As Summer comes to an end, it’s time to get your last minute traveling plans in order. Family vacations are no longer for humans only. Your big decision comes down to, do you take your pet with or not?
A cat can jump as much as seven times its height.
We’ve compiled a list of activities for you to enjoy, with your dog this year; including special events in our area, and easy, daily activities that are guaranteed to bring you and your dog closer together!
Winter walks pose extra challenges for dogs and the people who walk them, alike. You bundled up and faced the frigid temperatures, all out of love for your furry companion.
You walked outside and the dog snuck up behind you, then slipped through the front door again? We’ve all been there! What’s the first thing you do? Well, run after your dog, calling their name of course!
Going out of town can be a scary feeling, both for you and your animal. Trying to travel when you have a pet can create stress, if not properly planned. In-home sitting is the best option to reduce the amount of stress, on your pet.