Fruits & Veggies Make Great Dog Treats

Trying trading your processed treats in for fresh fruits & vegetables. They are considered healthy foods for humans, they can also help prolong a dog’s life. Orange, red and yellow fruits and vegetables are best for dogs because they are often nutrient-dense. Many fruits & vegetables also contain antioxidants that reduce the risk of cancer….

Cleaning your pet’s food and water bowls

You might be surprised to find out that our pets’ food and water bowls rank in the top five germiest places in our homes. According to NSF International, a public health and safety organization with a mission to improve human health, pet bowls come in at number four for containing the most germs. The only…


5 GREAT BENEFITS OF FISH OIL FOR DOGS AND CATS EPA, one of the two omega-3 fatty acids in fish oil, acts as an anti-inflammatory. It will help with any condition that causes inflammation of the heart, kidneys, skin, and joints – such as arthritis. It will ease inflammation due to allergies, and reduce itchy…

How Cold is too Cold?

Frostbite Injuries – Even short-term exposure to temperatures below zero can lead to frostbite of the feet, nose or ears. In these areas the skin might appear red, gray or whitish and could peel. Prevent frostbite by removing ice and snow from paws and fur right away. Balls of ice can form in the areas…

Cuties of the Month – November 2016

At Whiskers ‘n Paws we love pets! Wanna showcase your pets? Send us an email with your pet’s name and a photo of its adorable mug. That infamous grin will earn them a spot on our FaceBook page and Twitter feed.

Dog Facts

Here’s a few quick facts about man’s best friend.