Puppy/Kitten

6 Ways Puppies and Babies are Just Alike!

by Jessie Isbell • October 4, 2016

Puppies and babies are just the cutest, right? There’s nothing better for bringing a smile to my face than an adorable puppy or baby headed my way. I’ve had years of experience playing with puppies, but my husband and I have just recently found out that I am pregnant with two babies of our own! […]


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 […]


Preparing for a New Puppy on National Puppy Day!

by Jessie Isbell • March 23, 2016

We all know that puppies are adorable, fun and full of playful energy. If we’ve recently adopted a puppy, we also know that they pee and poop a lot, sleep a lot, and chew up our things if we turn our backs for even a moment. Ah, the joys of sweet puppies! If we’re ready […]


5 Reasons You Should Adopt a Shelter Dog!

by Jessie Isbell • March 2, 2016

October is Adopt a Shelter Dog Month! While some of us may shy away from adopting a shelter dog because it seems a little intimidating, we want a certain breed of dog, or we want to adopt a puppy (which usually go quickly at shelters)-this shouldn’t be the case! Shelter dogs are wonderful, and I […]


If You Adopt a Pet, Hollywood Feed has Your Back!

by Jessie Isbell • March 2, 2016

Adopting a pet is one of the best things a person can do (in my humble opinion). First things first-adoption gives a loving home to an animal who does not have great prospects. You are saving a life by adopting a pet. In fact, you may be saving more than one. The bond between a […]


February Means Pet Overpopulation: Tackled. One Pet at a Time.

by Jessie Isbell • March 2, 2016

The month of February is Spay/Neuter Awareness Month as well as National Prevent a Litter Month, and February 24th is World Spay Day. With so many spay and neuter events going on this month, I thought now would be a good time to remind everyone of how important it is to spay and neuter your […]


Spay and Neuter before Spring’s Sprung!

by Jessie Isbell • February 25, 2016

It’s that time of year where Spring feels so close that we can almost touch it! Spring comes with the birds and the bees and frisky feelings for fertile dogs and cats. Did you know that one non-spayed female dog and her offspring can produce up to 67,000 puppies in just six years? That means […]


How to Nail Your Pet’s Nail Trims at Home

by Jessie Isbell • February 16, 2016

Trimming our dog’s nails regularly is a very important part of overall health. It doesn’t have to be an unpleasant, stressful experience, or cost a lot of our money and our time at the vet’s office! Nail Trims Are Important First of all, nail trimming is important because long nails can lead to: Broken and […]


Oopsy! There’s a Poopsy! What to do if your pup has an accident in the crate or house.

by Billie Claire Campbell • February 16, 2016

It’s important to know how to handle an accident in the house. Never scold your dog. This can teach him to pick a more secluded area, away from you, in the house to eliminate. It can also encourage a dog to eat his feces to hide the fact that he had an accident. It’s your […]


Crate Training Guide: A Guide to Getting Your Dog Acquainted to a New Crate

by Billie Claire Campbell • February 16, 2016

Yes. Your puppy is adorable. And yes, it’s fun to have him running about the house and sleeping in the bed at night, but unless you enjoy cleaning up after your bundle of fur when he poops and tee tees in the floor, you’ll need to house train him. House training is probably the most […]