Rover.com recently took a poll asking people what they’d rather do than put their dog in a caged kennel setting while they celebrated the holidays. It’s worth popping over to their blog to see the infographic, but here are the highlights:
Continue reading What would you do to keep your dog out of a kennel for the holidays?
I posted earlier this week about some veterinarians who might be…ummmm…shall we say “padding” their diagnoses in order to get you to purchase unnecessary tests and treatments. I know I once switched vets because they turned their front room into a sales floor with leashes, dishes, and other stuff I didn’t need to purchase from the vet. How comfortable are you with your vet’s salesmanship and practices?
Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!
In the week or so since I’ve been home from the hospital with my new knee, Cooper has barely left my side. He’s always been a big baby, but I really think he knows I don’t feel so good. It’s weird because the other three dogs (and even 1 of the cats) don’t appear to notice, but Cooper & 1 of the cats have been all about sticking with me. It’s good to have friends!
Continue reading Saturday Survey: Does Your Dog Take Care of You?
We all know dogs can get destructive if they’re left alone too long. Do you leave the radio or television on to keep your dog company when you’re away from home?
Continue reading Saturday Survey: Do you leave the TV / radio on for your dogs?
If you didn’t love your dog, chances are you wouldn’t be reading a dog blog, but how do you show your love? The list below is adapted from one published by the Humane Society of the United States.
Continue reading Tuesday Top Ten: Ways to Show Your Dog You Care