February is the month of love because Valentine's Day falls right in the middle. It's also pet dental month, so we'll talk about ways to love your pet by ensuring
their pearly whites are clean and healthy. If you're bringing home a new baby, ensure you introduce your pet the right way. Vet bills can be exorbitant.  We'll  talk about pet health insurance, if it's right for you, and how it can help with  some of those bills. All the informati on is right here in this month's  Pet Tips and Treats newsletter, which is filled with valuable information. Remember to watch for our periodic special discount "treat" just for you and your pet to enjoy. Don't forget to share the love and send our newsletter to others who also cherish their pets.

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February 2018

February brings lots of pet love with Love Your Pet Day, Pet Dental Health Month and Have a Heart for Chained Dogs Week. Make sure to love your dog extra this month, if that's possible.

Dog Training Education Month
National Cat Health Month
Responsible Pet Owners Month
National Prevent a Litter Month

Feb. 14, Valentine's Day
Feb. 14, Pet Theft Awareness Day
Feb. 18, World Whale Day
Feb. 20, Love Your Pet Day
Feb. 22, National Wildlife Day
Feb. 23, National Dog Biscuit Day
Feb. 27, National Polar Bear Day
Feb. 27, World Spay Day

Love Your Pet in February with a Dental Checkup for Pet Dental Health Month

You love your pet and fuss over her with the best toys, the best food and long walks. However, do you know the importance of your pet's oral hygiene? Just as you ensure your own teeth get checked and cleaned, it's just as important to have your pet's teeth cleaned and checked by the vet. February is a great month to show your pet dental love because it's Pet Dental Health Month

Bringing Home Baby: How to Introduce Your Pet to Your Infant

Your pet has been your first "baby." Now you're having a baby and want to make sure everything goes smoothly when you bring home your new bundle of joy.
The Pros and Cons of Pet Health Insurance

If you have a pet, you probably have heard about pet health insurance. Is it something to consider for your pet?

Amber Parsons, 

When Amber Parsons recently groomed an horribly matted Cocker Spaniel, she was not only able to groom the dog but was able to treat him. She alerted the dog's owner, who was unaware of the problem but was very grateful. For Amber, being a dog groomer is not just about cute haircuts, it's about connecting with animals and finding underlying issues to help them.

Amber has been grooming for 3 ½ years, having started out as a bather. "It's more than just a job; it's rewarding and fulfilling," she said. Working with animals runs in the family as "everyone in my family is either in the animal medical field or is grooming." As a groomer she can help find issues before they happen, which makes it rewarding.
She has been with Second Home for 9 months, and her favorite part of the job is that she is still learning.

The staff at Second Home is welcoming, and "everyone has accepted me into the little family we have created," she said.
"I love going into work," Amber said. "I get to learn a new dog every day. It's all about the animals there, whether it's a pig, a bird, a dog, a cat or a rabbit."
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