Ways Assistance Animals Help
It is often mistaken that assistance animals are only for people who are legally blind or deaf, and that these assistance animals are limited to the stereotypical "yellow Labrador."
Pet Insurance – How to Choose a Provider
...recognize that in some cases, pet care professionals, breeders, shelters, and rescues may receive compensation for recommending certain pet health insurance products. So don't be afraid to ask them if they fall into this category.
Would You Invite Your Best Friend to a Restaurant with Cuisine They Don’t Like?
On walks and runs, I am consistently consent testing with Doogie. I ask Doogie questions. This empowers her to be part of the decision-making team regarding where we go, what speed we travel, and when we stop to assess, explore, and sniff the environment.
Pet Insurance – Why It’s a Good Idea
It is not just the ingestion of items that can cause an unplanned vet bill. Like us, dogs are subject to trauma, orthopedic issues, heat stroke, and tick-borne diseases.
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.
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