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Do Dogs Really Need to Dress For Weather?

Dec 19, 2012   //   by admin   //   Dogs, Pet care, Uncategorized  //  45 Comments

Winter’s chill is making its presence known in many areas, and as we dig to the back of our closets and coat racks for parkas and seasonal outerwear, we should […]

Helpful Herbs for Your Pets Health and Well Being

Oct 18, 2012   //   by admin   //   Blog, Dogs, Pet care, Uncategorized  //  41 Comments

Herbs offer cures for many common canine ailments. I’ve used them often, with the recommendations from my vet, and my dogs have all lived long and remarkably healthy lives. Just […]

Tips to Get Your Dog Licensed

Aug 27, 2012   //   by admin   //   Blog  //  1,731 Comments

On April 26 (Tuesday) and April 27 (Wednesday) LA Animal Services will have a tent here on the Peninsula to assist people in licensing their dogs. I visited a senior […]

Pets in Hot Cars

Aug 1, 2012   //   by admin   //   Blog  //  602 Comments

PLEASE LEAVE YOUR PET AT HOME IN HOT WEATHER! On an 85 degree day, it only takes ten minutes for the inside of your car to reach 102 degrees, even […]

Airplane Travel With Your Pets

May 22, 2012   //   by admin   //   Blog  //  711 Comments

Prepare Well In Advance: For small dogs that will travel in-cabin, buy an airline-approved airplane pet carrier. The best carriers for airplane travel are durably-sewn with lots of air vents, […]

Choosing a Responsible Loving Pet Sitter

May 15, 2012   //   by admin   //   Blog  //  717 Comments

1. Interview a number of possible sitters and companies. If you are like me, you might hate the whole process of interviewing a possible anything. It’s so worth it in […]

Is Your Dog Friendly?

May 8, 2012   //   by admin   //   Dogs, Pet care  //  705 Comments

As someone who takes many dogs, including my own to dog parks, this used to be the question on my mind when walking through the gate. Now, I realize I’ve […]

What is your dog saying without really saying it!

Mar 3, 2012   //   by admin   //   Pet care  //  1,207 Comments

Nearly 90 percent of dogs communicate silently. Vocalizations and bites represent only 10 percent of their language. So, how do you know what your dog is saying in his silence? […]