Archive for ' Pets'
Guest post by Laura McLain Madsen, DVM If you’ve watched the footage of the recent wildfires near Colorado Springs, you may have seen photos or video of people evacuating horses from the fires, and of horses [...]
Guest post by Laura McLain Madsen, DVM Click here for a downloadable checklist. Do you own one (or more) of the 69 million pet dogs and 74 million pet cats in America? Or the 8 million [...]
Guest post by Sarah Rivkind. It seems you can’t go anywhere these days without hearing about raising backyard chickens; the trend is all the rage in suburban homes across the country. I started raising chickens last [...]
When I first received a sample box of Rover’s Reserve Freeze Dried Beef Hearts for Cats and Dogs from my very good friends at Freeze Dry Guy, I was a little skeptical. Would our dogs turn [...]
Guest post by Heather Laurie who blogs at Prudent Pantry. When thinking about preparedness, you think food, structure, transportation, and protection. I bet you don’t think of pets. I would like you to do just that [...]
Today we brought home Taco, a four year-old orange cat. We had decided to adopt a pet and spent over two hours getting acquainted with several kittens of different ages. As soon as Taco was placed [...]
What plans have you made and put into place for your animals should an emergency of some type strike your area? [...]