How To Pet-Proof Your Home

How To Pet-Proof Your Home

Home » Learn More » Pet Safety FacebookTweetPinEmail From those playful snakes (your power cords) and fun shaker toys (your medication bottles) to the yummy chew toys (your leather shoes) and the big drinking bowl in the bathroom (yes, we know it’s gross, and, yes, we...
Experts Tips To Keep Pets Safe On Moving Day

Experts Tips To Keep Pets Safe On Moving Day

Home » Learn More » Pet Safety FacebookTweetPinEmail May kicks off what many think of as the unofficial Moving Season. During the warm months, relocations hit their peak. While moving proves difficult enough for humans, there are other members of the family to...
Fall Safety Tips

Fall Safety Tips

Home » Learn More » Pet Safety FacebookTweetPinEmail As the days begin to shorten and the leaves begin to change colours it’s clear that fall is on its way! With the changing seasons come a new set of tips on how to keep your pets safe this fall and this Thanksgiving...
Can Your Pets See Colour?

Can Your Pets See Colour?

Home » Learn More » Pet Safety facebook Follow Instagram Follow Twitter Follow It is a common misconception that dogs and cats can only see the world in black and white. Let’s look at the science behind how we see colours to better explain what your pets can...
How to Make a Pet Emergency Preparedness Kit

How to Make a Pet Emergency Preparedness Kit

Home » Learn More » Pet Safety FacebookTweetPinEmail When an emergency strikes, it’s important that you and your family are ready for anything. Having all the essentials your pet could need ready to go in the event of a disaster can give you peace of mind. You can...
Toxic Plants Your Pets Should Avoid

Toxic Plants Your Pets Should Avoid

Home » Learn More » Pet Safety FacebookTweetPinEmail Growing a garden full of fruits, veggies and flowers is a nice way to spend your spring and summer months, and tending to houseplants can bring some sunshine inside once the warm weather goes away. But some of those...