Health/Wellness

4 Reasons We Should Volunteer at Our Local Animal Shelters

by Jessie Isbell • April 6, 2016

Are you looking for a volunteer opportunity? Are you thinking about adopting a new pet? Do you love getting attention and love from dogs and cats? There are many reasons we may want to volunteer at our local animal shelter, and all of them are great in my opinion. Next week, April 10th to 16th […]


The ASPCA’s Top Ten Reasons to Spay and Neuter Your Pets

by Laurel Lewis • April 1, 2016

According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals’ website, there is a slew of facts that contribute to the good decision to spay and neuter your pets. We couldn’t agree more! Without further ado, I present to you the ASPCA’s top ten reasons to spay and neuter your pets: 1. Your […]


Springtime Tips for Pets and Pet-Owners

by Jessie Isbell • March 25, 2016

Spring is my favorite time of year, but it does come with its own set of issues for our pets, just like any other season. Warmer weather means spending more time outside, and more bugs making an appearance. We must make sure our pets are protected against fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes. We must also take […]


Stamp Out Fleas, Ticks and Lice with Seresto!

by Jessie Isbell • March 22, 2016

We should all be aware by now that as of March 20th, Spring officially arrived! The sun is shining and warming up the earth, the springtime rains have begun, the grass is growing again (or it never stopped during this warm winter!), and bugs are once again out and about and bothering me. My favorite […]


Why Does My Dog Eat Grass?

by Jessie Isbell • March 17, 2016

I don’t know about your dogs, but as soon as the grass starts to turn green in the spring, my dogs love to start chomping it. All three of my dogs love to eat grass, as well as guest doggies who come to stay for a while at my house. But what is it about […]


How to Prevent Accidental Poisoning

by Jessie Isbell • March 9, 2016

There are dangers lurking around every corner! On account of this, we all make sure to teach our children what they can and cannot put in their mouths, we watch them like hawks, and we baby proof our homes. However, we may not realize that we should also be taking these same precautions with our […]


Top 10 Tips for Responsible Dog Ownership

by Jessie Isbell • March 2, 2016

When you decide to adopt a new dog, it’s very exciting! There are so many fun things you can do with your new dog and they are so very cute at any age. It is easy to imagine all of the adventures you will have with your new companion, and it can be just as […]


How Can I Help My Aging Pet?

by Jessie Isbell • March 2, 2016

I have noticed that over the past year, my eldest dog Skeeter has been slowing down. He’s only 11, and I thought that I would have a few more years before I really started to see signs of aging! However, he has been tiring quickly, limping after playing sometimes, and has become arthritic. Just last week […]


How Prudence Supplements Can Help Your Senior Dog

by Jessie Isbell • March 2, 2016

If you are looking for a supplement to help your senior dog with sore joints, or your very active dog who runs and jumps constantly and may be prone to injury, then look no further! Prudence Ultimate Hip and Joint is that of which you’ve been dreaming. Prudence Absolute Immune Health is also a fabulous […]


4 Reasons We Should Talk to Our Dogs!

by Jessie Isbell • March 2, 2016

I talk to my dogs and cats all of the time, and it seems quite normal to me. Most of the pet parents I know do the same thing, but we have all heard people say, “Your dog can’t understand what you are saying!” and, “Why do you use full sentences like that?” I speak in full […]