Pit Bull Awareness

by Jessie Isbell • February 18, 2016

National Pit Bull Awareness Day and Month were both started by Jodi Preis of Bless the Bullys, a pit bull rescue and education group, from Middle Tennessee. National Pit Bull Awareness Day and Month are an opportunity to educate the community and change the misconceptions people may have of pit bulls being aggressive. It is a […]

Does Your Doggy Have the Winter Blues?

by Jessie Isbell • February 17, 2016

The winter can be just as much of a drain on our dogs as it is for us! I know that I miss the sunshine, wearing shorts and tank tops, going to the dog park, and spending time at my home-away-from-home on the Tennessee River (also know as my in-laws’ houseboat). Our dogs can be affected by […]

I Have an Itch that Needs Scratching

by Billie Claire Campbell • February 17, 2016

Wondering Why Your Puppy Might be Itchy? Unfortunately the list of possible reasons for a puppy to have itchy skin is practically endless. However, the following reasons are some of the more common causes that we see: One. Puppies do quite a lot of growing at that age and their skin stretches to accommodate that growth. […]

What Is Your Dog Thankful For?

by Billie Claire Campbell • February 17, 2016

Thanksgiving is right around the corner. On this day, we humans will be enjoying spending time with the family and friends we love. During the holiday season, we consider ourselves blessed to have our family and friends, good health, plenty to eat and a roof over our heads. What do you suppose makes our pets […]

Thanksgiving Treat Dos and Don’ts for Dogs

by Billie Claire Campbell • February 17, 2016

It’s that time of year again. The humans begin to decorate with all kinds of sparkly, enticing balls on prickly trees, family and friends visit and bring canine cousins to stay, and the chef of the house starts cooking things that make your dogs tail curl they smell so good. Your canine family members may […]

Shedding Season is Upon Us

by Jessie Isbell • February 16, 2016

My first sign of Spring???? SHEDDING! It’s true, many dogs shed year round, but twice a year (spring and fall) dogs with double coats “blow” their coat. It seems as if they shed so much they should be bald. Huge clumps of hair just fall from their bodies and roll along down my hallways. Double-coated canines […]

Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

by Jessie Isbell • February 15, 2016

Spring is in the air, and it’s beautiful outside! While we’re all getting out into the sunshine with our best furry friends, let’s not forget about the neglected and abused animals that don’t have wonderful people in their lives. April is Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month. If you want to help, here are some […]

Dog Days of Summer Safety

by Jessie Isbell • February 15, 2016

Naptimes at my house are some of the best parts of my day. I get to sit back and work on whatever I want-like writing a blog, and all of my doggies and my guest doggies get to relax and sleep. There are currently dogs on the sofa next to me, on the floor by […]

Let’s Show Our Pets We Love Them this Valentine’s Day by Being a Responsible Pet Owner

by Jessie Isbell • February 13, 2016

  Our dogs and cats are very special to us and we love to give them treats and cuddles to show them how much we love them! Treats and cuddles are great and very satisfying, but the best things we can do for our pets is to make sure they are healthy and happy throughout […]

Have a Red, White and Barking Blue Fourth of July!

by Jessie Isbell • February 12, 2016

I don’t know about everybody else, but I think my dogs get tired of seeing the world from behind the backyard fence or from the end of a leash. I KNOW they like to run full speed and sniff every spot any other animal has ever walked near. I also know my cats are tired […]