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Cat Enrichment

 Enrichment Protocol for Shelter Cats Enrichment refers to mental and physical stimulation. Allowing animals to think, learn and explore goes a long way to keeping them behaviorally healthy in the shelter. Each shelter animal should be provided with enrichment each...

Feline Behavior Problems: House Soiling

Why do cats eliminate outside the litter box? Your cat may have litter box trouble for any number of reasons, including medical problems, an aversion to the litter box, or a preference for urinating or defecating in places outside the box. Medical Problems Any medical...

Dog Enrichment

Enrichment Protocol for Shelter Dogs Enrichment refers to mental and physical stimulation. Allowing animals to think, learn and explore goes a long way to keeping them behaviorally healthy in the shelter. Each shelter dog should be provided with enrichment each day....

Preparing To Bring Home An Adopted Dog

So you’ve adopted a new dog and they're coming home with you. What next? Before You Bring Your Dog Home: Gather Needed Supplies - Leash, Collar, ID Tag, Crate or Gates(if needed), Bed, Bowls, Food, Treats, Toys, Grooming Supplies, Waste Bags, Enzymatic Cleaner....

How to Tell if Your Homeowners Insurance Covers Pets

How to Tell if Your Homeowners Insurance Covers Pets For many people, pets are beloved family members who they want to protect and keep safe. Whether you are considering adding new pets or already have a full household of animals, it is important to consider how they...

Kit’s story

Kit's Story  Kit is a 7 year old beautiful cat who first came to us because his family could no longer care for him. Kit was diagnosed with asthma and it made it difficult for the family to give him the proper medical care. We were glad to take Kit in and help! After...