Are You Prepared?

You may have an emergency pack ready for you and the kids, but did you remember your pets and their needs? Make sure to keep an Evac-Pack handy for your pet(s) in the case of an emergency. Things such as a pet first-aid kit, food, dishes, extra collar and leash, bottled water, photos of your […]

“I Love The Smell Of a Homemade Meal!”

For some pet owner’s, the traditional dry kibble is not enough for their pets. Instead you may choose to prepare a nice homemade meal for your furry friend. Preparing your pets meal from scratch can be time consuming, but if done properly can keep your pet healthy and happy. It is essential to follow the […]

Rest In Peace

The loss of a family pet can be one of the most traumatic events in a young child’s life. It is important as parents to help your child through this difficult process of grief that can have a range of emotions including sadness, guilt, and anger.  Help them by providing a healthy outlet such as […]

Not For You Fido

Give chocolate to loved ones and you could end up poisoning them. That is, if the loved ones are your pets. Even small amounts of theobromine, an ingredient in chocolate, can cause vomiting and restlessness in pets and can even lead to death. The lethal dose of theobromine depends on the size of the dog […]

Hurry, hurry! Oops!

Aren’t sure how to react when your new puppy is having an accident? There is no need to scold or make your dog afraid, your goal should be to startle your puppy enough to have them stop mid-stream then immediately run with them outside as quickly as possible.  If you can it is best to […]