartworm infection, cats and ferrets can harbor infections as well. (more…)


How to Prepare Your Pet for 2021 Michigan Spring

Sunday, February 21st, 2021

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Spring is a time to clean away the cobwebs of Winter, and to revitalize your home, your life, and yourself — but are you forgetting about something? It’s also a good time to revitalize your furry friends! With warmer weather coming up, do you know how to prepare your pet for spring? Read on for the list of our expert tips. (more…)


Things to Know About Protecting Your Pet’s Heart in 2021

Monday, January 18th, 2021

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We already know that our hearts are vitally important to our quality of life. There is a plethora of literature out there on staying heart-healthy—but do we spare a moment to think about this for our pets? As a pet parent, you want to do everything you can to protect your best friend, and we want to help you do just that. We believe the first step in protecting pets is educating their parents, which is why we want you to know the facts when it comes to your pet’s heart health. (more…)


2021 New Year’s Resolutions for Your Pet

Monday, December 21st, 2020

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We’re nearing the end of what’s been a challenging year. It’s time to focus on new goals, new hopes, and new opportunities for you to make your life (and that of your pet) more fulfilling than ever. If you already have a pet, congratulations! You’re on the first step of a healthier, more active, and more loving life. Still, things almost always go better when you have a clear plan to follow with clear goals to achieve. Today we’ll be helping you create those plans so that 2021 is even better for you and your pet. (more…)