I have been very, very busy getting ready for the holidays. As you can see, I have already compiled my extensive Christmas shopping list. For my Mommeh, I am working on making something extra-special. This project will likely take up all my spare time, so I had to go online to get a gift for my brother Harley. Luckily, I was able to take advantage of the Black Friday sale at […]
With the Thanksgiving holiday come and gone, and the arrival of the Christmas holiday season, this is a time of year when we see lots of pets in the veterinary clinic with digestive upsets and varying amounts of diarrhea and vomiting. Probably the biggest reason for this is the feeding of inappropriate fatty and/or sweet table foods to pets and/or dietary indiscretion, where pets have access to inappropriate food items, […]
It’s easy to underestimate the intelligence of our furry friends because they don’t use language the way we do, and when it comes to current events, they keep their opinions to themselves. What I have found after much observation and study of both people and pets is that while being quiet and reserved, listening more rather than voicing opinions may seem to indicate a potential lack of intelligence, often just […]
This is my tiny flag. It might seem small, but actually it is just my size. Can you guess why I brought out my little American flag? I am getting ready for Veterans Day which is on November 11th! Sometimes holidays can be a little bit confusing. Even though most of you probably already know all about Veterans Day, I wanted to share some things I have learned about the […]
Ta-dah! I am very excited to present to you my Halloween costume for this year. In case you cannot tell or you need glasses, I am a piñata. I love this costume on account of it is colorful and festive and has many fun ribbons. As an added bonus, piñatas are often at parties, so I expect my social life will be picking up soon.
As Halloween approaches, there are certainly plenty of potential auditory and visual stimuli for nervous animal companions. Not only can holiday decorations and specters of frightening costumes be potential triggers in sensitive pets, but the repetitive ringing of door bells and the coming and going of Halloween trick or treaters can also be overwhelming to some animal companions. I find that decorating the homes early for Halloween many days to weeks […]
I’ll bet you didn’t recognize me in my Halloween costume. Surprise — it’s just me, Harley! This year I am extra lucky because I get to be a GREEN crayon. Other colors are good, but green is the best. Even though I am very, very happy with my costume, it has already caused me some serious trouble.