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Pet Sitters International Advises Pet Owners to Seek Pet Care Now for Summer Plans

Post-quarantine Separation Anxiety The association is encouraging pet owners to begin the search now for professional pet sitters to watch their pets, whether their plans include returning to the office, taking a vacation, or enjoying a daytrip. PSI, the world’s leading educational association for professional pet sitters, advises pet owners to begin the search now for professional pet sitters to care for their pets. With an influx of pet lovers posting services online and on […]

Household Pets and Covid-19

  People around the world are on high alert with the rapid spread of Coronavirus, or COVID-19 – and in light of what’s going on and the thousands of articles circulating the internet, it’s important for us all to remain calm and be educated on the realities of this pandemic, especially when it comes to our animals. CAN MY PET CONTRACT COVID-19? According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, “There is no evidence that pets […]

A Few Irish & General Superstitions

Superstitious or not, almost everyone takes note when it’s Friday the 13th. People are more careful about crossing the road, pouring hot coffee, or walking down the stairs. It may be silly, but it’s all to ward off bad luck, and the Irish are big believers in this kind of caution. On Friday the 13th some people even take to their beds or refuse to leave the house. Believe it or not, but this behavior […]

29 Days of February Trivia

1. February 1 February is American Heart Month. Educate your readers on heart disease and how one can prevent it. After all, it is the leading cause of death for both men and women. February 1, 1960 – In Greensboro, North Carolina, four African American students sat down and ordered coffee at a lunch counter inside a Woolworth’s store. They were refused service, but did not leave. Instead, they waited all day. The scene was repeated […]

February is National Pet Dental Health Month

Have you noticed that your pet's breath, well.. smells really bad? Have you noticed that your pets eating habits seem painful or is eating and chewing slowly? Have you noticed blood on your pets toys or chews? Has your pet lost teeth? These could be a symptom of dental problems or other serious health issues. Did you know that more than 85 percent of cats and dogs over four years of age are affected by […]