May is National Pet Month, and PetMeds® is helping pet parents celebrate with easy, pet-friendly recipes and a month-long giveaway featuring antibacterial pet bowls and a chance to win the grand prize, a wood pet feeder. For the month of May, pet parents and animal lovers are celebrating National Pet Month by showing appreciation to their favorite furry family members. It’s a time to celebrate all of the goodness domesticated […]
Heartworm disease can be fatal, but fortunately, it’s easy to prevent this disease from needlessly occurring in so many pets.
Most pet parents know that cats and dogs need heartworm protection, but may not realize why year-round protection is necessary. In honor of Heartworm Awareness Month, and to help our with your pet’s heartworm prevention needs, PetMeds® is giving away a $100 gift certificate. Heartworm disease is one of the deadliest health conditions that affect dogs and cats. With the wide availability of heartworm preventative medications, it’s also one of […]
In many regions of the United States, winters are becoming shorter and milder, which means fleas and ticks are becoming active earlier each year. To help pet parents protect their four-legged family members from spring weather pests, PetMeds® is giving away Fight the Bite Prevention Prize Packs to 8 winners. Climate change has led to record-breaking high temperatures during the winter season in many regions of the United States. Spring […]
Heart disease is one of the most common degenerative conditions seen in senior pets, occasionally presenting as a genetic condition in young companion animals.
Dental disease in pets is common but can be prevented with daily at-home care. To help raise awareness, PetMeds® is giving away dental care packages to 8 lucky pet parents. February marks Pet Dental Health Month, sponsored by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA.) In recognition of the month-long event, PetMeds® is helping to raise awareness of dental disease in dogs and cats by giving away dental care packages. According […]
As we make New Year’s resolutions to get healthier, it is also important to remember our animal companions.