• TRAVELING WITH A SENIOR DOG –

    By Monday, December 30, 2019 14 No tags Permalink

    With all the excitement of spending the holidays with my children, I never once gave any thought to the challenges of traveling with a senior dog. I was too caught up with anticipation of seeing family and friends. Harley turned eleven on November 25th… Exceptional genetics, nutritional super foods, and an active lifestyle continues to give him A+ ...

  • HOLIDAY HAZARDS FOR DOGS –

    By Sunday, December 15, 2019 6 No tags Permalink

    Holiday hazards for dogs came too close to home for me this week. Things that we view as safe for us humans can be toxic and life threatening for our dogs. Before I share two stories with you, the spoiler alert is that BOTH have happy endings. But as my Nana used to say -  It could ...

  • PET THERAPY AND THE AIR FORCE

    By Wednesday, December 11, 2019 10 No tags Permalink

    It’s Wordless Wednesday, so I’ll be brief… Pet therapy and the Air Force was never the dream-team I foresaw coming together, but in November they certainly did... Charleston Joint Air Force Base reached out and invited/solicited our pet therapy teams for a couple of hours in honor of October's “Emotional Wellness Month” observance -  Stress can have adverse ...

  • TOXICITY IN DOGS –

    By Sunday, December 8, 2019 14 No tags Permalink

    Drug toxicity in dogs is not a topic I run across online much. Could it be I’m not traveling in the right circles? Even if that’s the case, I still feel comfortable in my assumptions that I am not alone. Hence the inspiration for this post. Recently I had somewhat of a scare doling out Harley’s allergy medicine. WHAT ...