Recently a client reached out to me to ask if her dog could be depressed. Her family had recently experienced the loss of another companion animal, and although the surviving pup was eating, drinking, peeing and pooping in a normal manner, her behavior was described as being just lethargic and even "sad". It may
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- By Sally James Freelance Writer Extreme Activities for Your Dog If you take on the message of Jack London’s novel Call of the Wild, then your dog, from time to time, deserves to throw off the confines of being a pet in the modern 21st century and unleash their primitive and wild side. It’s a
How to Prepare Your Dog for A New Baby For most of us, our four-legged companion happens to be our first baby. We get married and adopt a dog to become pet parents and the journey of unconditional love thus begins. However, there comes a point in all our lives when we finally settle down to
Moving can be a stressful experience all around, but it can be particularly confusing for our canine companions. After all, they only see things going into boxes and can ‘sense’ that changes are coming. However, once the transition occurs and everyone is in the new home, there are a quite a few things dog
By Guest Blogger Kaylee White Think about all the things that make you happy at work. You’d probably name a cheerful work environment—pretty décor, lots of windows, good lighting. And there are your co-workers, of course: Being part of a great team is a good way to help build happiness at work. Meeting deadlines can
Yes, I call myself a dog-mom... I have two beautiful "people" kids and three amazing "fur-kids" myself. Yesterday, I got to spend Mother's Day with Dillon, my son and Biscuit, my pretty princess (the others were scattered doing other things). I feel like a mom to my dogs. I know some people roll their