Most pet owners admit to feeding their dogs and cats the occasional people food snack. It’s OK to give treats every once in a while, but to keep your pet healthy and fit it’s important to choose the right ones. The American Animal Hospital Association says that up to 10% of your pet’s diet can … Continue reading What are the Healthiest People Foods for Dogs and Cats?
This adorable pup is Henna! Over the holidays, Henna began to have trouble walking. She made several emergency trips to the vet and spent 3 days at the hospital. It was determined that poor Henna was suffering from intervertebral disc disease (IVDD), a degenerative spinal condition seen in Dachshunds and other breeds with similar body … Continue reading Meet FACE Success Story Henna!
This happy little guy is Oliver, an 11-year-old Shorkie (Shih Tzu-Yorkie mix). Oliver's dad noticed a lump in his pelvic area and took him to the vet, where he was diagnosed with a perineal hernia. Poor Ollie needed surgery to fix this serious problem. His dad had savings for a veterinary emergency but still needed … Continue reading Meet FACE Success Story Oliver!
The Association of Professional Dog Trainers (APDT) is celebrating its 9th annual National Train Your Dog Month by providing lots of helpful training resources for dog owners. The APDT will be offering a variety of free webinars with tips for teaching your dog several essential behaviors: sit, down, stay, wait, coming when called, and walking … Continue reading January is National Train Your Dog Month
Loud or unusual sounds can be scary for dogs, cats, and other pets. How can you help your pet become comfortable with strange sounds? The UK animal welfare charity Dogs Trust has some free help for pet owners. Dogs Trust has partnered with 2 veterinarians who specialize in pet behavioral therapy. They have created a … Continue reading Dogs Trust Offers Free Online Sound Therapy Program