I’ve never written a post before, but I thought with Christmas and Chanukah right around the corner, I would create a list of what I think are the best holiday gifts for dogs…and the people who take such great care of us!
As a senior girl myself and someone who is looked after by the best dog mom ever, I decided I was the best “person” to put together a list of presents my fellow more experienced canines would appreciate. … Read full post
If your pup is on more drugs than you’re happy with, let’s take a look at how to treat arthritis pain in dogs naturally.
Don’t get me wrong – I do believe there is a need for drugs in the treatment of our animals, and I am sure Red wouldn’t be here without them, but personally I like to include natural options when I can. … Read full post
If you’re concerned about the care your pet is receiving, you are definitely going to want to read this article on how to find a great vet.
My sweet Red, the love of my life, would not be with me today if I had not found my vet…and I know that for sure!… Read full post
If your dog seems to be going deaf, then this post on everything you need to know about hearing loss in dogs is for you.
Before I continue let me introduce the sweetheart in the picture (the 4 legged one!) our deaf and blind dog Josephine. Her dad was her favourite person as you can tell.… Read full post
There are 2 things you must know about dog ramps
and pet stairs and they are…
I’ve piqued your curiosity haven’t I? Excellent!
As someone who lives with senior dogs and dogs so neglected they have no idea how to use stairs, I love these products and would never be without one or both.… Read full post
If your dog refuses to wear a costume, no matter how many treats you bribe him with, stop stressing and check out these Halloween collars for dogs.
Jack has no interest in costumes, but since I love Halloween and he has to wear a collar anyway…I thought I would look for other ways to get him in the holiday spirit.… Read full post
As fun as the upcoming holiday is for humans, pet safety is super important so let’s talk about how to keep your dog safe on Halloween.
Keep the candies for the kids
We all leave the candies right near the front door don’t we? After all it’s the most convenient for us, but is it convenient for your dog as well?… Read full post
Many of you are dealing with a pup who has lost his appetite, and are struggling with how to get an old dog to eat. I know from my own experience how challenging and worrying that can be. Dementia, medications and some health issues can be blamed, and we’re left trying to figure out how to ensure our pets are getting the nutrients they require. … Read full post
Ever since Red was diagnosed almost 3 years ago, I’ve learned how many options there are to treat a dog with dementia.
When I first realised my sweet girl had dementia, (yes it was me my vet never mentioned the possibility), I was given a prescription only drug called Selgian, and told there was nothing else to treat her with.… Read full post
An alternative to a potentially stressful outing to the groomer is to groom your dog at home…by yourself!!
Wait…come back! It make a lot of sense if you’d just keep reading.
Sadly grooming seems to be an often overlooked part of keeping senior dogs healthy, but I have no idea why, especially because it’s such an important aspect of health and wellness.… Read full post