Monday, April 23, 2018
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If you’re like me, your pets are part of your family. When you go away and can’t take them with you, you want someone reliable that you can count on to give them the best possible care. Although boarding can be a viable option, it really depends on your individual pet. Older dogs, dogs that are health-compromised or under-socialized, and...
Research shows that kids who have pets are healthier, more social, and compassionate. I have personally seen dogs give children confidence, motivate their work ethic, and challenge them. It is important for parents to teach children to respect and care for their pets. From the time my grandkids were three years old, they were helping me feed and clean up after...
Call it a canine way to interpret the New Year: this is the Year of the Dog on the Chinese calendar, and a sign from the stars that the wily Rosato Brothers—Sonny and Vito, Maltese litter mates—were ready to be taken on a trip to a genuinely dog-friendly destination. They were looking forward to walking and snacking in short...
“My pet seems to be drinking a lot of water and has always been a good eater, but for some reason seems to be losing weight recently.” This is a comment I hear often in veterinary clinics when I’m talking to owners about their dog or cat’s behaviors at home. Many people are familiar with the term diabetes and...
March, April, and May are wonderful months to visit Idyllwild, and we invite you to join us at this special time of the year, as our very mild winter weather this year now turns to springtime! There are always wonderful things to do in Idyllwild, and here are just a few things to keep in mind when you visit. For art...