The Fourth of July, while fun for humans, can be scary for your pet! With firecrackers going off at random hours and loud parade sounds – even the most easy-going pets can get a little rattled. Click here for tips & tricks on getting ready for the holiday!
Happy April Friends! This month I’ll be subbing in for Abbey with a special column of “Ask Granny”. I wouldn’t call myself an expert – but I certainly have been around the block a time or two! At the ripe age of 20, the Shelter team has deemed me the best option for giving out cat advice.
Click here to read my top 5 reasons to adopt an adult cat!
This month Abbey & her mom, Hillary Hayward (also our Behavior and Training Manager), show us some of their favorite toys to get your dog’s brain working AND having fun!
This month Abbey talks to us about introducing a new dog into the home and helping the resident dog adapt to the new housemate. Adding a new dog to the home can be stressful – unless you are armed with all of the right tips and tricks!
Click here to read her full article!
The winter months can be really hard physically and mentally for dogs who can’t be outside for an extended period of time. Inactivity leads to bored dogs and trust me, bored dogs tend to be the ones that find their own “fun” aka sometimes destructive or other unwanted behaviors. Just ask me, I love finding trouble when I’m bored.