This article was previously published March 21, 2014, and was updated on June 23, 2022. Pet party perfection – the Do’s and Don’ts! Decades ago, dog birthday parties were not the norm. Today’s pet parents celebrate with gusto. In fact, party supplies are just one contributor to the total amount spent on dogs, cats and […]
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How to Keep Your Dog Cool This Summer
Stay safe, be cool As it’s getting to be summertime, you’re going to need tips on how to keep your dog cool to keep them safe. Did you know that a dog’s breath is 102 degrees with 100 percent humidity? They cool themselves by panting. But during the summer, it can be harder for them […]
How Cat Communication Prepared TuffyTiger To Go Outside Safely
The day TuffyTiger wanted to go outside. In my recent post about cat communication, you got to meet the darling tabby kitten TuffyTiger and learned the amazing story of how this tiny feral ball of feline fluff with gorgeous green eyes came to live with me. Here’s what happened next! After TuffyTiger took up residence […]
How Snails and a Corral started my mission to change the world…
The Snail That Got Away – my 1st Entrepreneurial Venture Not many people know this, but my first entrepreneurial business when I was 28 years old was as a snail farmer! I was so excited! I joined the Snail Farmers Association of America. My company was called Texcargo (a play on the word Texas and […]
The Psychic Abilities of Animals: Do they have a sixth sense after all?
You’ve likely heard stories about animals warning people about pending natural disasters like tsunamis, avalanches and earthquakes. They seem to have an ability to anticipate disasters and catastrophic events, an ability many animal communicators have known about for years. During the 2004 Thailand tsunami, Bang Keoy villagers admit to seeing a herd of buffalo along […]
How to Help An Aging Cat: 5 Tips on Caring for Senior Felines
One day your cat can no longer jump on top of things they once used as their perch, such as the refrigerator or bookshelf. You may also notice your cat’s appetite or weight begins to wane, their sleeping time increases and even their playtime habits change as they slow down. Even though cats tend to […]