Frostbite is a medical term used to describe damage to the skin and other tissue due to extreme cold. Frostbite tends to occur on the extremities of the bodies furthest from the heart and in tissues with plenty of exposed surface area. Dogs are not immune to frostbite, and they are most likely to get it on their paws, ears, and tail. Especially if the dog is damp or wet, there is a higher chance that the mentioned parts can get frostbite. How to Prevent Frostbite The smaller the dog, the harder......
Dogs, unfortunately, are no stranger to the unpleasant experiences associated with fears, phobias, and anxiety. Fortunately, there are ways to calm your dog naturally! First, you should really make yourself aware of and understand the differences of fears, phobias, and anxiety. Fear is an emotion that is felt in response to a real or imagined threat. This feeling produces action that in the nervous system that tells your dog to react in one way or another which is known as the fight or flight effect. Fear is completely normal and without......
August 8th (tomorrow!) is International Cat Day, so in honor of them, we ask you to please….take pity on your kitties when it comes to leaving them alone for long periods of time. In our line of work, we pet sitters insist on seeing your kitty every single day for a number of reasons (and twice a day for kittens)…the LEAST of which is money in our pockets. Here are a few: Cats like clean, fresh water. How would you like to be left with a water bowl full of tepid water......