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A free gift for new puppy parents!

Posted by Jennifer on December 16th, 2014

Puppies can be a popular holiday item! While of course we support adopting a puppy from a local rescue or shelter, even if you or someone you know is buying a puppy from a breeder or pet store, we want to help those puppies stay happily in their new families too. The Puppy Manual is for all puppies everywhere! Read More

Pop a Cork. Save a Life.

Posted by Guest Author on December 10th, 2014

Daylight Wine Co. is donating $1 for every bottle of their Badgerhound 2012 Zinfandel Sonoma Valley sold through their website to in hopes of being a small part in more amazing transformations just like Winnie’s, an amazing comeback story. One of their resident dachshunds, Winnie, transformed from the fearful and anxious dog they rescued, into a confident, beautiful and loving office hound. Read More

Happiness is…

Posted by Dana on December 8th, 2014

happiness-endsThe secret to true happiness is waiting at your local animal shelter – and on and Read More

What I did when a stray dog attacked

Posted by Jennifer on December 4th, 2014

dog-attackI’ve been out walking my dog and been attacked by a stray dog. Thanks to being prepared and a good dose of luck, all of us escaped without any permanent harm. The first time I witnessed a loose dog attack a person was in New York City’s Central Park, when from far away I watched as two off-leash dogs, no owner in sight, stalked and then attacked a person and their little dog. Fortunately people rushed in to help, likely saving the life of the little dog and possibly the person too. When I moved to Los Angeles many years ago, I lived in a not-so-great part of town. I was terrified by the number of unfriendly stray and off-leash dogs I was suddenly fending off from my dogs on our daily walks. Fellow dog-walking neighbors told me to carry a walking stick to swing at them to keep them away, but the coordination needed to manage that and my two dogs on leashes was more than I could manage. I also really didn’t want to have to hit and potentially permanently harm any dog! I asked an animal control officer I knew for advice and he showed me what he carried on his police-like belt… Read More

The Danger of Sock Snacks

Posted by Guest Author on December 1st, 2014

dog-danger-socks Dr. Dog is back with a really important warning for pet owners! Share to keep people in the know on the dangers of pets ingesting clothing. It happens way more often than you might think! This important message is courtesy of our friends at Redandhowling. Read More

What are your pets thankful for?

Posted by Jennifer on November 24th, 2014

What are you and your pets thankful for this Thanksgiving? Read More

Pet Proofing Your Home 101

Posted by Guest Author on November 21st, 2014

If you adopt a new pet, is your home ready to welcome the new addition to the family? While you want your furry new friend to roam, you also want your home in one piece. So take these quick and simple pet proofing steps so everyone is happy and safe. Read More

Soldier the dog

Posted by Jennifer on November 20th, 2014

Soldier-dog-with-veteranMissouri Puppies for Parole shared this story with us in honor of Veteran’s Day last week. Such a story is heart-warming to share on any day! They said, “Here is a veteran from the Greatest Generation who along with the many thousands of Veterans of so many of our wars we celebrate this week and remember their contribution to freedom and liberty for all of us. Read More

Finding a good pet sitter

Posted by Jennifer on November 10th, 2014

pet-sitting-logosVacationing or traveling with pets can be fun, but sometimes you need to find a good pet sitter for your pet. Work trips, out-of-country travel, or even an extra-long work day can mean your normal pet care routine can’t happen on schedule. You might be lucky enough to have a reliable friend or neighbor who can care for your pets, but what if you don’t? Boarding kennels are an option, but many pet owners fear their pets will not be happy in a kennel setting. Not to worry, in almost every city and town there are plenty of pet sitters that can take good care of your pets until you return. Read More

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