Doggone Times

June 15, 2016

Why You Should only Vaccinate a Healthy Dog

A friend recently called me in a panic. Could I go to her house? Her dog Max was in critical condition and she had already taken her to the vet. The vet had said the symptoms indicated Max had Parvo virus.
June 11, 2016

Ways to Show your Dog Who’s in Charge

Dogs, just like humans, have unique personalities and temperaments. Some dogs are okay with being led while others prefer to lead. If you have a domineering dog in your house you might have noticed that he lets his presence be felt, whether he is the only dog in the house or there are others.
June 7, 2016

Vaccine Combo vs. Individual Vaccine

In my years as a dog parent, I have experimented with many things ranging from food to medication for my dogs’ optimum health before I could settle for my current formula, which I still try to improve on a daily basis.
June 3, 2016

The Pros of Having Your Dog Indoors

As faithful as a dog. That’s one of the first simile kids learn in school. This is because dogs dedicate themselves with their all, probably unlike any other animal or even fellow human beings. It’s for this reason that dogs are now not just pets, but an important part of the family.
May 29, 2016

My Dogs and Kids: Benefits of Raising them Together

When Ginger barks, everyone listens. When Lulu plays, no one wants to stay still, and when Buster gives affection, no heart can remain solid. That’s the joy of having dogs in our house, and the joy has been spread to our kids.
May 25, 2016

Swooned over Sushi

You know how they say the shortest way to a man’s heart is through his stomach? Courtesy of a stray kitty, I now know the even shorter way to a mother’s heart; her kids. This stray kitty that landed on our doorstep one rainy morning must have known the easiest way to warm her way into my heart.