What Is Pet Obesity, And How Can We Prevent It? A treat here, a crumb there, the crusts on your sandwich- seems innocent when your pet is giving you their puppy dog eyes. How can we say no? Sound familiar? These are actions many pet parents make, unknowingly...
Our pets are our everything, and although we know that nothing lasts forever, we wish that weren’t the case for our fur babies. We are our pets’ entire lives, and more often than not, they are a portion of ours. However, that doesn’t make separating from their companionship easier when it’s time they passed on. As people, we are so lucky to have the opportunity to be our pets’ responsible guardians, and having the chance to walk life with them by our side is priceless. So when it is time, how are we meant to cope with the loss of a pet? How can we make it easier?
Most children love animals, and from the moment they can, they will beg their parents for a puppy or a kitten. Pets bring smiles, laughter, and friendship to a child; what could be better than that?
Anxiety is a disorder that affects many humans day in and day out.
Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) can create a massive impact on the quality of life a human has when they are suffering from attacks.
Nowadays, we are gaining more and more insight into the issue and what we can do to treat the disorder…but what do we do when it is prevalent in our dogs?