The holiday season can be a very beautiful time of year. However, it can also present a lot of hazards to your cat. You need to take some extra steps to make sure that you keep your cat safe this holiday season. #1 Keep Food Away from Your Cat Make sure that you keep food away from your cats. Do not put out food and leave it unattended. Remember that your cat can easily jump up on tables and get access to your food.
26 November 2017
Diabetes is a truly frightening disease, especially for children. If not monitored carefully, a child's glucose levels could drop or spike to dangerous levels. While there are devices that can monitor blood sugar levels, there is a "friendlier" and much cuter way for children to help them cope with this disease: a diabetes detection dog. Diabetes detection dogs, which have been in service since 2009, can actually smell the chemical changes that occur when a child's blood sugar starts to decline.
4 October 2017
A dog is not just a pet, but is part of the family and needs to be protected. There are many necessary steps to undertake to protect your dog fully. One of the scariest things that a dog owner can experience is a lost dog. This day and age putting a lost dog sign on a telephone pole may not be enough to ensure that you see your dog again. For this reason it is important to make sure that your dog has a collar that identifies it as your dog.
20 January 2017