With all the fires out west this summer we thought this would be the perfect time to talk about how to make sure your pets are prepared to evacuate should there be a fire. We were recently guest on the Dogish Podcast to discuss this very topic.
There is nothing like hitting the road in an RV! Now that things are opening back up and that road trip is happening, there are a few things we should all be aware of when traveling with our beloved pets.
This past year we have learned about panic buying. During the pandemic we thought we needed a year’s supply of toilet paper, paper towels and meat.
What’s the difference between “regular drinking water” and “emergency drinking water”? Right?
When COVID-19 struck last year, by the middle of March, Pet Therapy had come to a halt.
It’s scary to see how many cases of Coronavirus there have been since last March. It’s just as scary to see how many people, family, and friends have been hospitalized or, sadly, passed away. We all think it will never happen to us…right?
If your pets are like most pets, they sit under the table waiting for just a morsel to drop from the dinner table.
Almost one year after rescuing six dogs from a hoarding situation after the owner passed away, I am often asked how the pups are doing.
September is National Preparedness Month. A lot of people think “I’ll do it later” or “That’ll never happen to me”.
When we think of emergency preparedness for our pets, we typically think about the tangible items