Calming New Year Nerves

We love to send the past year out with a bang, but this can sometimes prove to be more stressful than celebratory for our dogs. It’s smart to assess beforehand whether or not you think the New Year festivities will translate into a frightened fluffer (and prepare for it ahead of time). … Read More

The Mechanics of Joint Damage

While the joint does seem like a very protected part of the body (with the layers and layers of surrounding cartilage and muscle), it does face it’s own hurdles when damage rears its ugly head. Mechanics of Joint Damage 1. Replace cartilage with lesser cartilage When cartilage in a joint … Read More

Deaf Dogs Rock!

Back in May, Lindsey and I attended a pet blogging conference where we met all sorts of incredible people (and dogs. And cats. And rats. And ferrets). We felt so at home—these people adored their pets and shared a passion to make a difference in the lives of animals. Each … Read More

Is my cat dehydrated?

Your kitty may be 100% sass, but physically she’s 80% water (or she should be). Cats are especially prone to dehydration, which happens when their percentage of water drops below normal levels. Though its much more obvious when a dog may need water because of panting, cats don’t always wear … Read More

The Point of the Joint

Joints Have Two Duties The joint is where two bones meet and can be a fairly vulnerable place in the body. This is because it serves dual purpose: it must allow for maximum movement, flexion, and extension, but it also must remain stacked to maintain support of limbs and load … Read More

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