Spring is upon us, and so are the elements that come with the changing of the seasons. Spring brings the joys of puppies and kittens, but also the not-so-joyful thunderstorms and Cane toads. Additionally, pollen and other allergens are airborne during this time of the year, making this a season of high alert for pet owners as our pets move through their environments. Below are some of the things we will weather this season, as well as tips to help navigate the seasonal terrai
In this time of ever increasing sunlight, your four-legged best friends are more likely to be up and at ‘em earlier and for longer hours. And for those who already have high-octane dogs, what can you do to help them manage all this energy? Dogs can be high-energy for a variety of reasons. Some dogs are just built that way, such as hunting and working breeds, while others store up energy from being left alone for long periods of time. Then there are the dogs who suffer from an
You likely know that you shouldn’t give your dog chocolate and certain other foods, but you may not realize how many things in your home can pose a danger to your pets. One of the most surprising things I learned as a new pet parent was that while being perfectly safe for humans, some houseplants are poisonous (and even deadly) to our furry friends. Familiarize yourself with the most common toxic household plants for pets so you know to keep them out of your your pets reach.