Just a few more days in February, which is National Pet Dental Health Month!!! Have you looked at your pooch’s teeth recently? We have treats, water additives, food additives, toothbrushes/toothpaste, drops, and more that can help with that plaque and tartar buildup (which can be the cause of that stinky breath!) for you to check out and keep up with the dental health of your furry friend!!!
We have our giving tree in the store set up for people like you to give donations to our kitties in the cat sanctuary housed in the store! All donations go directly to and benefit Animal Rescue of the Rockies cats and kittens. The Cat Casita’s wishlist includes: dry cat kibble, canned cat food, cat toys, cat beds, blankets, cat treats, dish soap, laundry soap, and bleach. Help make this holiday season a little merrier for our rescue felines at High Paw!
We are SO PROUD of our boy Andre and his recent fame!!! He is using his handsome looks and huge size to promote his friends looking for furrever homes in the Cat Casita (Animal Rescue of the Rockies Cat Sanctuary downstairs in High Paw)
Calling all people (and pooches!) that use the Park County Fairgrounds dog park! We are sponsoring a clean up event from 8am-10am on Saturday, May 16th 2015 to help clean up the park after all the winter use it has gone through. We want to continue to be able to use this area and cleaning up after our pets is one huge way to let everyone know that we appreciate this facility!
Coffee and hot chocolate will be provided for the pet parents, and treats will be provided for your pooch!
Scoops and baggies will also be provided, but please bring gloves if you desire!
Most of us have heard of heartworms, but don’t really know what they are. Heartworms are spread by mosquitos and can potentially lead to a deadly infection in your pet! Heartworms are actual worms that can grow to be 14 inches long as adults and live in the heart, arteries, and the lungs of the infected animal. This disease is completely preventable and has been diagnosed in all 50 states.
We all want the best for our pooch or kitty, so what are the best diet options for them? We don’t all have the time to make the ideal home made meals for our pets, so what are the best foods we can buy for them at our local pet food store? Check out what renowned vet Dr. Becker suggests!
Your pet’s dental health may be more important than you think! Stinky breath can be a sign of problems, and pet periodontal disease can even lead to systemic problems. Bacterial infection can spread from the mouth to the heart and heart valves, kidneys, and liver.