2 Fun Games You Can Play Outside With Your Dog

Dog Ball

Dogs love to play, and our dog park makes it easy to play with your pup in a safe area with plenty of room for running. Here are two fun games you can play with your furry friend in our dog park. Doggy Basketball: You’ll need a large container such as a bucket or laundry basket and a ball your dog can carry. Tell your dog to sit and have him watch … [Read more...]

Keep Your Pooch Active When You Take Her on a Run

Dog Walk

Running is great exercise for both you and your pup, but dogs aren't as well suited for long runs as their human counterparts. Here are a few tips to keep your pup active when you go for a run. No Pulling: It’s important to teach your dog not to pull on the leash while you’re running. Your dog’s natural instinct is to stop and sniff when … [Read more...]

Top 3 Small Pets to Bring Into Your Apartment

Pet Rabbit

Owning a pet is a rewarding experience, but you aren't limited to just cats and dogs. Here are three small animals that make great pets for your apartment. Rabbits: These little bundles of fur make wonderful pets and have a lifespan of five to 10 years. They can easily be trained to use a litter box and walk on a leash. They also come when called and … [Read more...]

3 Tricks for Getting Your Cat Used to Your New Home

Here are some tips to help you cat adjust to living here at your pet-friendly Ocala apartment community.  Source: morgueFile

You're getting ready to move into your new pet friendly apartment at the Estates at Heathbrook and the last thing you want is for your cat to be upset with all the changes. These great tips will help make her feel right at home in no time. Routine is very important to a cat. Even before all the boxes have been unpacked, try to continue the same schedule … [Read more...]

3 Common Questions About Cat Health

Here are some questions and answers for anyone who recently adopted a kitten or adult cat here at your pet-friendly Ocala apartment community.   Source: morgueFile

Pets are an important part of the family, but they can't always tell us what is wrong. To help ease your worry, we have collected answers to three common questions about cat health. Excessive hair loss or patchy hair loss  accompanied by inflamed skin is not normal. Hair loss is caused by scratching due to flea infestation, allergies or other skin … [Read more...]