Poison Alert! 199 Pet Poisonous Plants & What to Do

‘Tis the season for decking the hall with garlands and more. I received an email from ProFlowers.com with this great infographic to share, and it seemed particularly timely. Of course, my advice is to keep toxic plants out of the … Continue reading

Pet Holiday Visits? 10 Tips to Keep Tails Wagging

Are pet holiday visits in your travel plans? Family gatherings are a big part of the holidays, and pets double the fun—and the stress. Most cats hate strange environments, so a pet sitter is usually the best choice for kitty. … Continue reading

Puppy Diarrhea, Home Remedies & When to Call The Vet

Puppy diarrhea ranks near the top as a common puppy problem, and being familiar with dog diarrhea treatment is important. Mild cases may be treated at home and get better but diarrhea can be deadly especially for puppies. When you have … Continue reading

Don’t Go! Canine Separation Anxiety & What to Do

Canine separation anxiety isn’t uncommon. According to veterinary behaviorists reporting at the Western Veterinary Conference, about fourteen percent of pet dogs seen in veterinary clinics suffer from problems being left alone. Puppies adopted before eight weeks of age, mixed breeds … Continue reading

AAHA: THE STANDARD OF VETERINARY EXCELLENCE

While I was at the BlogPaws conference last month, I attended a special session sponsored by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA.org). Having previously worked as a vet tech, I’m familiar with this organization and learned even more during the … Continue reading