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This is where you will find useful resources such as dog training, finding a Veterinarian, pet health & safety, pet food assistance, apparel, low cost spaying & neutering, coats for canines, animal transportation, loss of a pet and much more.
Do you need to find a veterinarian for your fur kid? We put together a list of reliable veterinary clinics with outstanding customer reviews. Click Here
Are you looking for low cost spay & neutering services?
We found them for you! Click Here
Paws 4 A Cure is a United States based all-volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides financial assistance throughout the United States to those who cannot afford veterinary care for their beloved furry family members. Paws 4 A Cure helps dogs and cats with all illnesses and injuries. Paws 4 A Cure does not discriminate against breed, age, or diagnosis. Learn more about Paws 4 A Cure and to apply for assistance. Click Here
Halo Cafe is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to serve low-income families, elderly and homeless community members in an effort to keep pets with their people and out of the already overcrowded shelters. Click Here
Ryker Dog Training offer dog training classes and dog behavior modification classes. They handle all personalities from sweethearts to the dogs with challenges and quirks. There are no breed restrictions, no spay/neuter restrictions, and no temperament restrictions at their training facility. Click Here
Animal Rescue Relay (ARR) is a small 501(c)(3) IRS charitable organization dedicated to the transportation and re-homing of shelter and rescue animals. Click Here
Peaceful Passing offers Euthanasia and Aftercare services. The at-home Pet Euthanasia provides peaceful and compassionate euthanasia for pets.
Petful gives the best, most accurate information. Read about Pet food recall alerts, articles about pet health, safety, and life-saving information. Click Here
Support Pets offers Physician approved ESA Emotional Support Animal (ESA) certification to pet owners with conditions such as depression, anxiety and PTSD.
BBB accredited since 2020 "A" rating.
Walkee Paws offers the worlds first dog leggings for protect canine paws from germs, dirt, snow, and heated asphalt surfaces.
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K9 Mask uses N95, PM2.5, and a carbon filter to protect your pet from air pollution threats like smog, tiny PM2.5 toxins, emissions, smoke, dust, ash and bacteria.
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The Poop Fairies offers complete dog-waste removal service for yards, dog runs, pens, residential, commercial, HOAs, apartment complexes, and one-time services.
1. Choose pet insurance.
3. Ask your vet for payment options.
5. Host a group yard sale.
6. Use free or low cost clinics.
7. Ask friends or family.
8. Start a pet savings account.
9. Seek nonprofits such as Paws4aCure.
Does prescription pet food really work? or is it all a hype?
I've heard that prescription pet food will help manage some health issues. I also heard that prescription pet food can be used long term, but then again, I heard it can be used only for a short time.
Then I heard that prescription pet food is really no different than some store brand pet foods. Lastly, I've heard some folks step away from the all brands of manufactured pet food and feed their pet all natural homemade ingredients..... Good ol' fashion home cookin.
The controversy about Prescription Pet food versus manufactured pet food remain undetermined when it comes to which brand is the best for your dog. It's very confusing to us consumers.
From my own experience, my cat was diagnosed with pancreatitis, and my veterinarian recommended putting her on a prescription diet. I followed the instructions until the cost was pressing really hard on my wallet.
I started seeking out other food brands that had similar ingredients to the prescription food that she was prescribed. After a diligent search, I was fortunate to find a pet food brand that had similar ingredients with close percentage counts in both crude protein, crude fat, and moisture.
I was hopeful that it would work for my cat, and that she wouldn't have any trouble with the food that I wanted to try.
I tried it, and it was a success! She loved the flavor and ate it well. This food did not hurt her digestive system and she did not have any further complications. Its been a few years now, and she's still eating the same brand of cat food, and doing fine.
In my opinion, do plenty of research, check out different pet food brands, and compare ingredients. Or, if you are absolutely done with the whole pet food manufacturing ordeal, research natural homemade alternatives.
I've heard some pet owners give their pets a raw natural diet, and some pet owners will give them a cooked meal starting with the basic bland diet that veterinarians usually recommend, like no spice boiled chicken and rice, or cooked no spice beef and rice.
When you decide to choose what kind of diet you will be giving your pet, make sure to follow the dietary recommendations that your veterinarian will make according to the nutritional needs of your pet based on size, age, level of activity and breed.
I know you will make the best choice to keep your fur kid healthy.
Thank you for reading!
Cinnamon - Founder/CEO
Tiny Paws Fresno