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The 4 Step Lawn Program Guide

The 4 Step Lawn Program Guide

A healthy lawn is easy! We've got organic and non-organic programs for your lawn, as well as all the information you need for a thriving green lawn. Read below about the 4-step lawn programs and when they should be applied. Step 1 Nature’s cue is when forsythias are in full bloom! Apply in April or before the forsythia blossoms drop in your area. And remember, no seeding during Step 1. But if you want to seed with your 4-step program, we have options. Step 1 seeding option prevents crabgrass, while allowing you to seed. Grade, rake, seed, and then apply...

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Pets Safety During The 2024 Solar Eclipse

Pets Safety During The 2024 Solar Eclipse

On April 8th, 2024, a rare solar eclipse will occur, offering a breathtaking and awe-inspiring view of the sky. While many individuals will be excited to witness this natural phenomenon, it is important to remember that our furry friends may not share the same enthusiasm. Pets, especially dogs and cats, can be sensitive to changes in their environment, which makes it crucial for pet owners to take the necessary steps to ensure their safety and well-being during this event. One of the most important things to keep in mind when it comes to keeping pets safe during a solar eclipse...

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Paws for the Planet: Embracing Sustainability in the Pet Industry

Paws for the Planet: Embracing Sustainability in the Pet Industry

As we become more conscious of our environmental impact, the pet industry is also evolving to embrace sustainable practices. From eco-friendly pet nutrition to products that minimize our carbon pawprint, we can all contribute to a greener future in numerous ways. In this blog, we'll explore sustainable pet care practices, focusing on sustainable pet nutrition and eco-friendly pet products that align with our commitment to a healthier planet. Sustainable Pet Nutrition: Eco-Friendly Ingredients: Sustainable pet nutrition begins with conscious ingredient choices. Look for pet foods that incorporate eco-friendly ingredients, such as responsibly sourced proteins, organic produce, and grains that promote...

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Valentine’s Day: Pet-Friendly Practices

Valentine’s Day: Pet-Friendly Practices

A box of chocolate, a bouquet of flowers, and a candlelit dinner sounds like a romantic Valentine’s Day, but these have the potential to turn into a trip to the emergency room with your pet. From chocolate or flower toxicity to a singed tail, many Valentine’s Day norms pose risks to your furry friend’s health. With that being said, we encourage making pet-friendly decisions on this special day of love. Read further as we delve into what exactly this means! Flowers Be careful to avoid purchasing a bouquet of flowers that are toxic to your or your Valentine’s pets. For...

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National Pet Dental Health Month

National Pet Dental Health Month

Don’t turn your nose to dog (or cat) breath! That smelly odor could signify health issues for a pet. Dental disease is one of the most common conditions veterinarians see, and unfortunately few pets show obvious signs of issues. Yet 80% of dogs and 70% of cats will have some form of dental disease before their third birthday. Although pets don’t often get cavities, they are very susceptible to gum or periodontal disease—the number one illness found in both cats and dogs. These problems don’t simply just affect their mouth. They can have serious effects on major organs such as the liver,...

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