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Recent studies show that while the number of pets in America is increasing, fewer pet owners are bringing their pets in for regular checkups, and this could be causing a rise in preventable diseases.
Walking With Your Furry Four -Legged Family Member Can Keep You All Healthy No Matter What The Season
Tweet this! Tweet Hello Paw♥sters! A lot has been going on since we last spoke. Many of you know I had a serious accident that took me away from writing for quite awhile. I fell down several flights of stairs and completely shattered my elbow and destroyed my shoulder and muscles in between. Mobility and [...]
If you are a pet owner, your pet is a beloved member of your family. You buy treats and toys keep your pet happy and as a pet parent breed decor for your home, cat mugs, dog breed doormats or buying gifts for the dog or cat lover in your life. Your pet is an integral part of the family. But, what about your pet’s health? In the midst of all the fun, it is vital that pet parents work with their veterinarians to keep their loving animal companions healthy.
Communication between pet owners and veterinarians is so important. Sharing information about how your pet is behaving – including eating, drinking, sleeping, urinating and/or passing stools – could help make a lifesaving diagnosis.
Tweet this! Tweet Hey there, Paw♥sters! It’s time to think about getting ready for Fall cleanup and turning over your home from summer time decor to touches of the cooler weather to come! And we all know what that means. Putting away the floral patterns, lighter linens, boating and swimming themes, outdoor summertime festive landscape [...]
People are social and we all highly value our interactions with friends and family. While you might not think the same of cats, people who have more than one can attest that having multiple cats can make everyone in the household – two-legged and four-legged – a little happier.
To help you make sure you’re giving your dog the very best in life, think of it as sharing a lifestyle – what’s good for you is also good for your dog. If you’re a couch potato, it’s likely that your dog will be as well. If you stay healthy and active, then your dog will have reason be healthy and active along with you. After all, they were born to play.
Tweet this! Tweet What are the smartest dog breeds in the world? We all love our dogs, and most of us believe our own dog must be the smartest ever. But is your dog’s breed known as one of the smartest? The list was compiled by Stanley Coren as documented in his book “The Intelligence [...]
Tweet this! Tweet To have not heard about the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton means you must have been living under a rock for the last several months. While most people have casually been following the wedding through the news, others have taken the unique event to a whole new level. If [...]
Tweet this! Tweet Want to see your doggy smile from ear to ear? Make him grin with delight? Almost hear him say ooh and ah as if he or she were spending the day at a fabulous doggie spa with magnificent deluxe treatments that would make any human green with envy? Well, here are some [...]