What’s safe and what’s not safe for your dog to eat.
Today I am sharing Great info-graphic, “What’s safe (and what’s not!) for your dog to eat” by Dogington Post. Protecting and loving our dogs is very important. It is important not to let those big puppy eyes turn into to sad and sick puppy eyes. So let’s do some research on what dogs can and …Read More
Pets and Holiday Safety
Sharing “Pets and Holiday Safety” for preventative measures whether you are home or have a pet sitter. The Holidays are a very busy time of year. The following list has some suggestions I learned from the Humane Society on how to make a safer holiday season for your pet: Decorations: Holly, mistletoe and poinsettias are …Read More
Why Use a Pet Sitter?
Pets are a joy to have around, but with today’s demanding lifestyle and hectic environment, a lot of things can get in the way of your being able to spend quality time with and to care for your furry companions. Because your pets have their needs too, it is part of being a responsible pet …Read More
Getting Rid of Pet Potty Stains on Carpets
Having pets is a wonderful experience but dealing with the mess they tend to make isn’t usually so good. This is especially true for people who have carpets in their homes since they tend to be quite difficult to clean. Do not worry though because there are so many ingenious ways for you to clean …Read More
Dog fleas can be quite annoying
Dog fleas can be quite annoying! Not just to your pet, but to you as well. These parasites can cause itching, wounds, and overall stress to your dearest companion if they grow in numbers. They basically feed on the blood of your pets and have a steady grip on their skin because of their clawed …Read More
Poem- Pets Have Feelings Too!
One of my favorite poems from your pets perspective! Your pets have feelings too. Ten Commandments for Pet Owners 1. My life is likely to last 10 to 15 years. Any separation from you will be very painful. 2. Give me time to understand what you want from me. Do not break my spirit with …Read More
To Strap or Not to Strap Your Pet? Why Strapping is the Better Answer for Safe Pets Responsible pet ownership means being able to keep your pets not only in tip top shape, but safe as well – no matter where you choose to go and how you choose to get to your destination! Leashes …Read More
DOG PARK ETIQUETTE
Great tips for: DOG PARK ETIQUETTE As a pet sitter I hope everyone reads and applies the simple Do’s and Don’ts of dog park rules and etiquette to their trips to the dog park for heaven sakes. By : Nathan, Pet to People Liaison, JustFurFunonline.com Dogs are allowed in many …Read More
Adding Another Dog
Are you thinking about adding another dog to your family? When you decide to bring a new dog or puppy into the home, it is a time of transition not just for your family and the new pet but any pets that have already been calling you family. Dogs operate on a pack mentality and …Read More
What is happening to your dry pet food?
Shelf life of dry pet food storage varies! You love and care about your pet as if they were your children. For many people, pets are like children and they deserve the care and attention that we give to our own foods. As with the foods we eat, the shelf life of dry pet food …Read More