by Sarah Rumple
Obviously I had noticed. At first I'd blame it on his long fur. "He's getting groomed next week," I'd say. "That'll make him look thinner again."
Then someone at work said, "Jack's looking a little fat!"
Then my mother-in-law came to visit from Illinois. She hadn't seen Jack for close to six month... [More]
by Kate Spencer
We all read it in the puppy books:
“Puppies are highly energetic creatures that need constant exercise and playtime to avoid getting bored and causing trouble.”
OK, I thought. I can do that.
by Sarah Rumple
I wouldn't consider myself a morning person, yet my alarm goes off before 5 a.m. most days of the week. And on the days when I'm supposed to have the luxury of sleeping in, I usually hear the pitter-patter of three-year-old feet entering my bedroom by 6 or 6:30 a.m. at the latest.
I've gotten used t... [More]
by Nancy Kay, DVM
May receives double billing when it comes to pets and the people who love them. Not only is this Pet Cancer Awareness Month, May also happens to host National Pet Week. In honor of this special month, I have two special offers for you.
Over the years, I’ve received many inquirie... [More]
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