That 100-year-old oriental carpet, the magnificent hand-crafted chair that dates back to the days of the revolution – your treasures which have stood the test of time cannot withstand the test of your animal’ antics! Returning home after a casual Saturday coffee you greet your new golden retriever puppy, body in full tail-wag-spasm. You look […]
National Dog Bite Prevention Week – Safety Tips!
Have you ever come face-to-face with a slightly more aggressive dog, or found yourself feeling threatened by an animal?It is important to know how to act in those situations, which is why this upcoming week (May 17-23) is National Dog Bite Prevention Week! Put on annually by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), its goal […]
The Canine Heroes of Ground Zero
In the roughly 40,000 years that humans and dogs have been companions, canines have served us so well, so often, and in so many ways, it practically defies the imagination. Dogs have been our eyes and our noses. They have jumped between children and deadly snakes. They have saved skiers buried by avalanche, and […]
The Miracle of the Needle
How to help your pet feel better when traditional medicine is not enough. Dex, the schnauzer, was having trouble walking. The eleven-year-old also had a history of liver problems, which made his owner, Sally Hinkle, wary of using traditional arthritis medication. Sally Hinkle’s 11-year-old schnauzer Dex was having trouble walking and a long history of […]