Tag: tips

Building Bonds and Trusting Relationships with Your Pets

There isn’t a relationship around that can survive without trust. My relationship with my dog Peyton is deep enough that he will trust me most of the time, but there are still those moments when he looks at me and runs the other way. Often time when pets don’t obey they put themselves in harm’s […]


Celebrity pet photographer Grace Chon on taking the perfect photo of your pet

Doting pet parents have a relentless need to constantly photograph every adorable pet moment.  Their smartphones aren’t filled with selfies and sunsets but rather TONS of photos of their furbabies… a fluffy coat after getting groomed, Fido laying on his bed, and another of Fido laying on his bed because this time his paws are […]


How to Handle Dog Walking in Bad Weather

When the weather is right, dog walking is probably the best part of your day, right? But what about when it’s too hot, too cold, raining or snowing? If you’re anything like a lot of pet owners, you probably prefer skipping the walk altogether on such days! As a loving pet parent, though, you know […]


7 Ways to Make Thanksgiving Safe for Your Pet

As you gather with friends and family for Thanksgiving, keep these tips in mind to keep your pet safe. Take a few minutes to ensure your home is ready for guests and your pets.  Knowing you’ve taken a few steps to make Thanksgiving safe will put your mind at ease so you can fully enjoy […]


DIY Project – Turn Two Messy Kitty Litter Boxes into a Tricked-Out Kitty Litter Room

I am one of those people who has no kids and spoils her cat.  My boy, O’Malley, has an automatic food dispenser, a drinking fountain, and even a cat cave that was hand crafted in Lithuania.  Prior to this project, he enjoyed two kitty litter boxes – one in the guest room and the other […]


Catios Can Be Built in Three Hours or Less, and Let Your Cats Enjoy the Outdoors Safely

A cat’s natural instinct is one of a predatory animal and to satisfy that nature, they might be spending a lot of time trying to get to the great outdoors. Unless you have a cat familiar with outdoors and the dangers it can possess, this can prove to be detrimental. There is a great solution […]


Caring for the Dog that Cares for You

Much controversy has surrounded the rising popularity of ESAs (emotional support animals) in recent years, but the fact is, many with anxiety disorders, PTSD, clinically diagnosed depression, and other psychological conditions have been “prescribed pets” and these individuals can legally take their ESA pets where others can’t. Caring for these animals is a top priority […]


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