Welcome to Pets and Their People – Your online tips, tools and resources!

You’re busy. You really, really love your pets. So, where do you turn with day-to-day pet care challenges and questions: Can I feed this to my dog? Why does my horse do that? How do I find a reliable pet sitter? Why does my cat think that’s the litter box?? It’s okay – you got this and we’re here to help. We’re on a mission to provide resources and practical tips to pet people…with a dose of encouragement and humor!

Our regular features will focus on your stories, training tips from the trenches, pets and kids, nutrition information, product reviews, animal-related book reviews and enrichment ideas (not just for dogs!). So, for all those questions that you always wanted to know but were afraid to ask about your pets…let’s go there.

Fellow animal lovers, this space is dedicated to you – whether you have a pet (or a few), are thinking about getting (or adding another) one, are starting out in (or considering) a career as a pet professional, work or volunteer in rescue/sheltering, or there’s a young person in your life who just can’t get enough of all things pets. Join us for quick, reliable insights, right here at your fingertips. We hope you enjoy.

Welcome to Pets and Their People – Your online tips, tools and resources!

You’re busy. You really, really love your pets. So, where do you turn with day-to-day pet care challenges and questions: Can I feed this to my dog? Why does my horse do that? How do I find a reliable pet sitter? Why does my cat think that’s the litter box?? It’s okay – you got this and we’re here to help. We’re on a mission to provide resources and practical tips to pet people…with a dose of encouragement and humor!

Our regular features will focus on your stories, training tips from the trenches, pets and kids, nutrition information, product reviews, animal-related book reviews and enrichment ideas (not just for dogs!). So, for all those questions that you always wanted to know but were afraid to ask about your pets…let’s go there.

Fellow animal lovers, this space is dedicated to you – whether you have a pet (or a few), are thinking about getting (or adding another) one, are starting out in (or considering) a career as a pet professional, work or volunteer in rescue/sheltering, or there’s a young person in your life who just can’t get enough of all things pets. Join us for quick, reliable insights, right here at your fingertips. We hope you enjoy.

Welcome to Pets and Their People – Your online tips, tools and resources!

You’re busy. You really, really love your pets. So, where do you turn with day-to-day pet care challenges and questions: Can I feed this to my dog? Why does my horse do that? How do I find a reliable pet sitter? Why does my cat think that’s the litter box?? It’s okay – you got this and we’re here to help. We’re on a mission to provide resources and practical tips to pet people…with a dose of encouragement and humor!

Our regular features will focus on your stories, training tips from the trenches, pets and kids, nutrition information, product reviews, animal-related book reviews and enrichment ideas (not just for dogs!). So, for all those questions that you always wanted to know but were afraid to ask about your pets…let’s go there.

Fellow animal lovers, this space is dedicated to you – whether you have a pet (or a few), are thinking about getting (or adding another) one, are starting out in (or considering) a career as a pet professional, work or volunteer in rescue/sheltering, or there’s a young person in your life who just can’t get enough of all things pets. Join us for quick, reliable insights, right here at your fingertips. We hope you enjoy.

Welcome to Pets and Their People – Your online tips, tools and resources!

You’re busy. You really, really love your pets. So, where do you turn with day-to-day pet care challenges and questions: Can I feed this to my dog? Why does my horse do that? How do I find a reliable pet sitter? Why does my cat think that’s the litter box?? It’s okay – you got this and we’re here to help. We’re on a mission to provide resources and practical tips to pet people…with a dose of encouragement and humor!

Our regular features will focus on your stories, training tips from the trenches, pets and kids, nutrition information, product reviews, animal-related book reviews and enrichment ideas (not just for dogs!). So, for all those questions that you always wanted to know but were afraid to ask about your pets…let’s go there.

Fellow animal lovers, this space is dedicated to you – whether you have a pet (or a few), are thinking about getting (or adding another) one, are starting out in (or considering) a career as a pet professional, work or volunteer in rescue/sheltering, or there’s a young person in your life who just can’t get enough of all things pets. Join us for quick, reliable insights, right here at your fingertips. We hope you enjoy.

Welcome to Pets and Their People – Your online tips, tools and resources!

You’re busy. You really, really love your pets. So, where do you turn with day-to-day pet care challenges and questions: Can I feed this to my dog? Why does my horse do that? How do I find a reliable pet sitter? Why does my cat think that’s the litter box?? It’s okay – you got this and we’re here to help. We’re on a mission to provide resources and practical tips to pet people…with a dose of encouragement and humor!

Our regular features will focus on your stories, training tips from the trenches, pets and kids, nutrition information, product reviews, animal-related book reviews and enrichment ideas (not just for dogs!). So, for all those questions that you always wanted to know but were afraid to ask about your pets…let’s go there.

Fellow animal lovers, this space is dedicated to you – whether you have a pet (or a few), are thinking about getting (or adding another) one, are starting out in (or considering) a career as a pet professional, work or volunteer in rescue/sheltering, or there’s a young person in your life who just can’t get enough of all things pets. Join us for quick, reliable insights, right here at your fingertips. We hope you enjoy.

From the Blog …

Upcoming Facebook Live Featuring Veterinary Behaviorist Dr. Lisa Radosta!

Dr. Radosta is the owner of Florida Veterinary Behavior Service, a specialty practice in southeast Florida, and co-owns Dog Nerds, an online educational resource for guardians whose pets have behavior disorders.

When is it Okay to Touch an Assistance Animal?

Unlike therapy and comfort dogs, service animals are trained especially for their handlers and often need to be paying attention to subtle signals while out in public with them.

Shared Blog Post: How to Love and Survive Your Teenage Dog – and Keep Your Sanity!

This is the time when dogs might be returned, end up in pounds and shelters or spend their days lonely in the backyard. It does not have to be like this!

Shared Blog Post – The Proper Use of Food in Dog Training

Asking your dog to do something ‘just because you said so’ is like your boss asking you to work for no pay.

Shared Blog Post – Secret Reasons for Behavior Changes in Your Dog

Particularly in adult dogs, sudden and dramatic behavior changes with no obvious preceding cause ARE. NOT. NORMAL.

How To Select a Service Dog or Assistance Dog Prospect

It can feel overwhelming and as though there is a lot of pressure when training your own service/ assistance dog. However, working with a force-free professional can make the world of difference in supporting you and your dog with your training journey.

You Can Still Help the Animals of Ukraine Survive the War

Please donate again if you are able to, or help in any other way you can – by encouraging others to contribute, publicizing the fundraiser, recruiting corporate sponsors, or connecting me with animal welfare activists, advocacy groups, journalists, etc.

Pets – Who Cares for Them When You Cannot? (Part Two)

Understanding pet behavior is critical when caring for someone's pet. Changes in a pet's behavior can be subtle and may often be the first sign that they are not doing well physically or emotionally.

Pets – Who Cares for Them When You Cannot? (Part One)

I advise all pet parents to prepare their pets for being cared for by others well before needing such service.

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