Monday, July 22, 2019
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Retractable leashes are very popular, and it is not uncommon to see a dog running wild at the end of the line while an inattentive dog owner is on his/her smartphone. These leashes provide a false sense of security and are very dangerous. Retractable leashes cause more problems than a traditional lead. Not a Leash The thin cord or cable that...
The perfect pack is something all pet parents can relate to. Whether you have one pet or several, there is a calm and loving feeling that radiates when everyone is home, living in harmony, and doing their thing. For Royce Chang, her home is at its best when her two dogs and two cats are welcoming a revolving door...
A treasured 1990’s children’s book series, written and illustrated by New York illustrator, artist, and author Maira Kalman, is back in print. The star of these books, a dog named Max Stravinsky, is once again delighting children and adults everywhere as one of Kalman’s most beloved canine characters. These tales about the charismatic brown dog are back in circulation...
Many shops are happy to welcome both you and your pet My dog is my little road warrior and everyday companion. Her happy-go-lucky attitude always makes my mundane daily tasks a little more enjoyable. I find myself wishing I could take her absolutely everywhere with me (especially with all the hard work we’ve done to make her a well-behaved canine...
As we approach the season of vacation getaways, pet parents start thinking about what to do with the cat, dog, bird, fish, etc., while they’re out of town. Not all pets are portable, and some prefer routine over travel. Some do better at home, with a sitter who sleeps over or periodically checks in on them. Others fare better...
A good number of my clients are surprised to hear when I say that dogs and cats can suffer from cognitive dysfunction or cognitive decline syndromes. Often times, owners attribute perceived changes as a part of aging— they think Penny is “just growing old.” While this may certainly be true, veterinarians are increasingly recognizing that some of these changes...
Mayor Max and his deputies were having too much fun enjoying the winter wonderland of Idyllwild when the Spring issue went to press. You can look for their column again in a future issue. In the meantime, below are some favorite places to visit if you are in town. Connect with Mayor Max at www.facebook.com/mayor.max.3/ Place to go in Idyllwild RETAIL & PET...
Ah, Borrego Springs … come admire the breathtaking super bloom (a bonanza of wildflowers), scan the starlit high desert sky, stargaze at the Visitor Center or sample the cinnamon-glazed roasted nuts at the Borrego Springs Fudge Company. Whatever activities you choose, you and your canine companion couldn’t ask for a finer desert hideaway to explore. The welcome mat is out...
Here are some highlights from Superpower Dogs, an IMAX Original Film produced by Cosmic Picture and presented by Mars Petcare. Henry, a Border Collie with the Canadian Avalanche Rescue Dog Association, stands watch over the Whistler Blackcomb ski resort in the Rocky Mountains. Witness Henry in action, bravely coming to the rescue of skiers buried in an avalanche. Reef, a water rescue dog,...
“Dogs should be walking, not riding in a stroller!” That’s a proclamation I hear often when people see a dog peeking out of a pet stroller for the first time. And it’s true—dogs, like people, do need exercise. Most dogs enjoy long walks, hiking with their humans, going shopping with them where possible, and running and roughhousing at the...