As pet owners, we are all concerned about the overall health of our furry friends, and this includes their diet. You may find yourself debating moist vs. dry food, as well as the best treats with which to supplement their diets. This handy infographic from ASPCA Pet Insurance is an excellent reference for pet safe fruits and veggies (as well as those you should NOT let them get their paws on). Oh, and sorry pups but ice cream isn’t mentioned!
Here are a few things I love (outside of Starbucks Coffee of course, and my job!):
- Receiving packages in the mail (how fun!)
- When those packagES have awesome packagING
- Soft leather leashes for walking Denver
So imagine how happy I was when I recently received the Lavien Braided Leather Leash in the mail last week!
I love watching dogs playing together off-leash. I make my living helping to teach people how to keep dogs safe when they are playing off-leash together. I love to see the joy on a dog’s face when they are really having fun and the exhaustion that happens after a good play session. But is off-leash play really good for your dog?
How safe is your pet in your home? This infographic, provided by ASPCA Pet Insurance, provides extremely helpful tips for helping your pet avoid dangerous situations year round. (although I have to admit my dog does drink out of my toilet!)
A few days ago my doorbell rang and when I answered it, I was greeting by one of the neighbors and my dog, Denver! Turns out, Denver went outside and discovered the wind had blown the gate open so he took a stroll around the court. Luckily for me (and Denver), he is a friendly dog who doesn’t tend to stray farther than the nearest friendly person. He was recovered quickly and safely by my neighbor without incident before I even realized he was gone. But not every lost dog story ends as happily as this. PetHub.com has declared July Lost Pet Prevention Month and this is a great time to discuss how to be prepared in case your dog gets lost.