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Protect your dogs paws in the summer

Dog walkers should avoid sidewalks, asphalt and fake grass on hot days With the Summer Heat still in full swing we have to continue to remind you to please be careful walking your pets. We are still hearing about dogs getting their pads burned or overheating on both city walks and also on dirt trails. Mid-day is the worst time yet we are still seeing folks walk their dogs (and/or dog walkers) at this time […]

How To Stop Your Dog From Begging For Food

Have you ever asked yourself: How do I teach my dog to stop begging at the table? How do I prevent my dog from getting in the trash? Or how do I get my dog to stop jumping on the kitchen counter? This blog will address all three of those questions, so you can worry less about your dog  begging for food. How to Stop Your Pet from Jumping on the Kitchen Counter First things […]

Holiday Pet Safety Tips

The holiday season is upon us, and many pet parents plan to include their furry companions in the festivities. As you gear up for the holidays, it is important to try to keep your pet’s eating and exercise habits as close to their normal routine as possible. Also, please be sure to steer pets clear of the following unhealthy treats, toxic plants and dangerous decorations. Be Careful with Seasonal Plants and Decorations Oh, Christmas Tree: Securely […]


This season, along with some pet safety reminders, here’s a few tips to help you create a pet-friendly Thanksgiving that will be tail-wagging fun for all. If you’re ready to give your pet the best Thanksgiving yet, check out these tips! A HOLIDAY FOR HOUNDS (AND KITTIES, TOO!) Do you feel like it’s the same-old, same-old when it comes to Thanksgiving? This year, why not make Thanksgiving special for your pet? While they may have […]


Feline Miss Charlotte’s papers show how she was adding travel stickers to her unintentional travels TM©2022 BY KITTY DILL  “WHAT?,” said I in amazement to my niece Elissa who lives in Spokane, which is in Washington State, northeast of Seattle. What Elissa was telling me was that the new resident of the Elissa and Mary household, which already included Arwen, a female chichuahua something, was a black-and-white cat named Charlotte. “I’ve never seen Arwen […]