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

8 Ways to Comfortably Dress Your Dog For Halloween

Halloween Costume That Is Comfortable to Your Pet Dog

Halloween – it’s spooky, it’s scary, it’s a sugary rush of fun, and let’s face it. You either love it, or you don’t. Personally, Halloween is one of my favorite holidays. I love seeing the kids in costumes, I love taking my own kids out to experience the night, and I love dressing my dogs up. Yep, I said it, I love dressing my dogs in Halloween costumes. Today, I want to share 8 ways to comfortably dress your dog for Halloween. Not all dogs like to be dressed up in a costume, and while I would not recommend taking … Continue reading

5 Reasons Why I Love Dogs, And You Should Too!

Why I Love Dogs and Care for Them

The statement “mans best friend” originally came from a man named Fredrick 11 – King of Prussia. He was referring to one of his Italian Greyhounds as his best friend. That statement is widely used today anytime we fondly speak of our dogs, and with good reason too! Our dogs are our family, we love them as we love our human children, and among the millions of things I could list, here are my top 5 reasons I love dogs, and YOU should too! 5 Reasons Why I Love Dogs: Dogs can sense our human emotions, they always know when … Continue reading

10 Ways to Keep Your Dog From Getting Bored

Keep Your Dog From Getting Bored With Some Tips and Tricks

As humans, we know exactly what it’s like to feel that awful, bored out of our minds, just want to get up and go feeling. But did you know that our beloved dogs also experience that very same feeling?   It’s true. Often times, when someone tells me their dog is destructive, and they are at a loss with what to do and how to do it, the main reason seems to stem from their dog simply being… bored!   Not to worry, I have 10 ways to keep your dog from getting bored, and in turn becoming destructive. So … Continue reading

How to Prepare Your Dog For the New Baby

How to Prepare Your Dog For the New Baby

So you’re going to have a baby! You just received this exciting news, and now you’re venturing into major ‘mom mode.’ You find yourself grinding your brain to figure out exactly how much you have to prepare for, and what the next steps will be in your life. It was so simple… you, your husband/boyfriend, your house, your job and of course, your beloved dog. Things are about to go up a notch, as you introduce a beautiful new baby into your world. But of all the things you need to prepare for how do you prepare your dog for the … Continue reading

Is Your Dog Drinking Enough Water? Get the Facts on H20!

Is Your Dog Drinking Enough Water? Here’s How to Keep Your Dog Healthy

July was Pet Hydration Month. During the summer, pet parents tend to pay more attention to how much water goes into their dogs bodies. But we have to keep in mind, ensuring our 4 legged friends are well hydrated is important all year round, not just in the summer months. So, is your dog drinking enough water? How do you know? Perk up your ears pups, we have the down low on H20! How much water is my dog suppose to drink on a daily basis? You might be surprised by how much water your dog is recommended to drink every … Continue reading

National Lost Pet Prevention Month: How to Protect Your Pet!

Lost Pet? How to Avoid and What to Do…

July is National Lost Pet Prevention Month. Today, i’m going to go over a few tips and advice I have to prevent your dog from becoming just another “lost pet“ statistic. What does it mean to ‘protect’ your dog from being lost? How can I prevent the worst from happening? Lets start with some basic ideas of proper pet Identification.   Having proper pet ID is a must when it comes to finding a lost dog. If your dog has no ID, how on earth is anyone suppose to know who he/she belongs to when they are found? The most … Continue reading

Why Do Dogs Lick? 3 Interesting Reasons You Might Not Know…

Lick Attitude on Your Pet Dog and How to Understand It Further

Dogs – they are our best friends, they are our family, they make our lives whole. When we share our lives with dogs, we tend to learn a lot about them. Not just about our own pups, but dogs in general. We learn that dogs like to explore the world with their noses. We learn that dogs show unconditional love towards their people. We also learn that dogs like to lick. A dogs tongue reminds me a lot of their noses. To me, it seems they like to explore the world with their tongues almost as much as they do … Continue reading

How to Use Your Body Language to Train Your Dog

Body Language To Communicate With Your Dog Best Friend

Your dog – man and woman’s best friend. Keeper of all of your deepest darkest secrets. You can talk to your dog for hours. Tell him everything you are unable to tell your friends, and you can trust 100% that he isn’t going to run off an gossip to the dog down the road. Mostly because, well, he can’t talk, but also because he doesn’t understand half of what your saying. Dogs are smart, there is no denying that. But their ability to learn around 165 words from the human language does not mean they can understand everything we say … Continue reading