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The Dos and Dont’s of House Breaking a Pet June 28th, 2017

The Dos and Dont’s of House Breaking a Pet

Housebreaking a pet is all about patience, consistency, and positive reinforcement. The aim is to encourage good manners and habits, and build a loving relationship with your pet. Usually, it takes about 4 to 6 months for a pet to be completely house trained, but can vary depending on the breed and size. For example, smaller  Read More…

Smoking Isn’t Healthy For Humans or Their Pets June 25th, 2017

Smoking Isn’t Healthy For Humans or Their Pets

If you smoke, you should have first thought about its adverse effects not only on your health but also on your pet’s health. Second-hand smoke is defined as smoke that is exhaled or otherwise released into the air that can be inhaled by non-smokers, which includes pets. Third-hand smoke is the residue that is left  Read More…

Most Common Mental Health Issues June 22nd, 2017

Most Common Mental Health Issues

Good mental health increase considerably enhances and maintains the emotional wellbeing of any person irrespective of his age. It shows how an individual thinks, feels and acts towards life, and how he handles stress and other associated problems life throws at him. A mental health disorder/disease is an illness that causes mild to severe disturbances  Read More…

Summer Is Hot! Make Sure Your ESA Remains Comfortable With These Tips June 22nd, 2017

Summer Is Hot! Make Sure Your ESA Remains Comfortable With These Tips

Like humans, emotional support animals can also suffer from heat stroke. Summer also means that your pet spends more time outdoors, which can translate to more visits to the vet since ear and skin infections become more widespread. Here we will be looking at the top care tips that you can follow this summer to  Read More…

Getting an Emotional Support Animal June 16th, 2017

Getting an Emotional Support Animal

Emotional support animals (ESAs) are domesticated animals that offer support and comfort to an individual going through emotional difficulties owing to various mental/emotional conditions. They are not required to carry out specific tasks for a disability, unlike service animals, and are merely meant for unconditional love and emotional stability. ESAs can help alleviate symptoms of  Read More…