Leo is back at work

Leo is back at work

After a couple months staying home, Leo is back in the office! Coincidentally, just in time for Take Your Dog To Work Day. Since Leo’s new normal routine was staying home, I thought getting back into the “going to work” routine would be an adjustment for him. I couldn’t have been more wrong. Leo quite enthusiastically jumped right into the car the first morning we started going back in. To […]

Is your pet at risk from parasites? The forecast for 2020

Is your pet at risk from parasites? The forecast for 2020

[Giveaway] National Pet Preparedness Month Sweepstakes

[Giveaway] National Pet Preparedness Month Sweepstakes

June is National Pet Preparedness Month, the perfect time to create an emergency kit that includes supplies you’ll need if you ever have to evacuate with your pets during a natural disaster or other emergency. By keeping a carrier, a first aid kit, and day-to-day necessities in one place, you’ll be prepared for anything that comes your way. Your pet’s emergency kit should include extra food, medications, veterinary records, travel […]

It’s a fact: having a pet increases your chance of encountering ticks

It’s a fact: having a pet increases your chance of encountering ticks

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?