You probably hear this all of the time, “My pet loves me unconditionally!” Well, today is Love Your Pet Day! Take this opportunity to show your pet that you care for them as much as they care for you. Let’s take a day – or several days – to truly appreciate our pets.
“And baby, let’s make promises that we can keep and call it a New Year’s resolution” Otis Redding The Otis Redding Story Album
Every December, especially after a quick glance in the mirror, I decide once again to be a new person, one that eats only healthful meals, skips between-meal snacks, exercises regularly and sleeps a full, peaceful night. Of course, most of these wishes are never fulfilled, but it got me thinking about what sort of New Year’s resolutions my dog Charlotte might make. So I sat down with her the other night on her mat, and she passed along some resolutions that will help her stay healthy and active and live a long life.
Are you a pet lover like us? Do you own a pet or just happen to love them? Below are 7 of our favorite pet-lovin’ blog posts. From why pets eat their own feces (yuck), to the many reasons to love a mixed breed dog, we cover a wide range of topics to help pet parents and their furry friends! Do you have a topic you would like us to write about? Feel free to email us any suggestions or questions you might have: email@example.com.
Do you have a pet that loves to sneak food off of the counter or table during the holidays? Thanksgiving is right around the corner. It’s time to refresh your memory on the dangers of certain foods to pets. Don’t let your pet get a hold of food that could land you in the pet ER instead of enjoying the holiday festivities.
The Halloween costumes are put away along with all the candy (unfortunately), and I am already loosening my belt in anticipation of a Thanksgiving Day feast. So it seems only logical to begin to prepare for a safe and sane December holiday season with your pets.
With the adorable costumes, numerous visitors, bags of candy, and exciting holiday parties – Halloween is one of the most popular American holidays in the United States. Most humans love Halloween, but what about our furry friends? Not all pets enjoy the constant noise and commotion that comes with this well-liked celebration. But what can you do to help your pet and yourself have a great time on October 31st?
Life is busy. From children’s activities to work responsibilities, life can throw a lot of curve balls at us. You might feel like you don’t give your pet the quality time he or she deserves. If you are feeling this way, don’t worry! There are many easy ways to better incorporate your pets into your every day life. When times get busy, include your pet as much as you possibly can.
Here are a 7 easy ways to feel closer to your canine companion:
What is your favorite thing about fall? There are many things to love about this beautiful season. The smells are incredible! The tastes are alluring. What does fall mean to you?
Fall might mean a break from the hot summer days. So being outside, walking the dogs more frequently could be in your new routine. What a wonderful time to get out and enjoy the sights around your home and neighborhood.
Back to school can be a tough time not only for parents and students, but household pets as well. During summer vacation pets get to spend more time with kids, maybe sleeping late with a teenager, chasing Frisbees with middle or elementary school children or even hiking or swimming with the whole family. Back to school means its time for more firm schedules and quieter households. Pets suddenly go from lazy breakfasts to the frenzy of kids eating on the go while searching for homework papers, lost books and misplaced backpacks often followed by frantic dashes out the door and then abrupt silence and time alone.