Having a Ball in the Fall

Posted by Lisa on 10/27/2015 to From Lisa
Since my last blog post discussed the much-needed-but-kind-of-terrifying topic of safety, I thought that a little fun needed to be injected into the conversation. Because isn’t having fun with our dogs the best part of being a pet parent? I always enjoyed myself with my dogs in the autumn season because I took advantage of the cooler temperatures. I felt like they had more energy to do more activities when the sun wasn’t blazing down upon them.

Fall into Safe Habits

Posted by Lisa on 10/22/2015 to Tips & Facts
Fall is also a great time to revisit some safety measures to make sure that your dog enjoys the season as well. There are so many things that we as pet parents can do to ensure our dog’s health and well-being as the seasons change. Here are some of my best tips:

Dear Addie, Halloween Tricks & Treats

Posted by Addie on 10/20/2015 to Dear Addie
Dear Addie, Halloween Tricks & Treats
Dear Addie,

My best friend and I are huge fans of your advice column. He’s a Staffordshire bull terrier named Stan and I am a Scottish terrier named Hamish. My favorite prank he likes to do is “Let’s see how long it takes”. It’s a game he made up where he barks suspiciously at something in the ground and then stares at the area until one of his humans comes over to investigate.

An Urgent Matter: Xylitol In Peanut Butter

Posted by Mike & Don Dempsey on 10/12/2015 to Announcements
An Urgent Matter: Xylitol In Peanut Butter
We need to talk about what may be in the peanut butter you give your dog

Meet Our Guest Blogger, Lisa!

Posted by Lisa on 10/7/2015 to From Lisa

Hi.

I’m Lisa.

Thanks for reading this blog. If you were in front of me, I’d probably have to bear hug you over my excitement. But first, here are some random tidbits about me:

Dear Addie, Captain Fussy Britches

Posted by Addie on 10/4/2015 to Dear Addie
Dear Addie, Captain Fussy Britches
Dear Addie,

I was wondering if you could settle an ongoing argument I have had with my feline counterpart, Captain Fussy Britches. His real name is actually Mittens, but I just call him Captain Fussy Britches because I know he hates it. The Captain and I get along for the most part, but whenever my human starts giving me attention, he calls me a ‘sell-out’.