Be sure to read the latest news from our charitable foundation. This month’s featured award was presented to True Blue Animal Rescue, a Texas-based group whose mission is to save the lives of homeless animals and prevent overpopulation. In this post, you’ll see how this Lone Star rescue group is using our financial award to prevent abandonment and avoid unwanted pregnancies. See how automatic donations as well as one-time contributions from readers just like you have made a big difference for this small rescue …
Questionable Pet Behavior by Dr. Jane
Questionable pet behavior in our fur-kids can be fascinating. And sometimes, a little confusing. In the latest from Dr. Jane, our holistic veterinarian takes a look at a few of questionable pet behaviors that make pet parents scratch their head. From your dog circling around the ground just prior to eliminating wastes, to the real reasons behind your cat’s meow, don’t miss this intriguing exposé on creature curiosities. To find out the skinny on common-but-puzzling pet behaviors, read the latest Dr. Jane post now …
Why Does My Dog Stare At Me?
Why Does My Dog Turn in Circles Before He Poops?
Why Does My Cat Lick Me?
Why Does My Cat Meow At Me?
Healthy Dog Exercise Video
This month’s episode of Pet Talk with Dr. Sarah is for anyone considering a new healthy dog exercise routine. Let’s face it, starting any sort of new healthy dog exercise routine can be brutal. Even with the added bonuses of losing weight, sleeping more soundly and feeling better, it’s hard to fully commit yourself. It can even prove too much of a challenge for some … unless you have the right partner. Fortunately, Dr. Sarah’s latest video reveals six important steps towards starting and maintaining a healthy dog exercise routine with your canine companion. Watch the latest episode of Pet Talk now …
If you’re serious about a healthy dog, don’t miss Dr. Sarah’s six vital steps for starting and maintaining an exercise routine with your dog.
This month’s featured award was presented to Dog Town Canine Rescue, a Nevada-based group whose mission is to save the lives of homeless dogs and prevent overpopulation. In this post, you’ll see how this small but mighty group is using our financial award to help canines in their community. All of our Foundation stories are thanks to you, as your continued business helps to fund each of the grants our non-profit awards. Read the latest heartwarming news now …
Alternative Therapies for Joint Problems
Looking for Alternative Therapies for Joint Problems? Like humans, companion animals are living longer. That means more and more dogs and cats must deal with complications from chronic degenerative diseases, such as arthritis. Pain associated with joint problems can more than cramp your pet’s style, it can also stop them in their tracks. Thankfully, our good doctor is here to report on therapies that many remain unaware of – specifically, class 4 laser therapy. In the latest episode of Pet Talk, Dr. Sarah reveals how these light treatments can make a significant improvement in your pet kid’s quality of life. Watch Pet Talk now …
What is that Smell?
Are you asking: What is that smell? Companion animals and humans share all sorts of similar health problems. And then there are issues that are uniquely canine or feline. For example, have you ever wondered why your pet kid scooches his butt across the carpet, but were afraid to ask? Turns out, this could signal a potentially serious glandular problem. If you’re unfamiliar with this unfortunate yet all-too-common condition, you should definitely check out Dr. Jane’s latest message. Don’t wait another moment, read Dr. Jane’s post now …
Now in Reston VA
We are now in Reston VA! I’m so glad to be back in Virginia and look forward to meeting all you pet parents. Yes I am still operating in Tampa FL too! Business is good and this expansion will be great!
Thank you shout out to all my current customers! You will still receive the same great service you have always experienced. No worries!
Believe in The Power of Preventive Care! If you’re like many pet parents, the mere prospect of an annual exam fills you with dread. Unfortunately, this extends to the care of pet kids, too. In the latest episode of Pet Talk, Dr. Sarah explains exactly what to expect from a veterinary exam, and why each step is vital to the long-term health and happiness of your companion animal. It’s everything you ever wanted to know about proper pet care, demonstrated clearly and with loads of great tips. Watch Pet Talk now …
Pet parents postpone annual health exams for their dogs and cats for all manner of reasons. For some, it’s a fear of what your veterinarian will find during the examination. Others worry about the expense of the exam itself. And some seek only to avoid the stress a vet visit causes their pet kids. Regardless of the rationales behind not going in, the benefits far outweigh the more immediate costs of inaction.
The Power of Preventive Care and the advantages of a yearly check-up are so vital, Dr. Sarah has devoted an entire episode of Pet Talk to the topic, providing all the motives why you shouldn’t put it off. In her clear and no-nonsense style, our good doctor walks you step-by-step through a typical annual wellbeing examination, revealing exactly what veterinarians are thinking when they’re investigating your pet kid’s health … and, why each step is vital to the long-term health and happiness of your companion animal.
Don’t miss this month’s episode of Pet Talk, and be sure to click on the ‘Email’ link to share this important message with friends and family!
If you suffer from Cynophobia The Fear of Dogs, take heart – you are not alone! Like many phobias, the fear of dogs is typically triggered by a negative experience, often during childhood. Many Americans know this kind of fear, though fewer know the technical term for it, and even fewer are ever formally diagnosed. Animal-based phobias are the most common type of fears. A recent study put the number of US citizens suffering from a fear of dogs at well over 60 million people. Fortunately, it’s a condition that can be overcome. To learn more about cynophobia, check out the latest from Dr. Jane. In this post, she explores the ins and outs of this all-too-common fear. Read Dr. Jane’s post now …
Imagine walking down the road. Suddenly, you are confronted by a large, snarling dog heading directly for you. Try to imagine your level of fear. If you were once terrorized by a dog earlier in life, multiply that fright by a factor of ten. If you suffer from Cynophobia The Fear of Dogs, take heart – Cynophobics generally respond very well to treatment. In fact, some people actually report just ‘growing out of it’, especially after positive experiences with dog.
Dog Loves Tennis
Check out the latest internet sensation that’s getting loads of views. You’ll surely be entertained by this viral pet video!