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10 01, 2018

Save the Eagles Day

By | 2018-01-11T16:55:16+00:00 January 10, 2018|Categories: , , , |0 Comments

The bald eagle is more than the symbol of the United States—this feathered, fearsome flier is interesting enough to have an entire day dedicated to it. While Save the Eagles Day originated as a way to raise awareness about the then-endangered species, it now serves as a time to learn about the now-thriving animals. Save [...]

5 01, 2018

National Bird Day

By | 2018-01-04T19:20:10+00:00 January 5, 2018|Categories: , , |0 Comments

There are a lot of different species of birds in the world. Different people have different relationships with the various species. As such, one could easily imagine that there are actually numerous Bird Days in the world, serving different purposes varying by region. What we’re talking about is known as Bird Day, observed primarily in [...]

1 01, 2018

10 New Year’s Resolutions for Pet Owners

By | 2018-01-04T18:24:23+00:00 January 1, 2018|Categories: , , , |0 Comments

Many of us create a short list of New Year's resolutions in January, promising to improve ourselves or pay it forward for others. Some of us with furry family members have made such promises to our pets. New Years is just around the corner and if you are having a tough time thinking of New [...]

29 12, 2017

Bring in the New Year Safely With Your Pet

By | 2018-01-04T18:23:43+00:00 December 29, 2017|Categories: , , , |0 Comments

Happy New Year! New Year’s Eve is just a couple days away. Are you and your pets ready? If you’re having a party at your house, consider safely containing even the most social party animal for his and her safety. You may think your pets seem happy, but cats, dogs and other pets are excellent [...]

26 12, 2017

New Puppy For Christmas? Steps to Puppy Proof Your Home

By | 2017-12-26T19:04:38+00:00 December 26, 2017|Categories: , , |0 Comments

Your kids or significant other opened up their big surprise yesterday and melted at the sight of their new adorable puppy. But they get into mischief even more than your toddlers do, and that says a lot. Puppies are arguably one of the cutest things on the planet, but they also come along with a [...]

25 12, 2017

Merry Christmas to All!

By | 2017-12-26T18:50:40+00:00 December 25, 2017|Categories: , , , , |0 Comments

Quick... … what’s the most dangerous Christmas plant you can bring into your home and have around your pets this holiday season?     A.    Cyclamen B.    Poinsettia C.    Mistletoe D.    Holly E.    Contrary to (very) popular belief, NOT the Poinsettia Did you choose answer “E”? If so, good for you. If not, don’t worry, you’re [...]

22 12, 2017

6 Christmas Movies to Watch With Your Pets

By | 2017-12-22T21:02:33+00:00 December 22, 2017|Categories: , |0 Comments

The holidays are in full swing and the countdown to Christmas is in the single digits! What better way to celebrate – or wind down after a day of holiday stresses and last minute shopping – than curling up on the sofa with your furriest friends and watching a family-friendly holiday flick together. Here are our top [...]

19 12, 2017

Overcoming Pet Winter Gloominess

By | 2017-12-22T20:20:41+00:00 December 19, 2017|Categories: , , |0 Comments

Like humans, pets can experience winder doldrums. Even those living in warmer weather regions are still affected by seasonal changes, which can be especially tough on dogs and cats–particularly those that are used to spending time outdoors. Beyond the obvious challenge of pets getting less exercise during the winter months, dogs and cats often experience [...]

13 12, 2017

National Day of the Horse

By | 2017-12-20T18:29:55+00:00 December 13, 2017|Categories: , , |0 Comments

National Day of the Horse is observed annually on December 13. National Day of the Horse encourages people of the United States to be mindful of the contribution of horses to the economy, history and character of the United States. The domesticated horse we know today, also known as Equus caballus was introduced into North America by Spanish [...]