Baby it’s Cold Outside!

Winter weather is on its way and just like us, pets react to, and are affected by the colder temperatures.  Easy tips to keep your pet safe and healthy are – read more –

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Keep your pets warm and keep in mind that if it is too cold for you outside, it is probably too cold for your pet.  If your pet live outdoors year around, make sure you supply proper shelter, insulation and protection from wind and snow.

Anti-freeze is great for to keep your car running in low temperatures but the ethylene glycol it contains is poisonous to your pet.  Don’t let your 4-legged friends drink from puddles or have access to your garage unsupervised.  Pets should also not be left alone in cars for long periods of time in below freezing temperatures.

Watch the ice! Lakes, rivers and ponds may look like they are safe for walking across, but the depth of ice can be deceiving.  You and your pets should keep off frozen bodies of water.

Winter walking is a great way to get exercise and spend time with your pet but remember that the salt and ice melt can irritate the pads of your pet’s feet.  Keep a wet cloth handy to wipe down their paws when you come in from a walk. 

Outdoor cats make seek the warmth of under the hood of cars that have just pulled into garages or driveways. Knock on the hood of the car to scare away any animal that may have taken refuge near a heat source.

Emergency survival kit for you and your pet.  Winter brings snow storms that make it impossible to leave the house. Make sure you have enough supplies for your human and pet family.  Don’t forget to include a winter kit in your car in case you get stranded in below freezing weather.


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The Story of Beautiful Joe

Beautiful Joe is an autobiographical book told in the narrative of Joe himself, an Airedale, bull terrier, fox terrier mixt from Meaford, Ontario.  The novel, written by Margaret Saunders in 1893, is a fictionalized account of the dog’s survival after being cruelly abused and near death when rescued by Walter Moore, of Meaford.  Joe was given the name “Beautiful Joe” to

National Take a Hike Day

It is time to go take a hike, in the most positive of ways.  Today we are celebrating National Take a Hike day.  CanEVA PEOPLE and PETS is a natural elk velvet product to increase vitality, joint health and mobility.  No matter what your age, or that of your Pet walking is a healthy way to increase circulation, muscle strength and heart function.  Send us pictures of your hike and we’ll post them on our social media.

National Cook for Your Pets Day

CanEVA PETS is celebrating Cook for your Pets Day with an easy no bake recipe for dog treats! Add CanEVA PET elk velvet antler powder for older pets with mobility issues or if your pet requires a supplement to recover from an injury.   The autumnal recipe starts with

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1 cup pumpkin puree

1/4 cup peanut butter

1/4 cup skim milk

3 cups old fashioned oats, divided

1 scoop of CanEVA Pet powder

DIRECTIONS: In the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with the paddle attachment, beat pumpkin puree, peanut butter, CanEVA and milk on medium-high until well combined, about 1-2 minutes. Gradually add 2 1/2 cups old fashioned oats at low speed, beating just until incorporated. Using a teaspoon for pets under 10 pounds and a tablespoon for larger pets, roll the mixture into 1-to-1 1/2-inch balls. Cover balls in remaining 1/2 cup old fashioned oats, pressing to coat. Cover and place in the refrigerator until firm, about 1 hour.  You can refrigerate in airtight container for up to 1 week.

Nov. 7, 2019: National Canine Lymphoma Awareness Day

Canine lymphoma is the most common hematopoietic tumor affecting pet dogs, and it frequently can be readily diagnosed by a physical examination and inserting a fine-needle into the enlarged lymph nodes for examination. Treatment of canine lymphoma with systemic chemotherapies is typically highly rewarding, with the majority of dogs responding positively, with correlative improvements in quality of life and

Difference between Elk and Deer Antler

Deer and Elk Velvet Antler are very similar in many ways.  Elk (Cervus canadensis) is the largest of the deer species.    The weight and size of an Elk antler can be up to 1/3 larger than their deer cousin.  The velvet from both animals is similar in active ingredients and mineral content and both have been recognized in traditional Chinese Medicine for over 2,000 years for vitality, energy and inflammation. 

Happy Canadian Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving!  As we sit down to dinner with the family to celebrate this holiday it is important to recognize, that even though our four legged family friends love to join in on all things family, inviting them to a traditional Thanksgiving dinner is not the bet thing for them!

We share with you the top Thanksgiving Foods That Are Bad for Cats and Dogs

Stuffing: Thanksgiving dressing is often made with onions, scallions or garlic. Ham: Ham and other pork products can cause pancreatitis, upset stomach, vomiting and diarrhea. .Turkey Bones. Mashed Potatoes. Salads with Grapes/Raisins. And all desserts, but in particular those containing Chocolate!.

Pet Wellness Month!

So much is going on in October regarding pets and the people who love them!  This month is recognized as pet wellness month.  The health of your pets is important not just for your dog or cat, but also for you!  The primary two things you can do for your pet’s health is diet and exercise.  A recognized nutritious diet with the required nutrients goes a long way to keeping your pet healthy.  Read the labels and look for the calories, proteins and grain content.  Your pet can’t read…but you can!  The more exercise you and your pet get, the better you will be.  No matter what size of dog you have, a good walk, ball chasing, playing games and agility are all important.  Don’t forget that house cats need exercise too.  Spend time with a feather, a lure on a stick or a catnip toy and get your cat moving.  For older pets who are having difficulty with mobility due to joint pain or injury try CanEVA Pet to keep your 4-legged friends in step with nature.