December 21, 2016
Grateful for the Gift of Pets: Arnold’s Story 

The holidays are a time when we reflect on the  joyous things in life. As a pet parent, I’m sure one of Those things are definitely your beloved furbaby. It’s amazing how much joy our little balls of fur bring us, and for that I am truly grateful! The holiday season is also a time […]

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November 30, 2016
The Ultimate Holiday Pet Gift Guide

Every year our furbabies shower us with unconditional love and affection. They cuddle us when we are cold, cozy up to us when we are sad, and keep us on our feet with trips to the park. Some kitties and pups even work hard all year round as service animals. So, when it comes time […]

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October 12, 2016
5 Fun Pet-Friendly Activities to Enjoy This Fall

The weather is finally cooling down, the scenery is beautiful, and there are many pet-friendly activities that occur during the fall months. So if you’ve been wanting to get your pet out for fun, now is definitely the time. And trust me, no matter what you choose, your pup will be happy to spend some […]

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June 29, 2016
How to Keep Your Dog Calm during Fireworks

Fireworks are synonymous with summer fun. They go right along with watermelons, the Fourth of July, and, of course, spending time with your beloved pup. While your dog will happily accompany you on many of your summer activities, he’d probably rather forgo the colorful explosions. If you don’t want Fido spending Independence Day circling your […]

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June 22, 2016
Chicken Bones and Your Dog: What You Should Know

If you’ve been following this blog, you know that I recommend cooking for your dog. Specifically, natural, wholesome food packed with healthy proteins and vegetables! But sometimes our pets love natural foods a little too much. When that pile of chicken bones marked for the trash suspiciously shrinks, your dog may be the culprit. What […]

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Cheers to a Lifetime of Great Health!
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