Mother’s Day is coming up on us fast. Traditionally I’d have my hands in the dirt gardening Mother’s Day away, but COVID-19 squashed my plant shopping plans. I know many of my friends have braved the dangers to get some pretty plants and food plants to start playing in their yards! If this is you, … Read more Mother’s Day Gardening Caution Against Yew Plants
‘The topic this week was behavioral issues that just started when the quarantine started. In Utah, we got a double punch with an earthquake that moved up into Idaho the next month. Everything seems to come with a double punch these days. Everyone is nervous and on edge. The same goes for our pets too, … Read more Covid Crazy – Working With Behavior While Quarantined
Has your groomer been closed to help prevent the spread of COVID-19? Check around. Some places are still open with just new protocols. Still can’t find a groomer? Well then, You are now your groomer Grooming is a Necessity We are quickly learning what services we can not live without. For some long hair … Read more Quarantine Grooming
Well… It’s finally over. That’s a wrap. Every adult I know is back to work and back to the grind. And all the kids are like… But no… Santa has taken all the cookies and run for it and the space beneath the Christmas tree is bare of presents. It is almost time to start … Read more Christmas Wrapping
Dear Santa-Paws, My human siblings have been waking me early with squeals of delight thanks to the elf you sent to watch over them. They hunt for that elf and he brings them small presents. I don’t mind being woken up so much now that Mom lets me play with the paper when the kids … Read more Letter to Santa from Cooper Coyote
Mmmm… We are definitely deep into treat season as people trade gifts, plants and baked goods by the plateful. If you have a counter surfing mutt or a pet that is interested in anything and everything, it’s time to find a nice place in your cupboard to hide all these tempting treats from your fur … Read more Christmas Toxins
Heat advisories are going into affect. It’s time to slow down and relax through the heat of the day and keep all activities for early morning or after the sun goes to bed. If you must be out and about in the heat, and seriously consider having to be outside, here are some ways to … Read more Hot Hot HOT!
ProHeart 12 completely removes the need for monthly prevention of Heartworm and treats existing hookworm infections. It is not for cats. BOOO!! However, if you have a dog older than 12 months of age, ask your veterinarian about ProHeart 12 for your dog. ProHeart vs Monthly Prevention ProHeart wins on Compliance: I love the monthly … Read more ProHeart now has an injectable heartworm prevention that lasts 12 months!
Happy Independence Day! Who else has a day off work for the holiday? When I was a Vet Tech working at an emergency hospital, I used to work every holiday because that’s when a great deal of emergencies happen, but now that I work in a day practice I get holidays off. It’s kind … Read more Happy Independence Day
Foxtails are quite pretty while growing. You should train yourself to be on the lookout for them so you can mow those suckers to the ground!!! Why do I hate these spring grasses so? Well, they have adapted themselves to produce sharp barbs to catch in the fur of passing animals to spread their seeds … Read more Foxtails