Month: June 2013

Keeping Your Pet Safe on the Fourth

July 5, 2013, will most likely be the busiest day of the year for our local animal shelter. While some pet owners are out enjoying the fireworks, their dogs are busy […]

Puppy Series – Socialization

Socialize: to make social; especially : to fit or train for a social environment.   It’s a great big world out there, full of sights, sounds, and people and animals of all […]

Optimal Nutrition: Thinking Outside the Bag

Many well-intentioned pet owners assume that their beloved pets are receiving adequate nutrition in the bags and cans of food they buy at the store. Recent pet-food recalls have caused […]

Puppy Series – Choosing the Right Dog

My family and I will be welcoming a new addition to our home next week; a puppy! It has been almost nine years since I’ve had a puppy, so I’ve […]

Lucky Clover

It was the summer after I graduated from high school. My best-friend, Christina, and I were making our way to my house one afternoon, and driving down the two-lane highway […]

Kennel Cough and Feline Upper Respiratory Infection: What You Need to Know

Whether you’re considering adopting a dog or cat from the shelter, boarding your pet, or maybe you’ve found a little kitten and you’ve decided to keep it, you do need […]

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