Peanut Butter: It’s Ok For Dogs, But Feed In Moderation
YES! Even vets recommend it, especially when you need to hide a pill in something tasty. Gourmet doggy bakeries make all kinds of incredible dog cookies using peanut butter, not to mention many beautiful cakes for dogs feature it in their recipes. Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. We receive a small commission on goods […]Continue Reading
Pet Dental Health Month: Dogs Need Good Dental Care, Too
Did you know that February is National Pet Dental Health Month? Well, it is…and it’s time to focus on your pet’s mouth to keep his health in check! It’s not just about a sweet smile and those pearly whites! It has been noted that more than 85% of pets over the age of four have […]Continue Reading
Pet Safe Thanksgiving Dinner: What to Serve (or not serve!) at the Pet Table!
Thanksgiving is a week from today, with lots of food and goodies…and lots of begging looks from your pets! The aspca.org website offers these tips on pet safe Thanksgiving foods. Turkey If you want to give your pet a small taste of the turkey, make sure it is boneless, skinless well-cooked white meat. Raw or undercooked […]Continue Reading
6 Ways to Show Your Cat You Love Him This Valentine’s Day!
Party Marty here! Love is in the air! Do you feel it? Of course you do, as I am in the house! It is Valentine’s Day, and this lovable cat wants to share what is on his heart with you today! February 14th is a great day to celebrate your pet….mainly, your cat! Of course […]Continue Reading
World Spay Day: It’s The Day To Talk Spay
Today is World Spay Day. Here are some facts on the benefits of spay/neuter and what happens when pets are not spayed or neutered. Why Spay and Neuter Is Important A dog or cat as young as 4 months of age can get pregnant. Litter mates can produce a litter! Cats typically enter their first […]Continue Reading
Just You Weight and See….It’s time for the Holidays! Don’t Tip the Scales Towards Obesity in Your Pets!
Thanksgiving is almost here, and most of us overindulge on great food. We also like to include our pets in the feast and they might be on the road to obesity if their weight isn’t kept in check. Do you know your pet’s ideal weight range? Sadly, approximately 58% of cats and 54% of dogs […]Continue Reading
Vinegar-Natural Solution of All Sorts of Things
May is National Vinegar Month, and you will be amazed at how many different ways it can be put to use. Here are some of the ways to put vinegar to work to help pet guardians: Pest Fighter If your dog is suffering with fleas, spray, pour or dab apple cider vinegar on him, being […]Continue Reading
Pet Owner New Year’s Resolutions
The Spirit of Bo, returning in my heavenly feline form to spread great information to our faithful readers: …Continue Reading
November is a Great Month to Adopt a Senior Pet!
The Spirit of Bo, returning to inform, enlighten, educate and inspire. Life has been …Continue Reading
Xylitol: Toxic Sugar Substitute For Dogs
Often, counter surfing dogs just want to sample what we’re having, but in the case of food containing xylitol, a …Continue Reading