Happy National Black Cat Day

By |2024-01-30T14:45:29-06:00October 25, 2023|

The Halloween season is right around the corner and so is National Black Cat Day on October 27th. Coincidentally in accordance with the Halloween time of year, National Black Cat Day is important because many avoid adopting or purchasing black cats due to the negative stereotypes. Black cats spend 13% more time in shelters than

All About Mutts

By |2023-07-18T13:32:35-06:00June 11, 2023|

Dogs come in all shapes and sizes. There are so many breeds nowadays it’s tough to recognize which pups are what. You see doggos with mixed colors, different patterns, and colors, and varying snout and tail lengths. Where did all these variations come from? Over the years dogs have been bred with other breeds to

Badass Dogs: Police Dogs

By |2023-07-18T13:32:21-06:00May 18, 2023|

Dogs are our best friends and love us unconditionally, but they also can hold some very important jobs. At Prudent Pet, we want to recognize the animals that are serving our communities by emBARKing on a series of blogs titled Badass Dogs. The roles pups are responsible for are certified badass and include Police K9s,

Dog Seizures

By |2023-04-25T09:48:07-06:00April 14, 2023|

If your dog seems agitated, falls over, goes stiff, or starts to make uncontrolled motions, they’re likely having a seizure. You’re likely to feel helpless and frightened watching your precious pet go through a dog seizure. Educate yourself on the causes and treatments of dog seizures and steps you can take to help your dog safely

How Much Should My Dog Eat?

By |2023-04-27T14:33:23-06:00March 30, 2023|

How much should a dog eat a day? The truth is, there is no one-size-fits-all answer. There are numerous concerns that factor into how much and how often dogs should eat, and each pup has their own unique needs. It’s hard for humans to tell exactly what their dogs crave, and it doesn’t help

Reduce Pet Stress and Anxiety with Fear Free Vet Clinics

By |2023-04-25T09:48:57-06:00February 10, 2023|

It’s been shown that dogs recognize the route to their veterinarian’s office and can show signs of stress before they even arrive. Similarly, cats may be affected by stress hours after a car ride – no matter their final destination. Pet parents have the option of taking their pets to hospitals and clinics that specialize

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