Prepping Your Home for Your Newly Adopted Cat

Adoption, Cats, Pet Behavior, Pet Training, Pets

Adopting a shelter cat is a wonderful experience. But, bringing home a new feline friend requires a great deal of preparation. Most shelter cats need to adjust to a new home. The following tips will help your new kitty feel more comfortable as a house cat. #1 Create a private area Animal shelters can be […]

How to Crate Train your Puppy or Dog

Adoption, Dogs, Pet Behavior, Pet Training

Crate training your new puppy or dog can be a wonderful way to help them become housebroken, while keeping him and your household belongings safe! If the introduction to the crate and use of the crate is done properly, most puppies and even older dogs will enjoy spending time in their special “den”, as can […]

Teach your dog not to jump up on people

Dogs, Pet Behavior, Pet Training

Dogs may jump on people either as a friendly greeting, or to show dominance. It’s natural for a puppy to jump up on other dogs and people. Many people find it cute when dogs are small or puppies, and encourage it by petting them. However then when the dog gets big, jumping up ends up […]

5 “People” Foods You Can Feed Your Dog

Dogs, Pet Behavior, Pets

Most people occasionally give their pet foods meant for people. The wrong foods can have a disastrous result (as is the case with onions, raisins and chocolate), but human food for dogs isn’t always a bad thing. In fact, there’s a variety of food you can safely – and nutritiously – feed your dog from […]

Can You Foster or Adopt During the Coronavirus Quarantine?

Adoption, Cats, Dogs, Pets

Schools are closed, restaurants are closed, gatherings are limited, and many people are avoiding public places altogether — life as we know it has changed dramatically over the last few days thanks to the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19). Unfortunately, animal shelters and rescues have also been impacted by the disruptions caused by COVID-19. Shelters Temporarily Closing […]