How to Trick or Treat Safely With Your Dog
How to Trick or Treat Safely With Your Dog
Ghouls, ghosts, witches, beware! Halloween is here! We know how exciting it is to trick-or-treat with the whole family, pups included! But with the flashing lights and tree goblins, dogs can easily become frightened by the various creatures roaming the streets. Click to learn some simple tips on how you can help keep your pup cool, calm, and collected this all Hallows Eve.
Benefits of Pumpkin in your Pet's Diet
Benefits of Pumpkin in your Pet's Diet
You may love carving pumpkins this time of year, but did you know that pumpkin is actually a nutritious ingredient for your pet?  There are various health benefits to adding pumpkin to your pet's diet, ranging from improved digestion to better hydration. Serving nutritious food is integral to good health for your...
Reminders on Proper Habitat & Enclosure Temperatures
Reminders on Proper Habitat & Enclosure Temperatures
It is getting cooler outside which means it is time to check your temperatures. Reptiles, small animals, fish, even our dogs, and cats are likely to be impacted by the change in season so check out our latest blog on proper habitat temperatures to ensure your pet is comfortable all winter long!
Snake Bites in Your Dog
Snake Bites in Your Dog
Snakebites are relatively common in dogs, and it’s important to understand that those bites can sometimes be fatal. Dogs love to explore their surroundings, and a colorful snake or rattling tail isn’t necessarily going to deter them. Oregon is home to two subspecies of the western rattlesnake, the state's only...
How to Help Your Pet Adjust To Your Return to Office
How to Help Your Pet Adjust To Your Return to Office
With many of us working from home during the pandemic, our beloved pets have gotten used to having us close by most of the time, but things are beginning to change, and as we return to the office it’s important to help prepare our pets for the big change --...
Pet Toxins & Algae Blooms - What You Need to Know
Pet Toxins & Algae Blooms - What You Need to Know

Every year, the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center releases their “Top 10” list of nationwide pet toxins. We’ll cover them in this article as well as another very dangerous toxin that’s common in Oregon’s bodies of water during summer and early fall: Blue-green algae blooms.

How Honey Can Benefit Your Dog
How Honey Can Benefit Your Dog
A common ingredient in natural dog treats, honey is safe for most dogs to eat in small amounts. Honey is reported to have multiple health benefits, but before you start feeding your dog honey, it’s important to take everything into consideration, and talking to your vet is always a good...
Bee and Wasp Stings in Your Cat or Dog
Bee and Wasp Stings in Your Cat or Dog
One of the most delightful parts of our furry friends’ personalities is their curiosity. But that same curiosity can get them into trouble sometimes! Sniffing a bee or pouncing on a wasp or hornet are common ways that cats and dogs can get hurt. Here’s what you need to know...
Treat Your Pet to a Spa Day
Treat Your Pet to a Spa Day
With human and pet spas alike having stringent requirements and weird hours, it can be hard to find that "me time" for you or your pet. Why not do it together? Treat your pet to a spa day with this handy guide.
How Pet Food is Made
How Pet Food is Made
Pet food for dogs and cats comes in a variety of forms. As a pet owner you’re likely familiar with the most common types, wet and dry foods, which are typically nutritionally complete and have all the nutrients your pet needs in properly balanced proportions. These days, raw foods and...
Does Your Dog Have Allergies?
Does Your Dog Have Allergies?
A lot of pet owners don’t realize that dogs have allergies much like we do. Their allergies just manifest themselves in different ways. For us it might look like sneezing or congestion -- for dogs it often looks like itchiness or red, irritated skin.
Allergies are common in dogs and can be tricky to diagnose, but with your veterinarian’s advice and some persistence, you’ll be able to find some relief for your pup. 
A History of Pets on Broadway
A History of Pets on Broadway
Pets on Broadway was founded in 1990 in the same building that stands on the corner of NE Broadway and 28th today. Its founder, Steve Benton, moved to Portland from LA in the late 1970s and worked at a post office for several years. Having worked at a pet store...