I’m very excited to share some news about a Dr. Pet Mom project! This year, I’m writing a book for pets and their pet people. Pet parents everywhere want to give their pets a good life. And pet parenting is a big responsibility for anyone.
Our mission is to create a pet parent community to encourage adoption of rescue and shelter animals. We want to help pets find their forever homes. I’m working hard to keep this promise to members of my pet parent community.
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Below are some pet parent cleaning tips…
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Do you know what will happen to your pet if something happens to you? Do you ever wonder if your pet will outlive you? Do you have a pet trust? Do you have a will? If you’re like most pet parents, these questions are not on your radar. But they should be…
Why? Because over 500,000 pets are abandoned each year due to the death or disability of their human companions.
Continue reading “Estate Planning: Your Pet Legacy ⚖️”
Here’s some help for dog moms and dads who have a doggy that barks too much…
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This week, I stopped to pet some on my favorite doggy friends, Stanley and Grace. Stanley is a tiny special needs Chihuahua and Grace is his seven-year-old Chihuahua sibling. When I see them in town, I always talk to there pet dad – he’s happy that I stop to pet his little pals.
Grace and Stanley remind me of Dr. Pet Mom’s mission: To create a pet parent community to encourage adoption of rescue and shelter animals. Adoption includes helping senior and special needs pets find their forever homes.
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Now that winter is in full swing, a fire safety for pets refresher is in order…
Thanks for keeping your pets and hooman family members safe.
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As any cat parent knows, cats can be stubborn. Cats generally have five types of personalities.
Cats can be dominant and take over resources like toys or food. They can also be insecure, shy or skittish. Other cats are social butterflies and easy going. Some cats are spontaneous and respond differently in any situation. Finally, cats can be curious or nosy.
Whatever type of personality, your cat communicates in her own way. She sends a message when she leaves you a clue outside the litter box.
Continue reading “When Kitty Stops Using the Litter Box 🐱”
Last week Dr. Pet Mom was nominated for a $5,000 grant for people making a difference in their communities…
I thought I would share with you the text from the nomination…
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Welcome to 2020! January is a time for fresh starts and new beginnings. It’s a month to walk your dog, change a pet’s life and rescue a bird.
All month long you can train your pet and celebrate a special anniversary for Seeing Eye Guide Dogs on January 29.
A list of January animal awareness days include:
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My rule: People food is not for pets!
If you find this list useful, please share on social media: it could save the life of someone’s beloved cat or dog…
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