Bringing home the Bacon

Author: Lauren Piandes

November 2019 we moved to a new home. We took the pets last thinking that would be easier for them. As we were getting Bacon in the car he got really scared and bolted. We searching for hours, put up signs and came back to the neighborhood often in search for him. Out of no […]

Halloween Safety Tips for Your Pet During COVID-19

Author: Kathy Pobloskie

2020 has been a year for the history books. There have been many indescribable challenges but there has also been a silver lining to the cloud of the COVID-19 pandemic. Stay at home orders have given pet parents the opportunity to spend a lot of time with their pets, deepening their bond and cementing their […]

4 Year Tebow

Author: Lauren Piandes

A little over 7 years ago I brought home a little Siamese kitten to be a companion for me and my family. My son named the cat after his favorite football player, so Tebow became one of us. As with most cats he had his sense of adventure, conquering his territory and establishing his kingdom, […]

Come Back Finn!

Author: dmimrktg

Finn was found at the elementary school, about a ¼ mile from my house. I was very thankful I was notified that he had been found, and that he was safe. He had escaped a few times before, so we had him microchipped in September as a precaution. Just a month later, even after making […]

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, […]