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I’m so excited to publish this guest post from Nicole with DogVills! Anyone that reads my blog knows my dog, Shermie, suffers from anxiety and some days are better than others. Nicole writes about how to help your shy dog...
Well, Bruiser is 14 years old and the oldest dog I’ve ever had the privilege of sharing my life with. We had a super scary weekend about two weeks ago as he went into congestive heart failure but pulled through...
I've heard from multiple Veterinary Hospitals that they received an update last week from the state veterinarian reporting the first confirmed case of canine influenza (CIV) in Grants Pass, OR.
Last year's Bow Wow Film Festival was so much fun. This year's event will be at The Clinton St. Theater on Sunday, Feb 25 and it will benefit Oregon Humane Society. 100% of ticket proceeds go to OHS! The show starts at 5:00 pm and doors open at 4:30 pm. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under and can be purchased online or at the door.
Probiotics are composed of bacteria or yeasts that keep pets healthy and alive. And a large part of your immune system lives in your gut. GI health is super important! 70% of your immune system is located in your gut.
Put this on your bucket list: This has been on my Bucket list! I have been dreaming about a tattoo of my dogs for many years. I approached an amazing tattoo artist at Wonderland Tattoo (in PDX) and Savannah Trevino took on my "project". I literally met with her for a consult and she came up with the concept and design. I didn't get to see it until the morning of the appointment. It was like Christmas!
I spend time writing blog posts but also write health and wellness articles for Rover.com - a pet sitting/dog walking resource found in cities throughout the country. Someone asked me recently about the articles I've written about senior dogs and it dawned on me that I've never done a quick round-up post. These are some of my fave articles about seniors.
The minute you get there you can see it in their eyes. They are a little sad to see you as that reinforces their human hasn’t returned. You can turn this around pretty quickly but I could feel that from...
What does a dog mom want for the holidays? She wants something that reminds her of those that are precious to her. With all the love that goes into everything above, a canvas she can stare at in her office will put a huge smile on her face. Pop Your Pup is such a great gift!