Take the Panic Out of Handling a Pet Emergency

Take the Panic Out of Handling a Pet Emergency

Travel & Safety

Lisa Lippman, DVM, knows the value of always acquiring knowledge. That may explain why in addition to her skills in house call medicine, general practice, and emergency veterinary medicine, she made the decision to complete a two-day course to become a pet first aid/CPR instructor. Her reason is simple: “In a veterinary clinic, medicines and […]

How to be the Perfect Pet-Sitting Client

How to be the Perfect Pet-Sitting Client

Travel & Safety

What information does your pet sitter need to efficiently care for your home and pets? After 25 years as a pet sitter, I find it falls into two categories: pet care and “all that other stuff.” Here’s how to ensure that your pet sitter knows the most important details about your animal’s care. Meals, Meds, […]

New Dog Anthem: I Love My Automobile

New Dog Anthem: I Love My Automobile

Training, Travel & Safety

If your dog is terrified of riding in the car, it doesn’t have to be that way. With careful planning and patient training, you can teach him to relax and enjoy the ride. Here are my favorite tactics for building canine confidence in the car. Riding in the car. Isn’t that something that all dogs […]