Over the years, I’ve purchased several books on cat and dog care. Some have been more helpful than others in certain situations, and although I have not always entirely agreed with the information provided, I have found most of them to be very helpful and insightful. As someone who has no access to local holistic vets, and prefers to treat my pets as naturally as possible, I wanted to share my thoughts on these books with others who also prefer to go the natural route whenever possible and are interested in starting or adding to their resource collection.
One of the biggest headaches a pet owner can face is the dreaded flea. If you are one of the unfortunate flea-fighting warriors reading this, and you want to know how to get rid of fleas, hopefully this post will help you finally free your home and pet from the annoying little pests. If you are fortunate enough to be flea-free, I think you’ll find some valuable tips to ensure your home and pets stay that way.
If you’ve ever had a pet go missing, you might understand what I’m talking about. If not, let me share with you the reason why it’s so important to have good pet pictures. I’m not talking about the cute ones where they are sleeping or 1/2 a mile away from the camera or hiding behind the curtains, I’m talking well-lit, in the daylight, full body shots. The kind that you can put on posters to help identify your lost cat or dog.
Because there is no law that says eggnog can only be enjoyed around the holidays, and because I always have a fresh supply of eggs and happen to be a year-round fan of it, I make eggnog whenever I want.
Chickens. Throw ’em in the backyard, let them eat bugs and whatever else chickens eat, and reap the rewards of healthy, fresh eggs. Yeah, right. If it were that simple, I wouldn’t be writing this post.
Ahhh….Springtime. Things are greening up and warming up. The cats are happier to be able to spend more time outside. Sounds great, right? Wrong.
There are several reasons why I decided to start this blog. One big reason was to warn dog owners of the potentially fatal drug, Previcox. It is probably just known generically as an anti-inflammatory. Sounds harmless, right? Wrong. Actually, beyond wrong. But I’ll get into all that in an upcoming post. You won’t want to miss it, I promise.