Stop in or contact us to order a doggie cake for pick-up in the store. (We need three business days to bake and decorate a cake). We also have pet-ID tags and lots more items to see and purchase in the store, so come by Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Heart Health Awareness Month – Doggie Cakes
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Heart Health Awareness Month Tag

Creating Calm: Tips for Reducing Stress in Your Dog

Our furry companions bring boundless joy and love into our lives, but just like us, they can experience stress and anxiety. Whether it's due to loud noises, changes in routine, or unfamiliar environments, understanding how to alleviate your dog's stress is essential for their well-being. We'll explore effective strategies to help reduce stress in your beloved canine companion, fostering a happier and more relaxed bond between you both. 1. Establish a Safe Haven: Create a designated safe space in your home where your dog can retreat when feeling overwhelmed. This could be a cozy corner with their bed or a crate...

Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Canine Heart

Regular Veterinary Check-ups: Schedule routine wellness exams for your dog, including comprehensive heart screenings. Early detection of heart problems can significantly improve outcomes. Balanced Diet: Feed your dog a high-quality, balanced diet appropriate for their age, breed, and size. Consider incorporating foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which support heart health. Regular Exercise: Keep your dog active with regular exercise, but tailor the intensity to their age and fitness level. Exercise helps maintain a healthy weight and strengthens the heart muscles. Maintain a Healthy Weight: Obesity can strain the heart and exacerbate existing heart conditions. Ensure your dog maintains a healthy weight through...

Recognizing Symptoms of Heart Problems in Dogs

Being vigilant about the signs of heart issues in your dog can help catch problems early. Look out for the following symptoms: Coughing, especially at night or after exercise Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath Fatigue or reluctance to exercise Fainting or collapsing episodes Abdominal distension or fluid accumulation (seen as a swollen belly) If you notice any of these signs, it's crucial to consult your veterinarian promptly for evaluation and appropriate management. ...

Understanding Common Heart Conditions in Dogs

As February unfolds and we recognize American Heart Month, it's not just our own cardiovascular health that deserves attention; our furry companions' heart health is equally important. Just like humans, dogs can also suffer from a range of heart conditions that require awareness, monitoring, and preventive measures. We'll delve into the realm of dog heart health and discuss common conditions. Common Heart Conditions in Dogs Mitral Valve Disease (MVD): This is one of the most common heart conditions in dogs, particularly in small breeds like Cavalier King Charles Spaniels. MVD occurs when the mitral valve degenerates, leading to improper blood flow and...