Practicing preventative health care with our dogs and cats

One of the great perks about being the owner of a company that sells a preventative health care product for pets is that I get to speak with lots of wonderful people about their dogs and cats. Our customers tend to be people who share a deep bond with their animal companions. They practice preventative […]

Forward Thinking Animal Shelter in D.C.

My sister just sent me a link from USA Today about the Washington Animal Rescue League in Washington, D.C. Their shelter recently underwent a huge renovation and built a cutting edge shelter to maximize successful adoptions as well as increase positive interaction with the public. “Whatever circumstances landed them in a shelter – whether they […]

Rescue Waggin’ Comes to Iowa

For the past 4 years I have been volunteer spay/neuter coordinator for Noah’s Ark Animal Foundation in Fairfield, IA. There is a small group of very dedicated people who are doing wonderful work helping animals in this area. I never cease to be amazed at what people can accomplish when they work together for a […]

The Sugar Cube that Never Melts

My favorite nickname for my cat Chloe is Pops. It is actually short for Sugarpops. If you knew her, you would see why. She is a small, all white cat with beautiful gold eyes and a tiny pink nose. Ever since she was rescued as a tiny kitten, she has been the sweetest presence in […]

Chloe has a bout with Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD)

Several months ago I had gotten so busy with work that I neglected to do a monthly ThePetCheckup test on Chloe and Kate. Sure enough, Chloe developed litter box problems. She would go in the box but could not pee. Kate would stand next to the box, wide-eyed, staring at me with a look that […]

Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD)

Several months ago I had gotten extremely busy with work and neglected to do a monthly ThePetCheckup test on the kitties. Sure enough, Chloe started to have litter box problems. She would go into her box but could not pee. Kate stood next to the box and looked at me wide-eyed. Her expression could only […]