Grabbed from link Alamy 1 of 3 By Justine Lee, DVM 1. Watch your pet’s weight. As with humans, extra pounds can put extra strain on his heart. If your pet is overweight, your vet may recommend that you cut 25% of your animal’s daily caloric intake. It’s important to keep your pal active as […]

Grabbed from link This year, one Friday the 13th brought a spell of bad luck to our house. We planned to visit with family that evening, so we left out the big peanut butter bones for the dogs and shut the door to the bathroom for the cats. The bathroom has always been a “safe […]

Grabbed from link Kerri Fivecoat-CampbellIt’s rough being a feral newborn kitten out in the elements. Feral kittens not only have to brave the outdoor elements, but they often fall victim to predators.… full story Discussion To view the entire post click the word "link" next to the title. Follow me on Twitter at for more pet topics and […]

Dog vs. Lemon, Yoga, Himself

September 29th, 2013

Grabbed from link As Loki grew from a puppy to an adult dog, his active owners presented him with a variety of enriching challenges, and they were smart enough to film his attempts to negotiate them. He’s skilled in yoga, aerobic exercise and engaging the dark night of the soul that comes with really taking […]

Grabbed from link Kerri Fivecoat-CampbellMillions of factory line workers have watched robots take over their jobs in recent decades, and now a new study suggests that dog parents could be replaced by social robots if they so choose.… full story Discussion To view the entire post click the word "link" next to the title. Follow […]

Grabbed from link Deep in the cloud forests of Central America, two species of singing mice put on a high-pitched opera to mark their territory and stave off clashes, researchers discovered. Alston’s singing mouse (Scotinomys teguina) and the Chiriqui singing mouse (S. xerampelinus) have overlapping lifestyles in the cloud forests of Costa Rica and Panama. […]