Vet reopening? Why you should schedule an appointment for your pet

Vet reopening? Why you should schedule an appointment for your pet

Leo Found His Voice

Leo Found His Voice

In recent weeks, Leo has become much more vocal than he used to be. Not only is he barking more, but he is also making all kinds of noises. He even howled for the first time! Thankfully, he isn’t barking incessantly. Now that we are home all the time, Leo spends a lot of time sitting by the sliding doors watching what’s going on outside. If someone or something he […]

Coronavirus and pets: Should my pet get tested?

Coronavirus and pets: Should my pet get tested?

Life after quarantine: help your pet cope when you return to work

Life after quarantine: help your pet cope when you return to work

Life after quarantine: how to prepare your pet for your return to work

Life after quarantine: how to prepare your pet for your return to work

Leo’s Social Distancing

Leo’s Social Distancing

Like most of us and our pets, Leo has been feeling the effects of social distancing. Unfortunately, Leo doesn’t understand why he hasn’t gone to the park or the beach, and he really doesn’t understand why we don’t stop and say hello to the neighbors on our walks. Now, every time we see other people or dogs on our walks Leo lights up and tries to direct the walk towards […]

[Giveaway] Lyme Disease Awareness Month Sweepstakes

[Giveaway] Lyme Disease Awareness Month Sweepstakes

Warm weather has finally arrived, and many dog parents are looking forward to spending more time outside. With warm weather comes ticks, and the risk of contracting tick-borne infections like Lyme disease. Lyme disease causes symptoms like fever, fatigue, and joint pain that can sometimes last for years. It can affect humans, dogs, and in rare cases, cats. Ticks hang out in wooded areas and fields and cling to people […]