Teah’s Brief Escape

Author: dmimrktg

On 1/18 our dog, Teah, was staying temporarily at my stepdaughter’s house while our real estate broker was having an open house at our house. I was notified via email/text that she had gone missing. 5 minutes later a cop called me and said he had found her and brought her to me. I cannot […]

Get in Step with Your Pooch for National Walk Your Dog Month

Author: Kathy Pobloskie

There is no better way to kick off the New Year than with an invigorating walk with your dog. Even if you’re not a fitness fanatic, regular walks and playtime with your dog are important for a number of reasons.  Here are just a few:  Fit dogs are healthier and good health can contribute to […]

National Check the Chip Day – August 15th

Author: Kathy Pobloskie
Category: Holidays

August 15th is National Check the Chip Day!   Many people either adopt or purchase an animal with a microchip implanted or have it done at their local vet or shelter but then don’t give it another thought.  That would be like purchasing a car and then never checking the oil.  Microchips DO require some attention […]

Bad Dean!

Author: dmimrktg

On August 5th my dog Dean escaped from house through an open window, right through the screen! I had just moved to a new house so my new neighbor up the street who I did not know, picked Dean up. They took him to a local Vet who read his chip and called me.  I […]

Ten Tips to Protect Your Pets from a House Fire

Author: Kathy Pobloskie
Category: Pet Safety

What could be worse than the thought of your pet being caught in a house fire? Unfortunately, it happens more often than most people realize. An estimated 500,000 pets are affected by home fires each year in America. There are two key strategies in pet fire safety: preventing your pet from causing a fire and […]

Lost Luna is Found!

Author: dmimrktg

I had gotten Luna from a family in Las Cruces, New Mexico about 6 years ago. I knew that she was chipped but she never left my side. Little did I know she would disappear for 3 whole days. I never thought of updating her chip information again, and I never thought I would have […]

Far From Home

Author: dmimrktg

On Thursday January 31st, I was traveling and stopped for gas and to give my two dogs a break. One of my dogs jumped out of the tailgate from inside the cab (it’s an avalanche, so the bed in enclosed in the cab portion of the vehicle). I thought I shut the doors before running […]