Monthly Archives: November 2011

Laser Light Fun Isn’t Always Healthy For Your Kitty

2011-11-15T19:22:39-04:00

I took my people-kids to watch Puss In Boots this weekend.  It was hilarious...including the part where he was distracted by a laser light and instantly went into cute-kitty mode to chase it. I did some research on cats and laser lights and was surprised to find that  it's not always the best thing to

Laser Light Fun Isn’t Always Healthy For Your Kitty2011-11-15T19:22:39-04:00

How Often Should My Puppy/Dog Be Let Out?

2011-11-13T18:21:21-04:00

The method that you use to potty-train your dog will determine how many times a day your fur-baby should be let out. At Paws Pet Care, we are big advocates of crate training, and believe that there is no better method to house-train a dog than with a crate. Dogs are, by nature, den animals

How Often Should My Puppy/Dog Be Let Out?2011-11-13T18:21:21-04:00

Does Your Pet Pee On Your Feet At The Door?

2017-07-18T16:55:34-04:00

Riley, our boxer and the Paws Pet Care pack leader - is always super-excited to see us when we come in at the end of the day (or anytime we leave and come back..even if it's to go get the mail!).  His little tail-nub waggles and his butt wiggles with excitement....and his excitement is usually

Does Your Pet Pee On Your Feet At The Door?2017-07-18T16:55:34-04:00

Human Foods That Dogs Can Eat This Holiday Season

2011-11-08T17:32:16-04:00

I am always tempted to treat our fur-kid boxer "Riley" with little morsels that I'm eating. He is, after all...like one of our children and we like to treat him so.  We are always careful to avoid poisoning him with high-risk foods like chocolate, macadamia nuts, avocados, or raisons/grapes. Additionally, artificial sweeteners may keep people lean, but

Human Foods That Dogs Can Eat This Holiday Season2011-11-08T17:32:16-04:00

Consistency Matters When Training Your Pets!

2011-11-02T02:17:46-04:00

When it comes to training a new cat or dog to the rules of the house, nothing will undo your good intentions faster than being inconsistent. I see this often when I do my in-home consultations. One family member doesn't allow the cat on the dining table, or the dog to jump up on them

Consistency Matters When Training Your Pets!2011-11-02T02:17:46-04:00