Summer is here and July feels like a time for new beginnings. And speaking of beginnings, this week’s book update is a short one.
I recently invited a gifted animal photographer and animal lover, to contribute to my book, Dr. Pet Mom’s Pet Parenting Guide: How to Enjoy the Love and Friendship of Senior and Special Needs Pets. And I’m happy to announce that Lori F. graciously agreed to write the foreword for my book!
Continue reading “July 10 Update: Dr. Pet Mom’s New Book! 📚”
Summertime is a scary time for many pets. The summer season is the start of thunderstorms in June and fireworks in July. Dogs, cats, horses, cows and other farm animals are often terrified by loud noises, flashing lights, and vibrations in the ground.
Fireworks have all the qualities that cause fear and anxiety in many animals.
Continue reading “Top 10 Pet Safety Tips for July 4th 🎆”
Summer is outdoor time for people and pets. Cats enjoy playtime outdoors. Cats enjoy playtime indoors, too.
If you let your kitties out for some fun in the sun, be aware of those summer dangers: Bug bites, UV exposure and parasites. And remember to leash train your cat for a walk outdoors.
Continue reading “Summer Dangers for Cats: Heatstroke and Bug Bites 🌞”
Summer officially starts this weekend! As the new season begins, it’s time for a project update. I’m excited to announce that my latest book, Dr. Pet Mom’s Pet Parenting Guide: How to Enjoy the Love and Friendship of Senior and Special Needs Pets, is well underway.
Continue reading “June Update: Dr. Pet Mom’s New Book! 📚”
Living indoors with our furry family members has its many rewards. Noggin pets, play time and naps can happen any time. But pet parents need a warning about a hidden danger in our homes: Pet suffocation from snack bags, pet food bags, cereal bags, garbage bags, and resealable bags.
Continue reading “Pet Parent Warning: Pet Suffocation From Snack Bags ⚠️”
June is here and summer is in the air! 2020 remains a troubling year for the entire planet – even more reason to celebrate the gift of love from our pets! Embrace their unbridled love to warm your heart!
Continue reading “June Pet Awareness Days 🗓️”
Pet parents and animal lovers already know how much pets help our well being. As we continue to spend time indoors with our furry friends, we are reminded of other ways that our pets make us better people.
We could all use more help from our furry friends!
Continue reading “Silly, Catnaps and Wonder: What We Learn From Our Pets 🃏”
As we slowly emerge from shut down mode, people continue to help heroes everywhere. Early on, dog sitting and doggy daycare services were considered nonessential.
But the shut down ignored one very critical pet parent community: Healthcare workers. Hospital support staff, nurses and doctors can’t work from home. And their pets still need care, feeding, exercise and TLC.
Continue reading “Good News: Dog Sitting is an Essential Service! 🥳”
Did you know that the third Saturday every May is Armed Forces Day? Since Dr. Pet Mom is a pet-centered effort I thought I’d repost some nice military service doggy photos that first appeared here on March 29, 2019.
Continue reading “Armed Forces Day: May 16 🎖️”
Behold our cat Oscar with his many hats and poses…
I’ll be adding more as time goes by…
Current count as of 6/27/20 is 51 memes… 😎
Continue reading “Definitive Oscar Meme Collection 🏆”