New Cartoon: I Just Do

Posted by Guest Author on September 16th, 2015

Cartoon Video: The Pooper

Posted by Guest Author on September 12th, 2015

Every doggy does his business, right? But are you aware that, each year, your vet should inspect one of those deals your pooch has closed? It’s true! Fecal exams can help your pet’s doctor uncover all types of health needs ranging from minor to more serious. It’s a good idea to schedule a yearly exam to, errr, get down to business.
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How to Remove Pet Hair from Every Surface – Infographic!

Posted by Jennifer on September 7th, 2015

The folks over at Neato not only make really neat robot vacuums, but they also made this really neat infographic to help pet parents clean up and remove pet hair from every surface! We don’t mind a little pet hair on our things, it’s just part of owning pets, but we also like to keep our homes and offices spic and span, which includes regular removing of pet hair. We knew a few pet fur eliminating tricks learned some new ones reading through these pet hair removal tips, and now you can too! ’How
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New Cartoon: Bad Kitty

Posted by Guest Author on September 4th, 2015

Cartoon: A Cat’s Worth

Posted by Guest Author on August 30th, 2015

6 Imperative Pet Safety Tips for Condo and Apartment Living

Posted by Guest Author on August 27th, 2015

Living in an apartment or condo doesn’t mean you have to wait to adopt a pet. Cats, dogs, and other pets can thrive in smaller settings — it just takes some extra preparation and care, especially in the case of dogs. Here are some pet safety tips for small-space dwellers keen on adopting a pet: Read More

Shy dog tip: swapping scary for sit

Posted by Jennifer on August 25th, 2015

Iggy-harness-leashOne of my foster dogs, Iggy, came to me as a super shy young dog. At the shelter, he cowered in the back of the kennel. He was scared of the water hoses used to clean the kennels, running water, people in uniform (like the kennel staff who sprayed the kennels down to clean them), loud noises, and a lot of other things — so essentially, my ideal project dog to foster! I love fostering shy dogs and helping them blossom into happy adoptable dogs. Each shy foster dog is like a puzzle that takes time, patience, training, and of course love. I’m always learning something new from my foster dogs, like when Iggy suddenly became terrified of something unexpected… Read More

Animated Cartoon! Magical Beings

Posted by Guest Author on August 21st, 2015
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