by Kate Spencer
The summer’s severe weather across the states of Colorado has left the words “emergency” and “evacuation” emblazoned across my mind. Thinking about it, I had to admit that I wouldn’t really be prepared to take care of myself in an evacuation situation, much less my dog and my cat. However, when precious seconds can matter, it pays to be prepared ahead of time.
by Kate Spencer
As summer brings vacations for people, so it also brings vacations for pets.
by Sarah Rumple
Growing up, many of us asked our parents for a pet at one time or another. I was no exception to this, in fact, I was probably a bit over-the-top when it came to asking my parents for a pet I could call my own. Although we always had pets in our home, I wanted to have one that was mine, one I could ... [More]
by Nancy Kay, DVM
I use the term Advocacy Aids to describe a set of health forms I’ve created to help you excel as your pet’s medical advocate. Where can you find them? It’s easy. Simply go to www.speakingforspot.com and look for “Resources” in the red horizontal main menu. [More]
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