[Giveaway] Free Cesar Millan Pack Leader Collar

[Giveaway] Free Cesar Millan Pack Leader Collar

Do your dog’s daily walks turn into a tug-of-war? Dogs of all sizes and breeds may have a tendency to take over the leadership role when it comes to outdoor walks. This behavior is not only uncomfortable for you, but can even be dangerous for you both. With knowledge, patience and the right collar, you can train your dog to walk calmly at your side instead of erratically pulling you […]

What if your child doesn’t want to be responsible for the pet?

What if your child doesn’t want to be responsible for the pet?

I currently live at home with two children and four pets. Although my kids, Danielle and Johnathan, are 20 and 17 they sometimes act a lot younger. This apparent regression occurs because they know that they can get away with it with me. As long as they’re going to school and working towards a degree, I don’t mind them living at home with me for as long as they need, […]

Surprising wildlife you might find in your own backyard

Surprising wildlife you might find in your own backyard

Oh, you caught me watching some Cat TV. Did you know that this Friday is National Wildlife Day? You don’t even have to go to a zoo or the woods to see wildlife–if you are patient and look carefully, you can often see some interesting wildlife from your very own window! I live adjacent to the Florida Everglades, so I see some amazing birds flying right by. Luckily, I watch […]

My pet isn’t sick, why should we go to the vet?

My pet isn’t sick, why should we go to the vet?

Many animal guardians have a preconceived notion that animals only need routine yearly vaccinations, going to the veterinarian only when pets are acutely ill and consequently often presenting as a crisis to the veterinary clinic. It is important, however, to understand that the word “doctor” literally means “teacher” in Latin. It is very important to maintain a relationship with a competent veterinarian who can help guide your pet’s preventative care […]

[Giveaway] Erase every trace with Urine Off

[Giveaway] Erase every trace with Urine Off

Accidents happen. When they do we clean them up, move on with life and try to learn from our mistakes. Sometimes, though, the essence of an “accident” may linger for months or years to come. In the case of house training your pet, the ghost of the first accident may actually inspire a repeat performance. This can be avoided if you’re prepared with a little knowledge and the right tools […]

How to make medicine a treat for you and your pet

How to make medicine a treat for you and your pet

My cat Midnight has been healthy since I first adopted him 14 years ago. When you see a pet on a daily basis, sometimes it can be hard to pick up gradual changes. I recently noticed how thin he was becoming and, when I picked him up, it seemed as though his heart was beating quite a bit faster than usual. Another thing that I noticed was that he was […]

How to help your pet’s back-to-school blues

How to help your pet’s back-to-school blues

Where I live, today is the first day of school. I would enjoy going to school myself but I am Not Allowed to go even though I do have a little backpack that I could use to hold my school supplies. It is understandable to feel a little bit sad watching the kids head off for an exciting day at school while you’re stuck at home alone. But there are […]