First Aid Pet Medicine Chest

While your veterinarian diagnoses and prescribes for your pet’s health issues, first aid as well as minor problems may benefit from human medicines. Let’s face it, Fido and Sheba rarely tears a claw or eats something ify during regular clinic … Continue reading

Monday Mentions: Veterinarians, Vaccines, Snakes & Cheese

This past week has been a challenge–exciting, fun, head-pounding angst, and more. This blog migrated from one server to a new one that also hosts my author/speaker website and there were a few hiccups along the way. Not all subscribers … Continue reading

Dogs Travel in Style with a Licensed to Drive!

My first dog HATED car rides, and would shiver, shake and cry the entire time inside the vehicle. That’s probably because he got car sick during his first-ever ride, and then later he began to associate the ride with vet … Continue reading

9 Dental Issues You Share With Your Cats and Dogs

Could your dog’s breath melt your glasses? Does your cat’s smile look like five miles of bad road? Pet tooth problems are surprisingly similar to their owners’ dental issues. February is National Pet Dental Health Month and a good time … Continue reading

Monday Mentions: Migration, Vet Conference, Audio Book & Award!

IT’S ALIVE! Yes, this is my third AUDIO book publication this time for ComPETability: Cats. I just got word that it’s available and should be on the amazon.com book page soon, as well. If all has gone as planned, my … Continue reading