5 Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Your Pet

St. Patrick's Day Fun With Your Pet Dog

I Want To Catch A Leprechaun I want to catch a leprechaun. Maybe i’ll set a trap. I wonder where they like to hide? I wish I had a map! I hope I find a leprechaun. Will he fit in my hand? I’ve heard they like gold and clovers, and come from Ireland. ~ Author unknown Here we are in the month of March, and even though Easter lands in March this year, I have to admit, that St. Paddy’s day is one of my all time FAV holidays…. and not just because I am Irish! Today, I would love … Continue reading

What Does It Mean to Be a Responsible Pet Owner?

Responsible Pet Owners for Proper Parenting

With February being Responsible Pet Owner Month, it got me thinking… What does it mean to be a responsible pet owner? What does it mean to me, what does it mean to you, and finally, what does it mean in society’s eyes? Is a responsible pet owner the same thing as being a responsible parent? Today, I’m going to share some things which I think make someone a responsible pet owner. In my humble opinion, a responsible pet owner does so much more than just feed and water their pets. I think this is very similar to being the parent of … Continue reading

5 Tips to Keep Your Dogs Teeth Healthy #NationalPetDentalHealthMonth

Dogs Teeth and Dogs Health

February is National Pet Dental Health Month. Our pets are our family, and we take care of family, and are concerned for their health, right? If everyone thought that way, the statistics I am about to share with you, would be a lot different. Did you know, according to petdental.ca – by the age of two, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have some form of periodontal disease? WOW! Those are not numbers we want to see associated with our pets health. And what’s more? at least 10% of dogs have an exposed/broken tooth in their mouths, causing extreme pain, and … Continue reading

5 Ways Dogs Show You Their Love

Love and How Your Pet Dog Will Show It to You…

Dogs love their humans. They have a ton of love to give, that much is obvious. It isn’t hard to see how dogs show us affection, but what about the subtle ways that your dog shows you their love? Learning to pick up signs that your dog is showing you affection is actually quite interesting, and today, I will share 5 ways dogs show you their love, that you may not have thought of. Anyone knows that when a dog wags their tail, they are happy or showing signs of affection – (thank you captain obvious) – but did you know that … Continue reading

7 Goals to Set for You & Your Dog for 2016

Goals With Your Pet Dog This Year

Here we are in the year 2016! WOW! Seems a little crazy doesn’t it? I remember when I was a child, everyone had thought that by the year 2000, we would all be driving flying cars, and wearing silver futuristic clothing. While there is definitely some “futuristic” clothing being worn around the world, we are certainly not travelling by air in our cars. My point in all this is, each year, when we welcome the beginning of another 365 days, about 45% of people make New Year’s resolutions, and according to www.statisticbrain.com – only 8% of those people actually keep their … Continue reading

Happy Holidays! A Christmas Dog Poem For You!

Christmas Dog Poem to Lighten Up Your Holidays

It’s here! It’s finally here! Today is Christmas day, and we truly hope you have all found a way to spend this wonderful holiday with your loved ones. Remember, loved ones doesn’t just mean your human family, but your furry family as well. Today is the day to share the love worldwide, with our brothers, sisters, friends, strangers, and fur-family. In spirit of today, I hope you enjoy this fun Happy Holidays, Christmas dog poem. Christmas Dog Poem – A Dogs Perspective  “Tonight’s my first night as a watchdog, And here it is Christmas Eve. The children are sleeping all … Continue reading

6 Tips to Help You Celebrate the Holidays With Your Dog

Holidays With your Dog? How to Enjoy the Christmas Season With Your Pet Dogs

If you’re anything like me, you love including your pets in pretty much everything you do. Going out to do some yard work? Bring the dog! Need to take a drive somewhere? Bring the dog! Holidays coming up? Include the dog! I think you get my point… with the holidays coming (incredibly soon I might add) you may be at a loss with exactly how you can include your dog in all of the Christmas festivities. Today, I am happy to share some of my personal tips to help you celebrate the holidays with your dog. 1. Photos With Santa! Every … Continue reading

Shopping Tips for Pets and Pet Lovers on Black Friday!

Shopping Advices for Pets and Pet Lovers

Black Friday… are there any 2 words you would rather hear to help start the holiday season shopping? That’s right ladies and gents, today, November 27’th is the unofficial start of the Christmas shopping season. Black Friday means it’s time to start shopping, Black Friday means it’s time to get out the door and catch all of those fabulous sales, and Black Friday is a great time to go shopping for pets and pet lovers! We all know that Black Friday does not only last one day. I love the week long sales that most stores do, because I know … Continue reading

Here’s What YOU Need to Know About Pet Cancer

Pet Cancer Prevention and Health Issue Detection

November is National Pet Cancer Awareness Month. That dreaded “C” word that no one – or no pet – ever wants to hear. But we cannot turn our backs on cancer, we cannot ignore it. What we can do, is raise awareness, and do our part to keep our pets healthy, while helping each other understand early signs of cancer, and/or how to prevent it. Here’s What YOU Need to Know About Canine Cancer: According to The Veterinary Cancer Center – “Cancer accounts for nearly 50% of all disease related pet deaths each year.”  Wow… That’s huge. With only about … Continue reading

National Pet Wellness Month #NPWM

National Pet Wellness Month for Dogs

October is National Pet Wellness Month. That means, this would be a great time for you to consider the care of your pet. Every year, or even more, it’s good to take a step back and think about any appointments your dog or cat may have had, or any that they may need. You might be thinking, “well, I think about those things often, why do I need to do it once a year?” Perk up your ears, and we will go through some common thoughts pet parents have in common, and some questions we should all be asking ourselves. … Continue reading