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Check out our new store! 318 Springfield Ave.

Check out our new store! 318 Springfield Ave.
  • We are officially OPEN at our new location! Come by and see us at 318 Springfield Ave in Summit (we now have a parking lot).
  • We had a fun moving day with friends and family! 
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Summer Heat is Dangerous to Dogs in Parked Cars

With the summer heat here we need to share this message from Dr. Ernie Ward. Thanks!

Vet Sits In Parked Car With Windows Cracked On A Hot Day

Dr. Ernie Ward

Video Source:Click Here

*Dog & Cat Food Recall*

Natura has announced a recall on all Innova, EVO, California Natural, Karma, and Healthwise dry foods with a expiration date on or before March 24, 2014.

Learn More:Pet Food Recall

ASPCA List of Toxic and Non-Toxic Plants

See excerpt below from ASPCA website to learn about toxic and non-toxic plants.

“This list contains plants that have been reported as having systemic effects on animals and/or intense effects on the gastrointestinal tract. Please note that the information contained in our plant lists is not meant to be all-inclusive, but rather a compilation of the most frequently encountered plants…”

Visit ASPCA.org to see full list: ASPCA List of Toxic and Non-Toxic Plants

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Faux Paws Proudly Presents Max!

Faux Paws Proudly Presents Max!

Maxine aka “Max”

Maui, Hawaii

Max is a five year old (young) fun loving pure bread German Shepherd.  She loves long walks with her biggest fans (Chelsea Heller and Chelsea Kohl), playing at the beach, running like the wind to fetch a fun toy, and simply cruising Maui Style.

Max loves Faux Paws Wholesome Pet Shop!  On Special Holidays, Nikki and Sue send Max boxes of scrumptious goodies and fun toys.  Max loves Bully Sticks, glow in the dark toys, fancy collars, and cake pops from Faux Paws!  She is one of Faux Paws Wholesome Pet Shop’s biggest Hawaii fan! ‘

Max is Faux Paws Pet Shop pet of the month for April

Max is the pet of the month with her toyclose up of maxmax cruising maui style


ShooTAGs in stock!

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We absolutely love this chemical free flea/tick product and have had great success with our 2 dogs. Check out the video to learn more about this amazing product.

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Chronic Ear Infections in Canines

Whole Dog Journal contributor CJ Puotinen reports on canines who suffer from chronic ear infections.

“Chronic ear infections are the bane of long-eared dogs, swimming dogs, recently vaccinated puppies, old dogs, dogs with an abundance of ear wax, and dogs with allergies, thyroid imbalances, or immune system disorders. In other words, ear infections are among the most common recurring canine problems…”

Want to learn more read CJ Puotinen’s full article here: Chronic Ear Infections in Canine


Dog-to-Dog Introductions

Whole Dog Journal contributor Pat Miller explains how to safely introduce your canine to other dogs, dog socialization, nervous puppies, and aggressive dogs.

“You’re contemplating the addition of another canine family member to your pack. You’ve thought it through and are convinced that it’s the right time. Perhaps you have your eye on a homeless dog at your local shelter or a rescue dog staying temporarily in a foster home. Maybe the long-awaited puppy from that carefully researched breeder is due soon, or a friend or family member has asked you to take in a dog that they must rehome. However you plan to acquire your new canine companion, if you already have dogs in your home, you’ll need to prepare for the potentially stressful process known as “new dog introduction…”

Read Pat Miller’s full article here: Properly Socializing Your Canine for Dog-to-Dog Introductions


Interesting Pet Vaccinations Article

This article by Dr. Nancy Kay discusses the frustration and risks surrounding the over-vaccination canines and felines.

Spot Speaks – Dr. Nancy Kay