Pet Tips: Preventing Illness
Today’s blog had an interesting if ultimately painful origin. There I was sitting at my desk, as I do every day, trying to come up with something to write about. Harvey, my occasionally loving feline, is sprawled upon my lap. She, with her eyes half open, allows me to gently massage her head, now and again nipping at my hand when my technique falters or, I suspect, she feels it’s time to communicate to me that I am only alive because she chooses to allow me to be so.
Stay Active With Your Pets!
As the temperature begins to drop it’s easy to slow down a bit. You look outside and say to yourself, “It’s too chilly to go out, I’ll just curl up with a good book.” In today’s blog I’m going to try to encourage you to stay active through the Fall and Winter, for your sake and for the sake of your pet or pets.
Foods Harmful To Pets
In my last blog post about how to keep your pets safe on Halloween I mentioned that many types of candy can harmful to pets. Given that I had to address many other topics, I was unable to go into great detail about which types of candy are indeed harmful. That didn’t sit well with me so today I’m going to do just that.
Keeping Your Pets Safe On Halloween
Halloween is right around the corner, folks. While you’re relishing in the autumn leaves, candy corn, and children dressed in ghoulish attire don’t forget about your furry best friend. It’s easy to get caught up in the Halloween festivities but you’ve got to make it safe for your pets.