StrixNB Oral Care Products

StrixNB oral care products are proven safe and effective for maintaining and promoting good oral hygiene. Product testing has shown a 25% reduction in overall tartar buildup and an 82% reduction in bad breath. StrixNB contains binding agents that attach to magnesium, calcium and iron – this helps remove the bacteria’s food source which weakens the tartar. All the StrixNB products are free from alcohol, xylitol, and chlorhexidine.



Importance of spaying your pet

Spaying your pet

cat-19106_960_720Spaying removes the ovaries and uterus from your female animal, preventing them from coming into heat, convincing, carrying a  pregnancy and giving birth. This is a surgical procedure performed under general anesthesia by a veterinarian. The recovery time for you pet is about 24-72 hours until they are feeling back to normal, however recovery time for your pet’s body to heal is about 10-14 days. It is during this 2 week recovery period your pet will need to wear an e-collar so not to disturb the surgery site and will need to stay rested and not engage in any activity.


Osteosupport Plus Chews

Osteosupport chews provide key nutrients to maintain healthy joint tissues and promote sound joint movement and strength. They are recommended for dogs with arthritis or other joint conditions affecting mobility. This product is an “all-in-one” joint care supplement, eliminating the need to use multiple supplements.



Feline Breed Spotlight: Snowshoe

The Snowshoe cat!


The Snowshoe is a fairly new breed of cat and is considered a rare breed. This breed was created by breeding Siamese cats to American shorthairs, resulting in a sturdy cat with markings of a white nose with an inverted “V” shape and white paws. The rarity of these cats is due to the difficultly of reproducing the proper breed standard markings. The Snowshoe originated in the United States in the 1960’s.



Feline Breed Spotlight: Scottish Fold

The Scottish Fold!


In 1961 at a farm in Scotland, a barn cat with uniquely folded ears was found. She was the first recognized Scottish Fold cat. When this cat had kittens, half had folded ears, and the other half of the litter had upright ears. A cat fancier took one of the folded ear kittens and with the help of a geneticist, they began to breed Scottish Fold kittens. These cats we originally called “lop-eared cats”, before acquiring the name Scottish Fold.