If you are reading this, chances are you already know that sharing your life with a pet can improve your health and happiness. Having a pet also brings certain responsibilities for the pet owner. They include many items we are well aware of, like proper nutrition, exercise, maintaining a healthy weight, and veterinarian visits among other things. Even with that knowledge, the reality is a lot of pets are still in bad health, and in many cases the pet owner is unaware of the issues, or can't afford to properly care for the pet. This post has been created with that in mind. Listed below are some basic tips that are either free, low cost, or preventative in nature reducing the chance of future, much more expensive or devastating alternatives. These tips help you stay in tune with your dog, and can help you notice small things before they lead to big things.
Easter is a time of celebration, family gatherings, egg hunts, chocolate candies and pretty baskets. Lots of shiny plastic eggs and pretty flowers in center pieces to make the house festive for company. We put together this post to help you keep your pet safe and warn you of possible dangers during the Easter/Spring time season.
I have been taking pictures of dogs professionally for years. Whether it is shooting portraits in a client's home, images for calendars, action shots at dog sports events, advocacy and awareness work for Leave No Paws Behind, or networking images to help get homeless shelter dogs adopted, I have gained a lot of experience that helps me make great images. People are always asking things like, "how did you do that?", "what settings are you using", or the dreaded "what kind of camera do you have?". Here are a few tips and tricks that will help you take great images of your pets today!
Valentine's day is one of the most romantic days of the year, but if you have pets, it can also be a dangerous day for them. Each year, poison control and vet offices see an uptick of cases on February 14th. Here are a few things to watch out for to help your pet stay safe.
If you share your home with a dog (or 2 or 6 or 15), you know there are things people without dogs will just never understand. Here's a fun list of things dog lovers learn to deal with when navigating through life with a dog.