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.
Something we all know about sharing your home with a dog is that they require daily exercise. One of the best things you can do for both you and your dog is take your pup for a walk. While out walking, both you and your dog get some exercise, fresh air, a little time to unplug from screens or your hectic work day, and relax. Here are some helpful tips to make walking your dog more pleasurable for both of you, hopefully leading to a higher likelihood you will get out and walk with your pup.
It is the start of a new year! I am sure many of you have a short list of things you'd like to change in the new year, goals to work towards, and accomplishments to be tackled. Resolutions are extremely popular this time of year, as many people look at the start of a new year as a clean slate. If you have pets at home, now is a great time to set some resolutions for them too! Here is a list of 10 things to do this year to help your pet live a happy, healthy life!
December is a wonderful time of year, and it can also be hectic and stressful as we gear up for holiday festivities, family gatherings, parties, and friends visiting. The house gets decorated, and everything is beautiful and bright, lots of food preparation, and shiny wrapping paper everywhere.
Thanksgiving is a wonderful time of year. It is often a time spent surrounded by loved ones, a time of open doors sharing our many gifts with those that have come from near and far. Some people we have known all our lives, and others we have just met but are welcomed into our homes with open arms.