After more than a year of cuddling at your feet or walking across your laptop as you Zoomed into meetings from home, your cat may become stressed when you start going into the office. Separation anxiety in cats is more common than most people think. There are many simple strategies that can help you prepare
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Are you still getting into a wrestling match with your dog when it comes to trimming its nails? Or, maybe your attempt to clip has ended with a bloody paw and a heavy heart for the hurt you caused with the DIY approach to canine nail care? If you're ready to stop the nail clipping madness,
Our pets enrich our lives, bringing us joy, and helping us open our minds and hearts to adventure each day. Whether they are our companion, service animal, family comedian, or “pet therapist,” there are many reasons to celebrate our pets. National Pet Week, May 2-8, is the perfect time to do something special for and
Accidental pet poisoning incidents occur in the hundreds of thousands each year in the United States. The majority of these devastating accidents take place at a pet owner's home. As you and your pets become more active in spring and summer, it’s important to identify risks for, and be prepared to properly respond to a
We see our dogs do it all the time—sniff another canine’s backside. Inquiring minds want to know: why does your dog sniff your rear end? If you haven’t wondered it aloud yourself, you are bound to encounter a young child who will do just that. After reading today’s blog post, you will be ready to
It’s gardening season in Smyrna, but before you place that pretty plant in the garden you'll want to be sure it is not poisonous to your pet cat or dog. In honor of National Pet Poison Prevention Awareness Month, we’ve gathered the must-know info on some of the many plants that are poisonous, even deadly,
All dogs, whether you raise them from a puppy or middle-age, need confident leadership throughout their lifespan. If a dog—particularly a rescue dog that may be living in a home for the first time in its life—does not sense a leader among its humans, then the dog will try to assert itself in the leader
If you’ve found a rescue dog to adopt through a verified shelter or animal rescue, there are a few things you need to do before you bring the dog home. You'll want to prepare your home and establish ground rules with all family members before the dog arrives. You also have to allow time for
Whether you choose to work with a dog rescue in Smyrna, GA or one that is located out of the area (including out of state), doing your research is crucial to the success of your dog adoption. So, you are ready to adopt a rescue dog. Where should you begin? In Part 1 of our
When you rescue a dog, there’s very little information you (or the rescue) might know about its background. Regardless of the dog’s history, there are many things you can do to help your new dog become a wonderful, loving family pet. Where Did Your Rescue Dog Come From? Some rescue dogs are in rescue through