In the United States alone, over 300 million pets are living in their forever homes. Worldwide, over 1.1 billion pets live with their pet families. Pets need veterinary care and mobile veterinary clinics are stepping up to fill the gap.
Mobile clinics give veterinarians the benefit of running a business. And pet parents everywhere are taking notice of alternatives to the traditional veterinary clinics as the only source for pet care.
Continue reading “Mobile Veterinary Clinics Pros and Cons 🚚”
September is a good month for cooler weather and promoting animal awareness events. September awareness events encourage pet adoptions for less-popular animals.
Supporters can use creative social media to help special needs pets gain attention. The month ends with a day to remember homeless animals around the world.
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I was wondering how our pet blog should remember 9/11 then I remembered all the valiant service dogs that lent a helping hand.
All these doggies are now in heaven. We will never forget the hero dogs of 9/11. We thank you…
Continue reading “Remembering 9/11 Rescue Dogs 🇺🇸”
Professional photographer and owner of Fusaro Photography, Lori Fusaro, is a longtime advocate for homeless animals. Her motto: “No dog should die alone.” Lori also volunteers her time at overcrowded animal shelters in the Los Angeles area. Her photographs of older cats and dogs improve their chances of adoption. Older pets give us their unconditional love and the lasting gift of joyful memories.
Her clients include many animal rescue organizations such as BAD RAP, Guide Dogs for the Blind, K9 Connection, and Angel City Pit Bulls. Lori lives in California with her husband, Darrell, their two rescue dogs, Gabby and Mr. French, and their two cats, Francis and Enzo.
Continue reading “Interview: Pet Photographer Lori Fusaro 📷”
I’m excited to see a growing awareness and appreciation for special needs pets! This pets-are-family awakening means that many cats and dogs, who were once considered unadoptable, are getting a second chance.
Rescue animals who are too old, too sick, too shy, too small or have behavior challenges, are now getting the help they need.
Thankfully, many of these wonderful animals are no longer automatically euthanized.
Continue reading “Active Lives for Special Needs Pets 😎”
August is winding down and we’ll soon be into the fall season. A time for transition is in the air. Looking back, it’s been six months since the launch of our Dr. Pet Mom website.
Six months. Time to look at where we are today, new projects and future plans for Dr. Pet Mom.
Continue reading “Celebrating Dr. Pet Mom’s Six Month Milestones! 🥳”
Cats like their alone time. And they like to be social. Cats don’t like to be bored. Let’s face it, people still think cats are mysterious, aloof and not affectionate. People also think living with a cat is easier than living with a dog…
But cat pet parents know differently. Your cat will let you know when (and if) she wants to play, socialize or just wants her alone time. It’s about the quality of life you share with your kitty.
Continue reading “10 Cat Parenting Tips: Quality of Life 🐱”
Thank you Brother Sewing Machines for your kind donation of a brand new sewing machine!
Dr. Pet Mom asked me to do a write up about our exciting news. She is too busy with her brand-spanking new sewing machine! 😎
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August is a big month for cats and dogs everywhere.
Below is the August animal events calandar for your cats and dogs…
Continue reading “August Animal Events Calendar 🗓️”
Let’s face it – moving is stressful enough. More pet parents won’t let their pets travel by plane. Instead, they choose to drive their pets thousands of miles to their new home.
Moving cross country with your pets can make you crazy. But it doesn’t have to be a trip to the asylum for you or your pet. Smart pet parents plan and prepare for their cross country move.
Continue reading “Moving Pets Cross Country 🚚”