Posted by Erin McLaughlin on Wednesday, November 9, 2011,
When the house begins to fill up with family, friends and more importantly food, it can get a little hairy trying to keep both visitors and pets happy. Here are some ideas we've come up with to help ease the stress on all involved.
- Give your dogs a good walk or romp in the yard early in the day to help tire them out and release some of the tension they've been sensing in you and other family members leading up to the big day. Not only will it help to stretch their legs, but it's a good w... Continue reading ...
Posted by Erin McLaughlin on Saturday, October 24, 2009,
Pet Health Tips
Prepare your body, mind, and spirit for the upcoming festivities, and don't forget to be prepared to be extra careful of your pets as well. With all the treats laying around, our pets are bound to get a hold of something. Here's some foods that we need to keep out of reach of our hungry pets paws:
Nuts: we know for certain macadamia nuts are one of the most toxic nuts for dogs, followed by walnuts and almonds, especially bitter almonds. When dogs get into these delicious nuts, dogs seem to ...