Save For Your Dog’s Wellness Food

As you head out to do some errands, shopping and have fun with your pets, consider stopping by your local PetSmart® store. They are stocked on Wellness® grain-free dog food. They also have a kitty line of food available, too! Many pet parents tell us they want to save money but not sacrifice quality, and that’s where the new Wellness hits a home run. Wellness® grain-free Complete Health™ and Core® foods offer natural ingredients and pre/pro-biotics to provide your dog with a wholesome

New Online Pet First Aid Course Launches

An opportunity for pet owners to celebrate how much their pets mean to them, whether taking their dog for an extra walk or baking a special homemade treat. But what better way show appreciation than to learn how to save Benji’s life. A new helpful and educational online course is now available to help bridge the gap between dog and cat lovers and their veterinarians. The course, produced by ProTrainings, covers a variety of topics that could be critical for pet owners, pet sitters, dog walkers,

VitusVet Urges Pet Owners to Prepare for the Holidays

Have your pet’s complete medical history at your fingertips in case of an after-hours emergency. I know I will be downloading this app to use for my fur babies. We have a collie mix named Tutu who is 10, A spoiled rotten Shih Tzu Allie who is 4. We also just recently adopted a mama cat and her kittens. Markie, Jinxy and Tyger are total sweethearts.  It’s been heavily reported that visits to veterinary emergency clinics increase during the holidays. Many pet parents are well aware of the numerous

Paws First: Making the Leap into the Pet Care Services Industry

Pet care services is a multi-billion dollar industry, and all paws point to it only getting bigger as Americans continue to spend big bucks on precious pets, a reported $55.7 billion in 2013. Of that, at $4.41 billion, pet care services including grooming, boarding, training, and pet-sitting grew by the largest percentage. As an industry projected to add at least 10,000 jobs and experience at least 15 percent growth in employment over the next five years (see CareerBuilder study released June 4,

Just A Thought….. And Some Cuteness

The other day I posted on Adventures of Frugal Mom about how excited we were to have kittens at our house. We had adopted this stray cat that someone had thrown away, and we have made “Markie” a part of our family. Although I enjoy a healthy debate on all of my blogs, I was devastated to see where someone commented that I needed to stop the pet overpopulation. First because of the ignorance of the response I was appalled. I could see if these kittens did not have homes and will be taken to
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