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Wondercide

Fleas, ticks and mosquitoes: Summer’s pests! Summer is approaching quickly and Ventura county is warming up.  Unfortunately, this means that fleas, ticks, mosquitoes and other pests will be out to bother us and our pets.  Not only are they a real nuisance, but these vectors spread diseases, cause allergic reactions, and are a severe health hazard for animals and people.   …

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Dental Health for your Dog and Cat

Make stinky dog breath a thing of the past! A lot of dog and cat owners have pretty much accepted that bad breath is something they have to live with.    Although bad breath makes us distance ourselves from our pets (because who wants hot, stinky, air  in their face?) dental health is important not just to make us happy to …

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Nature’s Logic: Treat your pet to whole food nutrition

What makes Nature’s Logic such an exciting product?  Their founder, Scott Freeman, wanted to make a unique pet food that provides essential nutrients through 100% natural ingredients. This means that unlike other pet foods there are no synthetic supplements.  Nature’s Logic has undergone the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) testing, and is substantiated for all life stages.  This …

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Bunny Brigade Hops into Ventura Pet Barn

Looking for Some Bunny to Love? If you have been thinking about adopting a pet, but you aren’t sure what’s right for you, consider adopting a rabbit from Ventura County Animal Service’s Bunny Brigade! VCAS’ Bunny Brigade holds adoption events at Ventura Pet Barn on the 3rd Sunday of every month so you can meet some of the  bunnies that …

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Revitalize Your Dog’s Diet With The Bones & Co

Whole Foods Equal Healthier Pets Humans recognize that how well we eat has a direct effect on our energy levels, health, longevity, and overall well being.  For our pets it’s no different!  Our domestic dogs and cats have evolved to eat fresh, raw foods…including meat, bones, and organs.  Pet owners and experts have noticed huge positive changes in their pets’ …