Get Smart About Antibiotics for Your Pets

On November 14-20, the CDC recognized “Get Smart About Antibiotics Week,” which aims to raise awareness of the proper usage of antibiotics. As animals are often also prescribed human medications, we wanted to take this time to teach our families about proper antibiotic dosing in pets.

One important thing to remember is, like humans, antibiotics […]

Celebrating National Animal Safety and Protection Month

From pets to wild creatures, animals play a vital part of our daily lives, such as companionship and sources of nutrition. That’s why it’s important to protect all animals; big or small, feathered, scaled, hoofed, pawed, or otherwise – and to understand the key ways in which to care for them in their time […]

Dog-friendly Recreation Areas on Long Island


It’s safe to say that pets and their owners both get tired of being cooped up indoors. YOU might have the chance to spend a few hours at a local park, but can your dog come along? The good news is that there are an increasing numbers of Long Island parks and recreation […]

Learning the Signs of Animal Cruelty


A few months ago, a pet groomer in San Mateo, California made headlines when he arrested on suspicion of animal cruelty after a dog died in his care. The dog was bleeding from the mouth and had difficulty breathing, and an x-ray of the dog revealed two broken ribs and a punctured lung.

Sadly, […]

Cool Off at the Beach during These Dog Days of Summer


Many Long Island beaches allow pets in the off-season, between Labor Day and Memorial Day. But if you and your dog both want some respite from the heat, there are a few local beaches that are dog-friendly year-round! Here are our top picks:

Shadmoor State Park, Montauk: This outlier is a great destination […]