Pet Photos with Santa: Coming Back this Month

Santa Pics

‘Pet Photos’ with Santa is back this month! Do you have a holiday scarf picked out for your dog or cat? We’re already planning for the holiday season, so we wanted to ensure you had dates well in advance for this photo shoot at all three of our stores. A new festive backdrop will be…

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Why Are My Chickens Losing All Their Feathers?

Grubs

When Do Chickens Molt? Expert Janet Garman, author of “50 Do-It-Yourself Projects for Keeping Chickens” tells us that as daylight begins to shorten, it’s time for molting season. The chickens may lose feathers!  That is certainly the case with our chickens. I have one silver-laced Wyandotte that is going through a hard molt. I feel…

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Official Grand Opening of Salty’s Pet Supply Online Store

Shop 24/7 When It’s Convenient Salty’s Pet Supply Customers Can Now Buy Products Online, Pick-up in Store (Staff Will Run Orders Out to You!)  Salty’s Pet Supply is offering customers a new alternative to shopping in-store for the days where errands are virtually impossible.  Now anyone can shop 24 hours a day, seven days a…

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How to Care for a Blind Dog: Training Tips

How to Care for a Blind Dog

Living with a blind dog requires time and patience. Whether your dog is a senior and lost his vision as he aged or your dog was born blind, there are many ways to help him navigate through life. Remember that your dog’s nose is a powerful tool; he’ll use this to determine what is safe…

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Greyhound Adoptions: Q&A with Greyhound Pet Adoption Northwest

The Greyhound breed has become increasingly popular over the years and was one of the first breeds at the American dog shows. According to an article in Wide Open Pets, “Historically, Greyhounds have been used as hunters due to their great speed – they are the fastest breed of dog, reaching top speeds of over…

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Pets and Climate Change

National Geographic tells us when it comes to the state of California, “The state is just hotter and drier than it used to be, and that’s driving a trend toward larger fires.” If the hottest and driest summers have all occurred in the last 20 years, then we need to start preparing with, at the…

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