This teaser of Lexi’s Triplets is a guest post from Jean Lee. I hope you enjoy reading the story as much as I did.
What Is Kidney Disease? Just like people, animals are susceptible to illness and stress. And, just like people, there is a lot you can do to keep them healthy. We noticed that our dog , Berti, was drinking more water. Not just once, but several days in a row. We knew that
Choosing The Right Vet Most dogs live between ten and seventeen years. The relationship you have with your veterinarian is going to be a long one. It’s a worthwhile investment of your time and energy to shop around carefully to find a vet whom you’ll be comfortable with for years. If you
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Teaching an old dog new tricks Whoever said you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, must not have owned a dog. If dogs are anything, they are extremely intelligent and can learn many new things given the chance to show you. When training your canine, keep in mind that negative energy leads
Raising awareness for Tyson’s Chance (Guest post by Joy Raley) We love to entertain and educate with our Twitter account and blog. But this time we want to use our social reach to help animals in need by raising awareness for Tyson’s Chance Animal Foundation Inc. a nonprofit animal rescue which does an
Running – A Great Way To Exercise Your Dog If You Live In The City As someone who lives in the city, there are many ways to exercise a dog in your area. Why limit your dog’s exercise just with a walk in your neighbourhood? There’s an attitude among some city dwellers that
Dogs That Refuse to Eat – What Causes This and How Can it Be Resolved? When a pet dog refuses to eat, the problem is either physical or psychological. When a pet dog refuses to eat, his owner pleads with him and tries to tempt him with food fed by hand. If the
How to care for your aging dog Now that you’re dog has shown you so much love and brought you so much joy throughout your many years together, it’s time that you return the favor when the dog reaches his elder years. Caring for an older dog is much like caring for an