[embed]https://vimeo.com/203520186[/embed] Here comes the new puppy, now what? House training is one of the most important things that a new puppy owner must begin working on immediately. A new puppy is very similar to a new baby. Up to the point in their lives when training begins, every time they feel like...

Seasonal Safety Tips to Safeguard Against Holiday Dangers for Pets The holiday season is here, and it is always a good idea to take a few simple, yet important precautions to protect our family members. As there is so much going on during this time of year, you may not be...

Anxiety in pets and what can trigger it July is approaching, and with its arrival come the festivities that surround the Fourth of July. Many pet owners may already be familiar with the fear and anxiety in pets that lightning and thunder from summer storms can cause. This fear of loud noises...

What if the unthinkable happens? While having lunch with attorney Greg Kaiser of the Wills, trusts, Probate and Elder Law Firm the other day, he asked me several questions and brought up a point that really struck home with me. Noting that during their lifetimes, people often take better care of...

How serious is this threat of Ebola in pets? Well, let's look: The answer to the loaded question posed in the headline of this article is, unfortunately, quite ambiguous. The truth is the answer could be "yes," "no" and "maybe." The virus has never been found in wild felines in Africa,...

Tis the season to beware of cold temperatures for pets! Although it may not seem like it when the weather is still hot and humid in November and we just celebrated Thanksgiving, the cold season in Florida is approaching, and we will soon be pulling out our sweaters and jackets. It...