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Why back to school season can be stressful for pets (and what you can do to help!)

It’s not the full moon, Mercury in retrograde, or your imagination: the end of the summer season can trigger behavior issues in pets. We often see an increase in training and behavioral questions from our customers right around when school is back in session. Pets get used to having their adult and kid owners around more often, and can act out when they head back to school and/or work. Most often, negative autumn behaviors manifest themselves in households that have children

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Hurricane Season: Prepare your Pets!

Hurricane season is here! For years, Pets Plus has been advising pet owners on the best ways to prepare for a hurricane when pets are involved. The following tips are simple and easy to do, but get started NOW so you’ll be ready… just in case! Dogs / Cats Kennel: Keep in mind that most hurricane shelters will not allow you to bring your pets. However, if you must seek safety and higher ground with friends or relatives, we recommend that you

Pet Safety around the Holidays

It’s soon to be the most wonderful time of the year! As a pet owner, when you’re gathering with family and friends during the holiday season, nothing can ruin the moment quite like a trip to the emergency vet. Fortunately, there are many precautions you can take to help ensure that your furry, scaly, and feathered friends stay safe during the holidays. Traveling Concerns Are you going away for the holiday? Whether you’re planning to bring your pet along or board them,

Which Bird is Right for You?

National Bird Day is recognized on Thursday, January 5 – so what better way to celebrate than to find out what sort of bird is right for you? Humans from all levels of society have been keeping birds for thousands of years, from kings (Henry VIII) to explorers (Christopher Columbus) to presidents (Teddy Roosevelt).There’s so much to choose from! Do you want a small singer who will fill your house with beautiful chirping? Or do you prefer a large parrot who