Rabies – The Top 5 Things You Need to Know

The word “rabies” creates concern in most of us and it should. Who can forget Stephen King’s raging killer dog Cujo? Rabies is an infectious viral disease that is almost always fatal following the onset of clinical symptoms. It’s called a...

My Dog Doesn’t Come When He’s Called!

One of the most important things you can teach your dog is to come when he’s called. A reliable recall is critical for both their safety and your peace of mind. So, how can we get our dogs to respond to our calls? It’s not that hard to teach, but...
Dog Park Safety

Dog Park Safety

Most dogs enjoy an off-leash romp at the park. Dogs are very social animals, and a dog park can be a fun place to take your pooch.Accidents and dog fights do happen at dog parks, but by following a few safety tips, you can lessen the chances of a bad day at the park....

It’s Professional Pet Sitters Week

  March 5-11, 2017 is Professional Pet Sitters Week. What does that mean(?) – yep just another made up holiday. But, in the industry, its an acknowledgement for our efforts. In our commitment and service to you, we are utilizing its inverse and giving back to...
March is Pet Poison Awareness Month

March is Pet Poison Awareness Month

March is Pet Poison Prevention Awareness Month.   There are many potentially harmful items that exist in our homes that we may not realize could be harmful to our pets.  Based on call volume, the Pet Poison Helpline reports these as the top 10 most common toxins:...

Pet Tech 2016

Tech products for pets, commonly referred to as “pet wearables,”  just keep coming!   Check out new and updated versions of pet fit trackers, GPS locators, and remote cameras.  You can track your dogs activities and calories as easy as your own.  My...

2015 – A Time for Treats

Many of you asked about the goodies included in your holiday gift baskets.  Those were beef trachea!  As I keep telling people, no part of the animal is wasted.  “Bully Sticks” are a common item these days at any pet supply shop or store, but they can be...

Cooling Off – the Cold Hard Facts

Summer is almost over, and this subject was one of my more recent summer procrastinations.  Given we still  have some dog days left, and fueled by a recent discussion with a client whose dogs we have to beg to drink, I’m finally sitting down. During these 80+...