For well over 100 years, dogs have been trained and used by law enforcement agencies to aid in police work. Today, K-9 units are vital members of the police force. These four-legged officers, such as the dogs of the Pasco Sheriff’s Office K-9 Unit, work hard every day to keep our neighborhoods and families safe and secure. Intelligence, aggression, strength, and an acute sense of smell are just a few […]
Just as humans grow older and begin to experience pain in their joints, both dogs and cats can experience the same. You may notice as your beloved furry family member grows older they aren’t playing as much as they used to or jumping as high anymore. Unfortunately, that could be the result of weaker joints in their bodies. Not all cats and dogs are predisposed to joint health problems; however, […]
Cat owners very well know the struggles of maintaining a litter box. No matter how clean you keep it, there always seems to be a nasty smell emanating from it and you always seem to be finding bits of litter in the most random places in your home, like the stove or in between the buttons on the TV remote. Now, it’s a whole other issue if your cat stops […]
Dogs are active by nature, and as pet parents, it’s our job to make sure they get adequate amounts of exercise. On the list of things dogs need to live a healthy and happy life, just below food, water, and unconditional love, is exercise. Making sure your dog sufficiently exercised can do wonders in maintaining his or her physical and mental well-being. On the other hand, dogs who aren’t sufficiently […]
It’s pretty safe to say that most people want to keep their beloved pets healthy and extend their lifespan as much as possible. While some issues and sicknesses just can’t be avoided in both humans and pets, it’s best to help what can be avoided to ensure the overall well-being of your fur baby. Just like humans, pets’ bodies contain both good and bad strains of bacteria. The levels of […]
With the New Year fast approaching, it’s hard not to think about plans for ourselves; plans such as losing weight, exercising more, and stressing less. However, with all of the resolutions that we may have for ourselves, we can also help make resolutions for our pets.