Mold In Your Home: Your Furry Friends Are At Risk

Many people don’t realize that a small amount of water or moisture in their homes can quickly create the conditions for mold growth. Mold isn’t just a financial worry — it is a health hazard for humans and pets alike. Airborne mold can cause all types of...

Dogs in the DogDays of Summer and Hot Cars

I have the official info about leaving dogs (or children for that matter) in a car during the summer or warm temps.  I know there is a huge debate over this where people get their windows bashed-in because of a concerned and a pet in the car.  The car owner gets very...

Myths and Facts about dogs and cats

This was originally written by Michele C. Hollow. I have found these to be very true. Cats don’t have nine lives—even though cat lovers wish they did—and dogs are not color blind. A lot of falsehoods about cats and dogs are often mistakenly accepted as facts. Here are...

Doggie Puzzles

I thought people might find this interesting.  It’s an article about toys being puzzles for your dogs.  The Doggie Tornado is interesting.  One of our client’s dog has one.  Fun to watch her figure it out. Here is the link:...

Knowing when it’s time to say goodbye

I found this article It just seemed to speak to me. By Dr. HOLLY WOLTZ Columnist Dora, my Irish “red devil” terrier, and I spent a few hours on Sunday at Cedar Creek talking about pets and veterinary medicine. There was a party (who can resist free food and...

Dangers of Mushrooms, mold and other Fungi

We have been getting a lot of rain this year.  The rain may have caused mushrooms to come up in your yard.  I have never paid these much attention and did not realize how dangerous – MUSHROOMS can be to your pets.  I have not really thought about this until the other...

Why do dogs drool?

This is an article we found on FamilyPet NewsPAWpaper.  It is interesting for those of us who have big time slobber kings and queens… Why do some dogs drool? Many dogs drool for a variety of reasons. It’s common for dogs to drool, or salivate, at the sight or...

Cats and Coffee…They don’t mix!

We never knew that cats have big problems with caffeine.  This article from FamilyPet NewsPAWpaper gives us new light on the issues with felines getting too much caffeine… What is the danger of letting my cat drink coffee? Cats are often very curious about...

Fruits for your Dog

Discover what fruit dogs can and cannot eat for a healthy treat. By Kristina Lotz and Melissa Kauffman | Posted: Nov 14, 2012, 8 a.m. EST 178 Humans love fruit and we know bananas and strawberries are good for us, but did you know they are good for your dogs too? Not...