One of the most common complaints from pet owners is that their pet is disruptive or destructive when left at home alone. Their dogs may bark, chew, dig, and urinate or defecate in the home. These problems may indicate that a dog needs to be taught some manners but they
Now that there is snow on the ground and temperatures are very low, we need to keep in mind our pet’s safety as well as our own. Here are some tips on keeping your pets safe during this wintry weather. • Indoor pets typically receive less exercise during cold weather
The holidays are a cheerful time for humans and pets alike. However, it’s a busy time of the year and it’s easy to become distracted and overlook prospective dangers to our four-legged friends. Use these tips to protect your pet this holiday season. 1. Gift Wrap Ribbon • It’s always
Thanksgiving dinners are meant for sharing but not everything on your table is safe for your pet. Some foods are safe and even healthy for your pets but some are completely off limits. Here’s is a list of foods that are dangerous for your pet to ingest and a list
With the holidays coming up, many people are making plans to travel out of town to see family. Many pet owners prefer to take their pet along because the holiday season isn’t quite complete without our furry friends. But traveling can be highly stressful for your pets. Here are some
To help prevent cold weather dangers from affecting your pet’s health, please take into consideration the following advice: Never shave your dog down to the skin in winter. A longer coat will provide more warmth. If your dog is long-haired and needs to be groomed, trim him instead. If your
This time of year is quite enjoyable for many of us. The colorful leaves, brisk fall breezes, and a break from the hot summer weather. For your pets, however, fall may be more of an unpleasant experience. The following tips will help make the transition into a new season more
Halloween is right around the corner! It can be a fun time for the whole family, including your pet. Here are a few tips on how to make the holiday fun and safe for your pet. Costumes: Some pets really enjoy getting dressed up. They love the attention they get!
Kitten season is in full swing, and we are seeking more volunteer foster care providers! Foster care providers feed the babies and help them eliminate waste. Bottle feeding is around the clock at times and can be every hour… or every 3 to 4 hours. The timeframe for fostering could
Update about Digby, the dog featured in our video yesterday: He found a new home! Thanks to everyone who shared his first video, sent us messages, and called us about this loveable guy.
Digby says howdy! If you’re looking for a friendly and loving family dog, look no further. This sweetheart is pretty laidback and good with children and cats. He likes hugs and kisses. Digby enjoys playing with squeaky toys, and he also likes to play fetch and tug. Digby is a