Caring For An Older Dog? Tips For Pet Parents (EXPERT)

I’m thrilled to be guest posting on Judy Helm Wright’s blog!  Judy asked me to write about loving and caring for an older dog.  I am grateful to share my experiences with Judy’s audience. Kathleen Mueller, Guest Author Are you caring for an older dog?  Me too. I suppose my first thought is that theRead more …

What I Learned About Life From My Dog (Expert)

What I learned About Life from My Dog ©Judy Helm Wright- www.AnimalHumanConnection.com Yоu саn learn а lot аbоut love frоm уоur dog – аftеr аll thеу аrе knоwn аѕ man’s bеѕt friend. Thе wау thеу give аnd receive love tо уоu саn teach уоu аn awful lot аbоut giving аnd receiving love tо оthеrѕ аndRead more …

Whose Sense of Smell is Better-Man or Dog?

Feb 26, 2016 | Posted by in animal bond, New Pets, Stories, Training Pets | 0

Why Do Dogs Have Such a Keen Sense of Smell? Many of us understand that our dogs process and view the world around them in a much different manner than we do, but we are often unaware of how big a difference this is. Just as our sense of sight helps us define our worldRead more …

Breaking The Power of Guilt-(Guest Expert)

Breaking the Power of Guilt by Moira Anderson Allen, M.Ed. If any emotion rules supreme when a pet dies, it is guilt. No matter what the circumstances of our loss, guilt is there, grabbing us by the throat. It haunts our days, ruins our sleep, and tarnishes our memories. Often, guilt goes beyond the lossRead more …

Man’s Best Friend Is A Dog – Bond Forged Over The Ages

Man’s Best Friend Is His Dog “If you can bond with an animal, you can understand how human beings work” Michele James   For thousands of years dogs have provided people with protection, companionship and support and today the dog has become part of the fabric of society and often a valued member of familiesRead more …

Tele-Medicine Pet Help and Health – DIY Ways To Save Your Animal (EXPERT)

What do pet parents and pet setters do when their dog is refusing to eat or even worse, look as if they are having a stroke or heart attack? Do you run to the veteranian or look on Google for symptoms and solutions for the health answers? Most pet parents, if they are like ourRead more …

Hellos and Goodbyes to Beloved Family Pets (Expert)

All life is filled with Hellos and Goodbyes. The longer we live, the more we will suffer the loss of loved ones: people, beloved family pets, things, ideas, jobs, house, friendship, season and so on. As Pet Partners how do we say Goodbye to a beloved family pet?   I want to read you aRead more …

Who Sees Better – Cats or Dogs? (EXPERT)

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Have you ever seen your dog looking for his toy? How about the cat staring at you, like they can see in your soul? Then, you may have wondered which animal has the best eyesight. Well, I was curious too. Read on to see what I discovered about who sees better- cats or dogs. SuperpowerRead more …

Losing Loved Ones: Coping with Your Pet’s Passing

Nov 16, 2015 | Posted by in Uncategorized | 0

Sharing our lives with pets brings so many benefits, but sadly, despite an ever-improving standard of veterinary care, every owner will eventually experience the loss of their much-loved friend. Coping with loss and grief can be a lonely and difficult struggle for many of us, and as a veterinary technician with cats and dogs ofRead more …

Do Animals Have a Sixth Sense? (EXPERT)

What is a sixth sense and do animals have it? A sixth sense is a keen intuitive power. It is much like you knowing the phone is going to ring before it rings. Spooky? Or Special? From time to time, our pets behave in ways that seem downright spooky; they seem to see things thatRead more …