Visitors can upset pets, as can the noise and excitement of holiday parties. Even pets that aren’t normally shy may become nervous in the hubbub that can accompany a holiday gathering. The following tips will reduce emotional stress on your pet and protect your guests from possible injury. All pets should have access to a comfortable,… Continue reading Hosting Holiday Parties and Your Pet
Toys, a leash, important medication—these are no-brainers when you’re preparing to vacation with your dog or cat. Because such a vacation takes so much preparation—especially if you’re traveling with a pet for the first time—it’s virtually impossible to leave these essentials at home. Other items? They might not even cross your mind. But without them,… Continue reading Pet Items to Bring on Vacation
February is National Pet Dental Health Month and a great time to start regularly brushing your furry friend’s teeth. Many pet stores and veterinarians’ offices sell toothpastes and tooth brushes specifically for dogs and cats. A special tip from some veterinarians is that we should think of our pets’ teeth similar to how we think… Continue reading Pet Dental Health Month
Your dog is the love of your life! No need to sign up for dating sites, just look down, they are right there! They always show their affection. They love long walks. They will make you laugh. They are always excited to see you! They love to reenact classic movie moments! They can lay out… Continue reading Your Valentine – Your Dog!