Welcome to spring, fellow pet owners! Let’s talk about something important: Rattlesnakes and your pets. In some parts of the country, spring means rattlesnakes because they become more active in warmer seasons, from spring to autumn. They are found in wetlands, deserts and forests. If you take walks or hikes with your pet, these tips can help arm you with knowledge to keep your dog safe during this time of the year.
The first thing to remember is that not all pets are created equally. Like most humans, some pets have good and bad days. Some pets also have different needs than others. You have to keep these things in mind when exploring ways to keep your pet happy. Understanding and acknowledging your pet’s needs and wants will help you to achieve this goal. The fact that you are even reading this post is a good sign that your pet is probably already living a pretty wonderful life. Keep up the good work!
5 Things to keep in mind if your pet seems unhappy
February was Pet Dental Month! What a great way to help pet owners remember that dental care is super important, even for dogs and cats. Instead of telling you of the many reasons why you should brush your pet’s teeth – you probably already know those – I’d like to share a few tips in getting the job done.
We love our pet-related holidays! They are a great way to celebrate our pets and a wonderful excuse to have fun with them throughout the year. Here is a list of pet holidays for March through December 2017.
We’ve talked about it before and we’ll talk about it again – poison prevention. It’s a scary thing when it comes to pets in the household. Many things that might seem OK for pets to consume, are actually very poisonous to them.
What you name your pet is an important decision.
Have you recently adopted a pet but haven’t decided on a name yet? There are many beautiful pet names out there to choose from and it can become a bit overwhelming. Naming your pet is one of the most important decisions you can make. There’s no going back!