It’s St. Patrick’s Day! St. Pawtrick’s Day for all the pet parents and animal lovers out there! Shamrocks, rainbows, leprechauns, this holiday has it all. Named after Saint Patrick, the most recognized patron saint of Ireland, St. Patrick’s Day will be paw-sitively event filled. For pet parents out there, St. Patty’s can mean a lot […]
Dog Trainer To Celebs – Kate Perry Sings to Dog Ears!
Kate Perry and Yvonne Conza have created a new style to dog training in their“releashed” book titled; Training for Both Ends of the Leash! The training angle of the book focuses on empowering the pet parent through specialized hands-on training, using positive reinforcement (where are the treats?), and incorporating the lifestyles of both pet […]
Holiday Myth! Rudolph The Red-Nosed Caribou?
Rudolph The Red-Nosed Caribou? What some seasonal enthusiasts might not realize when singing the holiday classic, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is that the caribou and reindeer are the same species. Ole’ Saint Nick knew exactly what he was doing when choosing the reindeer; they are the domesticated variety of caribou and easily herded by elves […]
They Only Get Better With Age: Adopt a Senior Dog with The @GreyMuzzleOrg anization!
In 2008, after being inspired into action, Julie Dudley started The Grey Muzzle Organization, a group founded to help homeless senior dogs. Her inspiration came after she volunteered and witnessed the struggles of senior dogs. Younger dogs are more likely to be adopted than older dogs. After doing some research, Julie found that, at the […]
Don’t let your dog get Spooked! Tips for Safe Howloween!
For all those who are still celebrating Halloween… Halloween is the perfect occasion to celebrate this silly season with your pet with cute and creative costumes! But before dressing your pooch as Katy Perry, remember that to enjoy the levity and hilarity of the holiday, we have to make our pet’s safety a priority. That […]
Hey Little Rascals – Sparky And The Gang To The Animal Rescue!
L.A. is known for its busy highways and traffic jams. Everyone has a car. But if it wasn’t for the traffic, perhaps Sherri Stankewitz wouldn’t have gotten off at an earlier exit in frustration, and stumbled upon a growing problem in South Central LA. Just one hundred feet from the highway roamed hundreds of […]