We’ve all experienced the loss of a loved one, be it a family pet or mother, father, grandparent, etc. I think the interesting piece here is the mention that while grieving for loss of family of friends is widely seen as socially acceptable, grieving for the loss of a pet is not nearly as accepted, … Continue reading A pet’s death can hurt more than losing a fellow human
It seems like stories like these are coming out more frequently. At some point, enough has to be enough, and the company (along with all parties involved) should release something a bit more than a glorified "sweep under the rug, business as usual" routine. This dog was obviously a loving part of the family, and … Continue reading PetSmart faces another dog death
March 4-10th is National Professional Pet Sitters Week! from La Pawtite http://ift.tt/18qrOAG
While writing some of the posts for the "Muscles and Muzzles" series, it took me back to when I was a personal trainer, pouring over information and articles, trying to divise that "best workout" or "best training split" (I still have my 5/3/1 spreadsheet and calculations somewhere). I realized pretty quickly, especially after thinking about … Continue reading Welcome to “Muscles and Muzzles”!
The Farmer's Market! The one place where you can be fairly certain that everything available is a solid choice! In this "Muscles and Muzzles" post, we'll talk a little bit about that little slice of heaven, and how it can not only benefit your pets, but the entire household. In a classic throwback to the … Continue reading Muscles and Muzzles – The Farmer’s Market
In our inaugural post in the "Muscles and Muzzles" series, we'll tackle an important topic that impacts the every-day life of your pet. "Should I feed my puppy/cat/rabbit/guinea pig/etc. organic food?" All too often, people reach for the cheapest, most chemical-laden food out there for their pets. Items like dry or wet food can be … Continue reading Muscles and Muzzles – To Eat or Not To Eat (Organic)?