Ticks

I think we are all celebrating the official arrival of spring – grateful for more sunshine and warmer weather. Unfortunately, spring weather brings with it a potential pesky peril for pets…ticks. Ticks are technically not insects; taxonomically classified closer to spiders and scorpions. In some respects, ticks are much less of a pain than other external parasites. They are not …

Stella (August 16, 2008 – April 1, 2019)

Today, April 1, 2019, we lost a friend. We will miss her a lot. She brought us much joy over her time with us and we will always love her as much as she did us. Rest In Peace, sweet girl

Hill’s Pet Food Recall February 1, 2019

The recall pertains ONLY to the specific lot numbers and date codes of the canned dog foods listed below. NO DRY DOG FOOS, CAT FOODS (dry or canned) or TREATS are affected by the recall. IF YOU HAVE PURCHASED ANY OF THE AFFECTED FOODS: 1. Return food to the clinic at your earliest convenience. A full refund will be provided. …

Cornerstone Draft

As a dog trainer, I am often asked questions about crate training – Should I crate train? How do I crate train? How long do I use the crate for? *** I should probably tell you up front that I am a huge advocate for crate training. So, the answer to question one is a resounding, YES! Crate training a …

Angel (2003 – 2018)

We are so sad to see you leave this Earth, but we know that your amazing spirit is happy, safe, and at peace. You are now our Angel in Heaven. Our precious little Angel……we all miss you so much, especially your brother and constant companion, Mischief. Mom, Dad, Brian, Heather, Kailey, Sydney and Steve are so sad since your passing, …

KC GRAHAM

How it is that animals understand things I do not know, but it is certain that they do understand. Perhaps there is a language which is not made of words and everything in the world understands it. Perhaps there is a soul hidden in everything and it can always speak, without even making a sound, to another soul.Frances Hodgson Burnett