When Services Refuse Access to Assistance Dog Teams
Pet Professional Guild Member Let Down by Services That Promise Otherwise
Let’s Talk About Our Dogs’ Feelings
You may have noticed recently that there has been a lot more talk about the welfare and “the feelings” of our dogs. (Thank goodness!)
Pets & Us – Seeing the Positive in Challenging Situations
Arm yourself with knowledge. We are so lucky to be able to have instant access to a wealth of information nowadays, so use it to your advantage to find out as much as you can about your pet’s condition and treatment options, or join support groups...
Slithery Snakes and Other Scary Things!
It's that time of year when we see many snakes and lizards warming themselves along our running pathways.
Let Pets Decide Whenever They Can
Sometimes we feel like we have to micromanage every aspect of a dog's life. Let your dog process and decide what feels most comfortable for them.
Dogs Who Growl with Teeth, Oh My!
My dog growled at me today and that made me happy! Why, you ask? It is very simple actually...
Loving Partners: The Bonds We Share with Assistance Animals
Both guardians and their assistance animals must have a deep connection and bond in order to understand one another's communications and respond to body language-based signals.
Meet the People Behind the Fundraiser for Ukrainian Animal Shelters
Marina Bayeva, MD, PhD was born and raised in Dnipro, Ukraine and is a Fellow in Hospital-Based Psychotherapy at The Austen Riggs Center in Massachusetts. Dr. Bayeva's parents still live in Dnipro, where her aid efforts to local shelters and rescue organizations have been focused.
People Are Risking Their Lives to Help the Pets of Ukraine – And They Need Your Help
While we have all seen images of refugees escaping with their pets, many animals were left behind. These are surely agonizing choices of survival. Learn how you can help the fundraiser for Ukrainian animal shelters.
Celebrating Differences Towards More Inclusivity!
Choosing a pet based on breed only can be at best, misleading and at worst, terrible for an unsuspecting family who find themselves with a high drive dog over a calm couch potato! Pet guardians need to always be aware.