Posts Tagged ‘pet care’

6 Tips for Finding a Pet Sitter


Sometimes we can’t take our pets with us. So what do you do? You can board your pet at your local vet or find a daycare that does boarding. You could also find a neighbor or a friend who may be able to stop by and feed your cat or bird. If your pet has [...]

5 Tips to Reduce Dandruff


Cold weather and then dry heat in a house can cause dry skin on us and our pets. While there’s nothing we can do about the weather, we can deal with the dandruff that our pets have and help them not feel as uncomfortable. Here are 5 tips for reducing dandruff: Regular grooming – regular [...]

7 Reasons You Need a Pet


Having a pet helps reduce stress, can keep us in shape, and counter loneliness. If you have been thinking of getting a pet or haven’t had one for a few years. Here’s 7 reasons you need to make 2016 the year you get a pet:   Companionship – loneliness can be tough and may lead [...]

5 Valentine’s Day Safety Tips


Your best friend, always happy to see you, loves to snuggle… sometimes it really feels like pets are better than other people. This Valentine’s Day don’t forget to give them a little extra TLC but while you’re at it, keep them safe too. 5 Tips to Keep Your Pets Safe This Valentine’s Day Keep the [...]

Trimming Your Dog’s Nails


Some dogs don’t mind having their nails trimmed. Others may pull away, try to nibble your hand, or hide. If you want to get your dog used to nail trimming, try to desensitize her to the clippers. Start by getting them used to having their feet touched. Offer a reward. Rub your hand up and [...]

6 Thanksgiving Foods To Avoid Giving Your Pet


Thanksgiving is right around the corner. No matter how much your dog or cat begs for food, don’t let them have it. Here’s a list of 6 foods to not give them Stuffing – thanksgiving stuffing is often made with salt, onions, garlic, and other ingredients. The ingredients can be toxic to pets and cause [...]

Benefits of Walking A Dog

Bid Dog and Little Dog

We know it’s good to walk our dogs. It teaches them how to walk on a leash, gets us moving, and helps socialize our pups with the outside world. But on hot days, rainy days, cold winter mornings, and after a long day at work, walking is the last thing we want to do… right? [...]

That’s Not Food! Strange Things Pets Have Eaten


When I worked at an animal shelter, the clinic across the way told us they removed two yo-yos from a dog’s stomach and various hair ties. A friend of mine had a dog that had eaten quarters. And I’ve pulled rubber bands from a dog’s butt in my lifetime, which I hope to never had [...]

Halloween Safety Tips


The candy is bought, the pumpkins are carved, and the costumes are on but what about your pet? There are some precautions to take to make sure your pets are safe and not stressed during this holiday. 6 Halloween Safety Tips No treats! The candy in the bowl by the door needs to stay out [...]

Territorial Urination and How to Curb It


Dogs are territorial and like to protect, establish, and mark what is theirs. Territorial marking is different than just peeing. While it can be a big puddle, sometimes it’s nothing more than a few drops around the house. It’s not spiteful though, it’s a sign of insecurity. If a dog senses that the area is [...]

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