Lost and Found Binx!

Author: dmimrktg

One of my kids accidentally left the sliding door open on our back porch in our former apartment. At the time my mom was walking our Boston Terrier. An unleashed APBT came charging at my elderly mother and my dog. Binx saw this from inside my apartment and ran out of the apartment onto the […]

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 […]

Who Let the Dog Out?

Author: dmimrktg

My dog, Velcrofly, escaped on the 8th of June, 2019.  A guest of ours left a side gate open so he was able to escape while in the backyard (we’re assuming). After 4 hours of searching the Windsor neighborhoods, I received a call from a neighbor that he had run to their front door but […]

Fireworks and Pets – A Dangerous Combination

Author: Kathy Pobloskie
Category: Pet Safety

Noisy parades, loud music, neighborhood picnics, and, of course, fireworks; these summertime traditions are all great fun for people, but they are traumatic and potentially dangerous for pets. More pets are lost over the Fourth of July holiday than any other time of the year.  And with many towns holding fireworks displays throughout the summer, […]

Fun Facts About Pet Ownership

Author: Kathy Pobloskie
Category: Pet Safety

Could it be true?  Has spring finally arrived?  After an extra cold, harsh winter in much of the country it is wonderful to see the first signs of warmer weather.  Longer daylight hours and milder temperatures give us the opportunity to spend some outdoor time with our pets. Spring is a good time to check […]