Have you thought about getting a Pet Bird?
The month of April has several pet events occurring individually. However, the entire month is about preventing cruelty to animals and pet events – animal welfare! April Events Our USA National Pet Day which I have mentioned in earlier posts is celebrated on April 11th. I hope you give your pets some extra loving attention.Continue reading “Pet Events – Animal Welfare”
My Google search for March pet celebrations revealed some fun points mentioned by Readers’ Digest and Google both. See the information below. There appear to be many ways and days we can conjure up as pet holidays in March. March 2021 March 2021 marked a year since Covid sent us inside to work from ourContinue reading “March Pet Celebrations”
Pet seasonal allergies and skin care needs seem to bloom along with our glorious flowers in Spring. So I found a number of great remedies for pet allergies and skin care. Some of our animals need extra help with those problems. Below I am sharing some special USA-made and sourced natural products for good helpContinue reading “Pet Seasonal Allergies”
Are you considering rescuing an adorable kitten? Or have your already done so and are trying now to train your fur ball? See some important questions to ask yourself if you are about to adopt or rescue a cute kitty: “Pet Adoption Questions”. Some good potty training advice is given by Dr. Elsey’s Marketing Director,Continue reading “New Kitten?”
August 2020 Article: Pet Stairs – Does Your Pet Suffer When Climbing? Back in August of 2020 I wrote one of my first posts on pet stairs- reviews and the importance of pet stairs entitled “Does your Pet Suffer When Climbing” . My post included different types of pet stairs and reviews by Best Reviews.com,Continue reading “Pet Stairs – Reviews”
Our Pure Breed Cocker Never have I written about the dog I grew up with or, for that matter, a dog story. His name was Tux. He was a beautiful red and white Cocker Spaniel with a creamy white strip of fur on the top of his head down thru the sides of his jowls.Continue reading “Remembering Tux”
I wrote a post a few weeks ago about being in “The Doldrums“. I am sure you all have felt that way too with the Covid restrictions we have been facing so long and continuing on until we are rid of this deadly virus. As you might imagine our pets get the “doldrums” too andContinue reading “It’s Good to Challenge your Fur Baby”