So, At What Point is a Dog REALLY a Senior Dog?
Bo, the well-informed and highly-educated cat, or so he thinks: These days it seems as if everyone is hung up on age. No one wants to let go of their youthful appeal. Pets are no exception. I think I look quite splendid for my age (which for now will remain a mystery to anyone interested!), […]Continue Reading
Smile! Show Us Your Pearly Whites and Don’t Knock Us Dead with the Bad Breath!
Bolt, Yorkie-Poo extraordinaire and guest columnist: Whew! Thank your lucky stars you are not living in my world today. That other dog that lives with me, Naismith, has some pretty wicked breath. Whenever he walks into a room after he has been running around, barking up a storm, there is a green haze in the […]Continue Reading
What’s for Dinner? What to Feed Your Senior Dog!
Jessie, the healthy dog: I do like to keep fit and in shape, always keeping a watchful eye on my girlish figure. Now that I am a blogging celebrity, I have to look good in the spotlight! I also try to make sure I get plenty of exercise to burn off unwanted fat and calories. […]Continue Reading
Senior Cat or Kitten? There are benefits that come with age!
Bo, the esteemed, educated, and highly-informed cat: Many animal shelters have a sad group of residents: the older cats. Since most people are looking for kittens, these incredible older cats are frequently overlooked. Sure, kittens are cute and all, but what happens when they grow out of that fun, playful stage into full-grown cats and […]Continue Reading
Let’s Be the Change for Pets!
This week is Petfinder.com’s Adopt-A-Less-Adoptable-Pet Week, a week dedicated to spotlighting those pets that are most often overlooked in shelters. It’s all about getting people to take a second glance — and give a second chance — to those pets whose only crime is being a little older, the “wrong” color, or otherwise “less adoptable” — but who have […]Continue Reading