Health/Wellness

Eliminate Your Dog’s Anti-Social Behaviors with this Guide to Socialization

by Jessie Isbell • February 12, 2016

When you get a new dog, whether it be a puppy, an adult, or a senior, one of the first things you will need to do is gauge his social skills. Dog socialization is right behind housebreaking for me as one of the most important things you and your dog can master to make both […]


What Do I Need to Know about Cancer and Pets?

by Jessie Isbell • February 12, 2016

Cancer affects us all. We can each name someone we know who has battled cancer, and this is no different for our pets. Cancer is a terrible, pervasive disease. Both dogs and cats are susceptible to cancer, but it occurs about twice as often in dogs than it does in cats. Diagnosis in cats can […]


How To Choose the Perfect Dog for Me!

by Jessie Isbell • February 12, 2016

Are you ready to bring home the perfect new puppy to be your running buddy every morning? What about a snuggly senior dog to cuddle up with on the couch every evening? Do you want to find that great match, who can play well with your children in the yard? If it’s time for you […]


Wondering Whether to Vaccinate?

by Jessie Isbell • February 12, 2016

There are differing opinions among pet parents on the safety and necessity of vaccines. No matter with which side of the argument you agree, you should read on to become more well-informed. Knowledge is power, after all, and you are your pet’s first and best advocate for good health! Pro-Vaccination Arguments There are many arguments […]