Include Your Pet in Your Estate

Include Your Pet in Your Estate

If your pet is beloved as a family member, you likely want to ensure that he or she will be well cared for in the event of your incapacity or death. Without explicitly stated wishes, these furry family members could end up without a home of their own, if you die or...
Does Your Dog have Separation Anxiety?

Does Your Dog have Separation Anxiety?

Dogs are sociable pack animals and are most content when someone is at home all the time. Unfortunately, this is not possible for most families, which is why pet sitting is a great supplement to many dogs lives. Unless we can teach our pets to be comfortable with the...
Guide and Service Dogs

Guide and Service Dogs

Guide dogs are trained to lead the blind or vision impaired. The dog acts as a pilot to direct its owner in a straight line unless directed to turn, while avoiding obstacles in all directions. How do I get a guide dog? Blind Veterans are assessed and trained for...
Do You Know The Symptoms of Diabetes in a Dog?

Do You Know The Symptoms of Diabetes in a Dog?

What Are the Symptoms of Diabetes in Dogs?  The following symptoms should be investigated as they could be indicators that your dog has diabetes:    Change in appetite Excessive thirst/increase in water consumption Weight loss Increased urination Unusually...
Caring For Your Best Friend’s Feet

Caring For Your Best Friend’s Feet

A friend of mine, a veteran of the military, shared this mantra with me, “Take care of your feet, because your feet take you everywhere.” I always remembered that fact and for us humans, it can often be associated with many types of medical issues, particularly those...