Entries by Jeanne

Keeping your old dog healthy and happy…..

An Old Dog Requires Tender Loving Care Find Helpful Tips To Better Care For Your Old Dog & Dogs Of All Ages! Meet our old dog “Lulu” who turned the ripe old age of sixteen in 2010. It is with great sadness that we have to inform our visitors that we suddenly lost Lulu on […]

Kidney Failure in Dogs & Cats

Just something that has been a bit of a concern lately.  (no diagnosis yet-just noticed a increase in drinking) I have been reading article after article on the subject and found this one very informative.  I thought I should post it just in case someone else might be dealing with the same thing. Dealing with […]

Giving Kitty a Bath!

Cat Bathing as a Martial Art by Bud Herron, Columbus, Indiana, USA Some people say cats never have to be bathed. They say cats lick themselves clean. They say cats have a special enzyme of some sort in their saliva that works like new, improved Wisk — dislodging the dirt where it hides and whisking […]

How to Keep Your Dog Tick-free this Summer Pets tend to spend more of their time outdoors in the warmer summer months. In case of dogs, it is essential to be cautious about parasites, bugs and micro organisms that can harm them while they are enjoying the fresh air. Precautions are necessary to keep such […]

For all the dog lovers out there!

I found this article somewhere…on one of the many dog related websites I am on. I think it sums up just about everything all dog owners feel about their dogs!  It could say…”it’s just a cat” or “it’s just a horse” just as easily. Pet lovers…in general…understand!  


Dog Walking Tips

A Few Tips Before Dog Walking Dogs are great walking companions, great personal trainers, and great nags. If you begin walking with your dog, you may soon find his tail is wagging your walking program. They are ready to walk when you are (unlike friends and family), will tow you down the trail, and let […]

The Best Dog Walking Partners-Man vs. Dog

I found this article interesting! Is it better to walk a human or to walk a dog? New research from the University of Missouri has found that people who dog walk are more consistent about regular exercise and show more improvement in fitness than people who walk with a human companion. In a 12-week study […]

The Importance of Dog Walking

Did you know that wolves and dogs are related to each other? From the Great Dane to the toy Chihuahua, all breed of dogs are direct descendants of the wolf. And because of that, many of the wolf’s characteristics and behaviors still survive in today’s domestic dogs. One of the similarities that exist between wolves […]