p. 651-501-3766
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1163 Helmo Avenue North
Oakdale, MN 55128
St. Paul
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1542 W 7th St.
St Paul, MN 55102


Quick Guide: Spring Hazards for Pets

Posted April 12, 2016 @ 11:28am

Quick Guide: Spring Hazards for PetsSpring is a wonderful time of year in Minnesota! As the snow melts, everyone is happy to get out and enjoy the beautiful weather; however, as pets get outside with their owners, they are at risk for illness or injury. Please be aware of...


Top 10 Items for a Pet First Aid Kit

Posted April 5, 2016 @ 9:57am

Top 10 Items for a Pet First Aid KitIn case of an emergency, it's important for every pet owner to have a pet first aid kit. We suggest keeping a pet first aid kit in your house and in your car. So what exactly do you need in a pet first aid kit? Here are the top 10 items to...


4 Reasons to Adopt a Guinea Pig

Posted March 29, 2016 @ 8:39am

4 Reasons to Adopt a Guinea PigMy wife and I have owned guinea pigs since childhood. We’re in our mid 40’s now and currently have three pigs: two “Skinny Pigs” (Hairless) and one furred. All of our pigs have had different personalities and all have been...


Lucy’s Heartwarming Success Story

Posted March 22, 2016 @ 10:43am

Lucy’s Heartwarming Success StoryLucy, a Cocker Spaniel, was picked up as a stray by a rescue eleven years ago. She had been abused and had to have one eye removed from a previous injury. Regardless, she was adopted in 2005 and went into the loving home of Katie Ryan. “When I...


Beginners Guide: K9 Nose Work

Posted March 15, 2016 @ 10:37am

Beginners Guide: K9 Nose WorkYou and your dog enter the training ring and your dog goes into hyper-sniffing mode, so excited to find the ‘bunny’ that you wonder what transformed your gentle companion into an efficient, focused, hunting machine. Welcome to nose...


What is the Best Toy for Dogs?

Posted March 8, 2016 @ 11:07am

What is the Best Toy for Dogs?If every dog in the world could be given one toy, I think the Kong would be the way to go. A Kong toy is shaped somewhat like a rounded rubber pyramid with a hollow center. Kongs have three chewing “levels”: Red: For...


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