It’s National Pet Week! We’d like to celebrate by bringing you 10 great pet tips to help promote happy homes for you and your pets as well as priceless information for you potential adopters!
1. Where to Find Your New…
This guest blog is authored by Amy Shever, Executive Director at 2nd Chance 4 Pets, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, all-volunteer organization dedicated to helping pet owners plan for the possibility their pets may outlive them.
Have you thought about what would…
April is National Pet First Aid Awareness Month. This is a great opportunity for us pet owners to set aside our daily responsibilities for a moment and educate ourselves on what to do in case of emergency.
There is a…
As Found Animals Foundation’s Spay and Neuter Program Manager, the most common question I am asked is “why should I spay or neuter my pet?” There are many great reasons but I always start with my favorite; “it’s good for…Read More »
As 2013 dawns there is no doubt that pets are more important than ever in our lives and in society. Having long since made the transition from working partners or outdoor companions to indoor members of the family, pets across…Read More »
February is National Spay and Neuter Month. In honor of celebrating all things great about spay and neuter, we will debunk some of the most common myths regarding fixing your pet. First up, does spay and neuter really cost too…Read More »
It’s almost New Year’s Eve! If your dog or cat has a fear of fireworks, you’ll need to do a little special planning to keep your pet calm on the big night. Animal shelters see a drastic rise in pets…Read More »
Think about the holidays from your pet’s perspective; bright, blinking, shiny, fuzzy, noisy, smelly things all at eye level! To them, it’s time to get those noses, mouths and tails to work! As you’re decorating and entertaining this year, keep…Read More »
It’s that time of year, when we go over the river and through the woods to Grandma’s house for the holidays! However, sometimes those plans include long drives, airplanes and overnight stays. In some cases, it’s just not feasible to…Read More »
These days, hearing about a friend who’s pet has been diagnosed with cancer, or worse, hearing the diagnosis from your own pet’s vet, seems to be less and less rare. It isn’t that the disease is cropping up like wildfire,…Read More »