What’s Up with That Dog Breath?

Not yours…your dog’s! We love our pets but it’s hard to get close to them when they have bad breath and the worst part is: this could be an warning sign of poor health and potential problems. Over 90% of dogs over the age of 3 suffer from some sort of dental disease. Do you … Read more…

Tips on Taking Photographs of Your Pet

If you run out of models for your photography sessions, you might consider your pets as models. However, you must know how to handle your pets during your photography sessions because without the right school, the session might become a mess. Here are some tips on handling your pets during a photoshoot. You must check … Read more…

Are You Prepared to Care For Your Pet in an Emergency?

Natural disasters occur everyday – earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes and floods. Do you know what you will do to help your pet if any of these happen to you? Dr. Dick Green, Director of Disaster Response for the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) has some great ideas to make sure, ahead … Read more…

6 Pros for Having a Class Pet

Last school year, my 4th grader ran up to the car on the Friday before the week-long Thanksgiving break and said, “Can we take Hoodie for the week?” Huh!? Their class pet was a guinea pig. Over the years, the kids have had various class pets ranging from fish to turtles to warm-blooded critters like … Read more…