With summer comes higher temperatures which creates safety risks for pets. Without a vocabulary, animals rely on other cues to tell you how they are feeling. They also rely on their owners to keep them cool. For instance, if you see your dog digging in the ground it could be a sign they are searching for cooler dirt under the surface. Following these five tips from Connecticut’s own mobile pet grooming company, pet owners can worry less about their pet’s safety.
BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) – A 93-year-old Connecticut woman who once had more than 50 cats in her home has lost a bid to get four of her felines back. A state judge in Bridgeport ruled […]
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It’s that time of year again – the holidays – when you have to hit the road and visit all the relatives you haven’t seen since the required Christmas visit last year. Only now, you have a new dog or cat. So what do you do? Well, bring them along of course! It’s one of the greatest parts of hitting the road. You brink the most important members of your family: your pets.
By Dani Frank With the joy and unconditional love of a cuddly kitten or loyal pooch comes the need to walk, feed and shelter your furry friends. Waking up to a tail wag and a […]