Our pets are considered part of the family and are often invited or included in holiday gatherings but do we really think about them when planning our meals and activities?
Although, we dodged Hurricane Joaquin, it’s a good time to start thinking about how to prepare your pets in case of a weather emergency.
Dr. Curtis Martin from Artemis VESS in Bristow provides critical information about what foods are toxic to pets. Plus you could win a prize from Pet Valu in Bristow!
As an active user of our HOA Residents’ Group Facebook page I’ve noticed that nearly every week someone reports on a lost. For this edition of Pet Friendly I’d like to offer some tips to help you protect your pet from automobile and other escape-related accidents.
For this edition of Pet Friendly I’ll open a new chapter and talk about some of the realities of keeping birds as house pets.
This week I’d like to concentrate on highlighting creative ways to boost your dog’s quality of life by increasing its mental and physical activity levels this winter.
As a cat, dog or other pet owner, the New Year presents us with an ideal opportunity to pause and consider how we can further build our relationship with these important family members.
This week’s “mixed precipitation event” and subsequent snowstorm helped me realize it’s a good time to prepare pets for the colder days and months ahead so they can enjoy the winter season without risking injury or their general health.