Why Protect Your Pet Did you know that the Humane Society of the United States reports we euthanize 2.7 million healthy, adoptable cats and dogs in U.S. shelters each year? That’s about one every 11 seconds. Most people think that the #pets who are #euthanized are old, run loose, or are simply not desirable due to their breed. This couldn’t be … [Read more...] about Pet Trusts: The Importance of Planning for Your Pets
I Woke up Dead…Now What?
I Woke Up Dead...Now What? To listen, click on the image below. Please follow and share if you feel it's worth sharing! So, I launched a podcast this week. It will be available shortly where most people listen to their podcasts. It takes a minute for some carriers to validate and populate. It's called "I Woke Up Dead...Now What" - … [Read more...] about I Woke up Dead…Now What?
My Pet Just Died
My Pet Just Died - A "Step-By-Step Guide " It's inevitable at some point we will have to say good-bye to our precious pets. When we are prepared to say farewell to our pet, it's one thing, however when our family member dies unexpectedly at home it can be devastating. Below is a guide on how to respectfully care for and contain your pet's remains … [Read more...] about My Pet Just Died
Benefits of “Planning Ahead” for Your Pets
Did you know you can pre-plan for your pet’s end of life care? Most pet parents are unaware that this option is not only available, but it is becoming increasingly popular. Why? As a society of boomers, we plan. We plan for everything from our vacations, grand children’s college fund, retirement, and our own end of life care. Some of us even plan … [Read more...] about Benefits of “Planning Ahead” for Your Pets
Meet Lucy – The Story of an Abandoned Puppy-Mill Dog
An Abandoned Puppy-Mill Dog. On a brutally cold December morning, a cage containing a four-pound Pomeranian, was found in a snow drift at the Noah Project, a no-kill animal shelter. It was clear she was an abandoned puppy-mill dog. Her situation was grave. It was clear she had recently given birth, as she was laying in afterbirth, with her nipples … [Read more...] about Meet Lucy – The Story of an Abandoned Puppy-Mill Dog
Animal Hospice Extends Pets Life
Animal palliative care and pet hospice is a new concept for many pet parents. As people, when we reach the end stages of our life, it’s become normal practice in the medical community to transition from treatment, to quality of life care and pain management. This is often referred to as palliative care. In the pet world, this type of care is just … [Read more...] about Animal Hospice Extends Pets Life