Posts By: Karen Scholl

Keep Your Cat Healthy over the Holidays

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While scientific studies show that pets who are even slightly overweight have decreased vitality and are at risk for complications that shorten their lifespans, still 56% of cats and 60% of dogs in the U.S. qualify as overweight or obese. So while we love to give cats the food and treats they love, it’s important […]

Fall is for Leaf Jumpers

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Raking leaves is such a kid-chore. For parents, it’s an easy way to get them out of the house, keep them active, and complete a task. For kids, it’s a dream job. It beats emptying the dishwasher and comes with a big bonus at the end. Leaf jumping. Mom and Dad may not endorse it, […]

Is Your Pet Ready for Halloween?

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With more than 31 million people planning to dress their pet in costumes for Halloween this year, according to the National Retail Federation, it seems that Beggar’s Night is attracting a whole new breed of treat-seekers. It’s a terrific opportunity to bring your pet in on the fun. Here are a few tips to make […]

Have Your Dog Take the Halo Veg Pledge for World Vegan Day

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With World Vegan Day nearly upon us, now is a great time to have your dog take the Halo® Veg Pledge. As people around the globe celebrate the spirit of veganism—compassion for animals, plant-healthy food, and environmental protection—your doggo can take part by digging into a bowl of Halo® Garden of Vegan® one day a […]

Active Fun for Indoor Cats

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Just because your indoor cat doesn’t prowl the neighborhood, chase birds, or get daily walks or trips to the dog park, doesn’t mean it’s okay to be a cat potato. It’s easy to create a virtual playground for your cat inside the walls of your home. String theory — Sad that the string came out […]