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Minimizing Holiday Stress for Your Pet

11/30/2012 - As Christmas and the new year quickly approach, everyone is planning holiday parties or trips to spend time with friends and family. Just as the holidays are stressful for humans, pets can also experience a lot of anxiety around the holidays due to c... Read More

Thanksgiving Dinner is Not for Your Pets

11/21/2012 - While we look forward to indulging in a feast of food on Thanksgiving, it's important to keep in mind that our food is not for our pets. Human food can cause distress for some pets, especially if they get their noses in it before it is cooked properl... Read More

Small Animals Make Great Pets

10/7/2012 - The number of Americans owning small animals continues to grow every year, and rabbits continue to be the most popular small animal pet. Small animals make great pets, but they should not be considered a "pocket" pet. Our rabbits, guinea pigs, rats, ... Read More

Fleas and Ticks -- Protect Your Pup!

9/10/2012 - Even though the mornings are cooler and fall weather is on its way, your dog is not yet out of the woods when it comes to fleas and ticks. Fleas and ticks can give your four-legged friend a lot of discomfort and give you a lot of stress and annoyance... Read More

Yips and Snips - Why Grooming is Important

8/17/2012 - At Mini-Critters, we are happy to offer grooming services for your dog. Just as hygiene is important for humans, dogs also benefit from regular grooming.   Lather, Rinse, Repeat After spending so much time outside, your four-legged friend is ... Read More

August is Pet Dental Month

8/1/2012 - Everyone loves a friendly greeting from their dog when they get home at the end of the day. However, the affection and attention can sometimes be ruined by a noseful of bad dog breath. Imagine what your teeth and breath would be like if you never br... Read More

Doggie Daycare-While You're Away, the Dogs Will Play!

6/18/2012 - You know the look. It's Monday morning and those big, sad eyes stare up at you, begging you not to leave. You've had a fun weekend at home with your dog, and now he or she is sad to be left alone while you're at work. Fortunately, there is an alterna... Read More