4 Tips for a Healthy, Happy Pet in the New Year

Snow has fallen in the Triangle! Winter has arrived, and the new year is right around the corner. During the holiday season we often think about ways to improve our health when the calendar turns to 2018. Our pets would also appreciate some healthy resolutions to make their new year great! Paws in the City is here to help families in Cary and the surrounding areas make healthy choices for happy pets now and throughout the year.

The pet experts at Paws in the City offer these four tips, some of which might benefit pet owners as well:

  • Get more exercise: Getting fit is on almost everyone’s list of resolutions, and the family pet should also be included. Just like humans, pets that exercise are less likely to become overweight and will have more energy. Bundle up the whole family and take a walk!
  • Eat healthy: Are these tips starting to sound familiar? The family pet also needs to have healthy meals and supplements to maintain a happy body. Paws in the City offers a wide range of natural and holistic foodsfor pets that can help them to live healthier lives. 
  • Go for a check-up: Pets need regular check-ups and preventative care, just like humans. Be sure that loved family pet is as healthy as can be, by visiting a professional veterinarian on a regular basis! Check out our list of helpful resources for the best in pet care in the Triangle.
  • Consider adding to the pet family with a rescue. The new year might be the right time to make a new pet happy. Research rescue groups in the Cary area and choose a pet that needs a loving family that could make everyone’s new year happy and healthy.

We extend our sincerest wishes for the best in the new year for our Triangle families and their pets. Please stop by our store, conveniently located in Tryon Village near Harris Teeter. We are always glad to answer questions and provide guidance to help make sure that Triangle pet owners can make the best decisions about pets and their care!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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3 Important Reasons Pets Should Not Be Holiday Presents

The holidays are upon us in the Triangle! Thanksgiving is just days away! The region is seeing and feeling cooler weather; travel plans and shopping for presents for family and friends are now tasks. Many people think a cute little puppy or kitten peering out of a brightly wrapped box, surprising a young child (or an adult) on Christmas morning, is the perfect present. In most cases, a pet is a wonderful addition to any family, especially if it is a shelter or rescue.

However, most Triangle-area veterinarians and pet care experts strongly advise against giving a pet as a gift or present, during the holiday season or at any other time of the year. At Paws in the City our team urges our customers to understand the reasons for important advice from area experts.

Paws in the City wants everyone to know that there are three reasons why pets do not make good holiday presents:

  • Puppies and kittens should never be a surprise to anyone any time of year: A pet is a living being that needs appropriate care and attention. Preparing for a new pet, emotionally and logistically, takes time and consideration. Adding a puppy or kitten to the family requires planning for who will take care of it, where it will sleep, how it will be fed, among many other considerations that should not be afterthoughts to a surprise present.
  • A child’s attention span gets shorter during and after the holidays: Giving a pet to a child, along with a myriad of new toys and games, only increases the chance that the child will not give the pet the attention it needs and deserves. There are too many distractions over the holidays, including parties, family gatherings, and more presents, for a child to manage all the challenges of properly taking care of a new pet.
  • It’s already a busy time of year: The holidays are usually hectic for most people, and end-of-year festivities put an even bigger strain on everyone’s time and energy. The last thing most families are looking to add is a new source of commotion!

While a pet might seem like a great present for a loved one, it can be a mistake that creates more stress than intended (for both the human and the pet). The pet nutrition experts at Paws in the City in Cary are dedicated to helping Triangle pet owners make the best decisions regarding pets and their care. We encourage everyone to visit our store, to see our full line of natural and holistic foods and treats that help keep pets healthy throughout the year!

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

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4 Important Points When Boarding Pets for the Holidays

The holidays are coming! And with Christmas and New Year, come family travel. Many pet owners in the Triangle and Cary, North Carolina, visit family members throughout the Northeast, Midwest, and across the country. Although we all love our pets and wish they could go with us everywhere, often they cannot be along for the ride. Holiday gatherings with strangers in close quarters, may not be a good place for our cats and dogs, so we must find appropriate boarding care for them.

In the Triangle area, there are a number of excellent boarding options available. When considering where to leave the beloved family pet for a few days, the staff at Paws in the City wants everyone to consider these four important points:

  • Check out the facility ahead of time: A reputable kennel should allow potential clients to tour the facility before committing to boarding a pet there. Check for cleanliness and assess the way the facility looks and smells. Also, check out the animals in their care to make sure they appear to be happy and healthy.
  • Determine whether the staff is attentive and pet-friendly: Pets tend to have a sense about people’s attitudes toward them. If the kennel’s staff does not pay enough attention to each pet, or if one of the staff member’s attitudes causes a negative reaction in a pet, that particular boarding facility may not be the right place.
  • Make sure pets will get their exercise: Ask the kennel what they provide in the way of exercise or walking time. A pet that is boarded for several days needs to get out and play! Providing the pet’s favorite toy might help the pet make the adjustment and have some fun while at the kennel.
  • Ask about immunizations. The facility should require all pets being boarded there to be up to date on their immunizations.

At Paws in the City, we want all of our customers and their pets to enjoy the holidays. Pets will be happier and healthier if they stay in a clean, attentive boarding facility while the family travels. We also encourage everyone to visit our store, to see our full line of natural and holistic foods and treats that help keep pets healthy throughout the year. We are conveniently located in Tryon Village in Cary, NC.

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5 Ways to Help Pets During Severe Weather

As the Triangle watches the active hurricane season, we remind all pet owners in the Cary, Morrisville, Raleigh, and Apex areas to remember their pets and protect them when making plans for severe weather in any season. Whether traveling to safer ground or hunkering down and riding out a storm, families need to prepare ahead of time to take care of themselves as well as their pets.

From the Paws in the City team, we offer five ways to help our pets through severe weather such as hurricanes, tornados, or a bad thunderstorm:

  • Prepare for a change in behavior: Some pets may have strong reactions to the loud noises of a major storm. It will be important to remain calm and try to reassure the pet. It might help to distract the pet by playing a favorite game. In many cases, the veterinarian may write a prescription for calming medication that can be used temporarily to ease the stress.
  • Keep pets inside and away from windows: Just as with children (and many adults!) the further away from the storm and its noises, the less anxiety there will be for the pet.
  • Check for pet-friendly hotels along the route: If it becomes necessary to evacuate, to move the family to higher or safer ground, call ahead of time to be sure any stops along the way are pet friendly. Sometimes, in extreme emergency situations, even a hotel that does not usually accept pets may change their rules. It’s best to know before hitting the road, though.
  • Take favorite toys. Another consideration when evacuating is making sure the pet feels safe and secure, by taking along familiar toys, blankets, and food.
  • Update and keep the pet’s medical records and identification. In case of separation, it will be important to have some sort of identification physically attached to the pet, in a tag or microchip. Medical records will be important to have if the pet needs care away from home during an emergency situation.

The fall can be a particularly stormy season in the Triangle. At Paws in the City, we want all of our customers and their pets to stay safe and healthy throughout the year. In our store, conveniently located in Tryon Village near Harris-Teeter, we offer a full line of natural and holistic foods and treats, so Triangle pets can continue to be healthy and happy. Stop by and check out our full line of products!

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3 Important Facts about Pet Nutrition in the Triangle

Dogs and cats in the Cary and Triangle need good nutrition to thrive and remain healthy. It is easy for pet parents to get overwhelmed by the many food options available. Often, a long look at the ingredients on a bag of pet food may be necessary to determine what is really inside the package. At Paws in the City, our team of professionals are committed to offering only natural and holistic pet food that uses high quality ingredients without the added fillers and by-products. What are some things to look for when choosing the right food for the family pet?

Paws in the City presents three basic and important facts about nutrition that will benefit dog and cat in owners and their pets in the Triangle area:

  • Be careful that sweet-tasting treats may contain too much sugar: Some commercial food and treat companies increase the sugar content in their products to stimulate taste receptors. However, cats can’t taste sweetness, and, even though dogs do taste sweetness, they have fewer taste receptors than humans.
  • Note that dogs and cats are not able to digest large amounts of grains: Check the labels on pet food to see if grain is listed as one of the first ingredients. Dogs and cats need food that is richer in protein, as their bodies are not designed for digesting food that contains too many grains.
  • Water is important for healthy pets: Just as humans need to drink a lot of water each day, pets also need a steady supply of fresh, clean water to keep their systems healthy. Water keeps bodies functioning properly, in pets and their owners. The family dog and cat need to have a water bowl filled so they can have a refreshing drink throughout the day.

At Paws in the City, we offer a full line of natural and holistic foods and treats, so Triangle pets can be healthy and happy. We are glad to help pet owners clarify all of the confusing information about nutritious ingredients in pet food and supplements. Stop by our store, conveniently located in Tryon Village, and check out our full line of products.

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4 Factors to Remember to Keep Pets Safe in the Triangle Summer

As temperatures hit the 90-degree mark and beyond, we are loving summer in the Triangle! At Paws in the City, our team of professionals are concerned about the health and well-being of all the wonderful pets in the Cary area in the hot summer months and throughout the year.

There are many fun outdoor activities for the family to do in the Triangle, including visiting the numerous parks and lakes around the region that are pet-friendly.

Paws in the City wants everyone to keep these four factors in mind for pet safety and summer fun:

  • Pet paws get hot on pavement and asphalt: Take the test – if a surface is too hot for a human to walk barefoot, it’s too hot for a dog or cat to walk on.
  • Pets can easily overheat: Know the signs. This is a good warning for humans, too. Heat stroke in pets is very similar. They can become disoriented, have difficulty breathing, or go into a stupor-like state. Keep pets and humans hydrated and cool!
  • All pets cannot swim: When taking pets around lakes, rivers, or even the neighborhood, lead them gradually into the water to be sure they are comfortable with it. Dogs may enjoy being out on the family boat, but they need to wear a life jacket like everyone else!
  • A pet’s hair actually protects it. Keep their fur trimmed and brushed, but do not shave the pet. While humans might like to get very short haircuts in the summer heat, pets actually need a layer of fur to protect them from sunburn.

Remember, good nutrition is important for keeping the family pet healthy this summer and throughout the year. At Paws in the City, we offer a full line of natural and holistic foods and treats, so Triangle pets can continue to be safe and healthy while enjoying the fun and sun of the Triangle summer. Stop by our store, conveniently located in Tryon Village, and check out our full line of products, including supplements and other items.

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3 Critical Tips for Keeping Triangle Pets Cool This Summer

Summer has arrived, although the date says it is still early! And it is heating up in the Triangle. Pets and their parents are enjoying being outdoors, walking the trails, playing in the park, and traveling to the picturesque mountains and the beautiful Carolina coast. In the Triangle, we tend to have some hot, humid weather and that means we need to find ways to keep ourselves and our pets cool and comfortable.

Whether hosting a weekend barbecue or going for a walk on a bright summer morning, keep these three critical tips in mind for cool, healthy pets this summer:

  • Stay hydrated: This is an important tip for pets and their humans. Summer sun and heat can dehydrate everyone quickly. Our Carolina humidity can make the air thick and sap our energy. For the family pet, make sure there is always refreshing water available. Throw a few ice cubes in to keep the water cold while pets are enjoying outdoor activities.
  • Never leave pets in a locked car: Even with the windows “cracked,” the inside temperature of a parked car can rise significantly – and dangerously – in a very short time. The Humane Society reports that “on an 85-degree day, for example, the temperature inside a car with the windows opened slightly can reach 102 degrees within 10 minutes.”
  • Maintain good nutrition: Summer time seems to be junk food time. Family picnics are filled with hot dogs, chips, and ice cream. For pets (and their humans!) good nutrition is important during the summer months, to maintain healthy bodies. At Paws in the City, we carry a complete line of natural, holistic foods and supplements that will help keep pets healthy throughout the hot Triangle summer.

At Paws in the City, we want to everyone to enjoy the fun and sun of the Triangle summer. We also want everyone to stay healthy and safe! Stop by our store

Please check out our full line of natural and holistic foods and treats designed to keep the family pet healthy and happy all year long. We are conveniently located in Tryon Village near Harris-Teeter.

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4 Important Considerations When Adopting a Rescue Pet in the Triangle

As Cary and much of the Triangle knows, Paws in the City places great importance on local pet adoption rescue, and shelter animals.  When considering a new pet for the family, think about whether a rescue pet would be a good fit. The need is great. According to Best Friend Pet Adoption, there are “more cats and dogs in need in the Triangle area than all the rescue groups and animal shelters can admit to their programs.” When searching for a new dog or cat in the greater Raleigh area, check out local rescue groups.

Keep in mind these four considerations when adopting a rescue pet:

  • Many rescue organizations do not have kennel locations: A rescue organization may not have a physical location. They generally work with foster families who will keep the pets until the organization finds a permanent home for them. The rescue organization may screen applicants first and then arrange for a meeting so the pet and new family can get to know each other, before allowing the adoption.
  • Older dogs need rescuing too: Puppies are adorable, but many rescue dogs are actually older and in need of adoption as well. Older dogs are generally settled in their ways, so they may actually be better suited for families looking for a calmer pet.
  • Rescue pets have often been mistreated or neglected: Keep in mind that a dog or cat being cared for by a rescue organization is not going to be perfect. They may have been abandoned or neglected by their previous owners. They will certainly be happy to have a healthy, loving home!
  • A rescue dog or cat can be a loving family addition: A rescue pet that is nurtured and treated well will become a loyal member of the family. Dogs and cats who have been rescued are eager to find a loving family to take care of them – and that they can love in return!

At Paws in the City, we are focused on the health of all cats and dogs in the Triangle area. We encourage our customers to help local rescue groups by volunteering, fostering, and adopting. Keep those new pets happy and healthy with our full line of natural and holistic foods and treats available in our store, conveniently located in Tryon Village near Harris-Teeter.

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3 Triangle NC Tips for Enjoying Pet Friendly Road Trips

Spring and summer are great times for Triangle families to be on the move! Whether heading out on a short trip to the coast, or making plans for an extended visit to see relatives and friends in other states, Cary-area families hit the roads when the weather brings warmth and sunshine. Packing the car and then finding ways for everyone to enjoy the trip can be a challenge. When the family cat or dog are included, there are even more things to consider when planning a road trip of any length.  

At Paws in the City, we want the entire family to enjoy a restful vacation or a visit to see friends and relatives. We know that everyone can enjoy the journey with the proper planning.

Our Paws in the City experts offer three helpful tips for taking the fur kid on the family trip:

  • Pet-friendly hotels: Pets are welcome at many of the larger hotel chains, as well as at some smaller independent motels. Ask when making the reservations. The hotel may charge an additional fee for the family pet, so be prepared. It will be heart-breaking to find out that great hotel the family plans to stay in for the week does not welcome the family pet.
  • Frequent stops: Kids and pets need more stops on a long road trip than their parents. The family pet will need to get out of the car and walk around a bit as much as possible. That’s not a bad idea for the human family members either! Of course, the pets (and kids) will need to use those stops for restroom purposes too!
  • Pet safety: Keep pets safe in the car with a well-ventilated pet carrier. Make sure the carrier is large enough so the pet can move around comfortably. The carrier should be secured in a seat so it will not be thrown around the vehicle in case of a sudden stop.

At Paws in the City, we believe in the importance of family, pets included. Take some time to enjoy the family trip and take the pet along!

First, stop by our store to stock up on the natural and holistic foods and treats that will make the family pet even happier.  Check out the wide selection at our store, conveniently located in Tryon Village near Harris-Teeter. Then enjoy the ride!

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4 Great Warm Weather Activities to Keep Pets Happy and Healthy

Ah, spring is coming soon in the Triangle! Flowers are blooming.  The sun is shining, and everyone wants to get outside and enjoy the spring weather in Cary and the surrounding areas. It is important to note that pets love being outdoors, as do humans.  At Paws in the City, we encourage pets and their owners to enjoy the warmer temperatures and the upcoming Easter holiday!

The professionals at Paws in the City recommend four great spring activities to help keep pets happy and healthy all year round:

  • Take a long walk: Pets love to explore new territory. Spring offers the perfect weather for a long walk for pets and their humans. Take some time after dinner or before breakfast and find a marked trail through the woods, a walking path through a park, or just stroll around the neighborhood.
  • Keep everyone hydrated: Temperatures in the Triangle can actually become relatively warm in the spring. Even though it is not quite “hot” yet, water is still essential for everyone when going outside and exercising. Pets and humans alike should have fresh water to enjoy as a cooling drink and to stay hydrated.
  • Eat healthy: The Easter season is filled with chocolate bunnies and sweet treats. Chocolate, in particular, can actually be toxic for a dog. Too much sugar is not healthy for pets or their humans. Check out our extensive selection of healthy treats and take a few along when going for that long walk.
  • Play: Break out the toys that have been stored all winter and get outside and play! Throw a ball, toss some rings, or enjoy the Carolina favorite game of corn hole. Pets love to chase after balls and other chewable items. Most of the time, they even bring their toys back to their humans so they can throw them out again for another chase!

At Paws in the City, we encourage everyone to get outside and enjoy the fresh spring air. Stay healthy and happy and keep those pets happy and healthy by being active, eating healthy, and staying hydrated.

Take a few minutes to stop by our store and check out our natural and holistic foods and treats! We are conveniently located in Tryon Village near Harris-Teeter.

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