Pet Sitting Bunny*

What could these two pictures have in common? Read on to find out! It may seem counterintuitive to admit when something didn’t go quite right—especially when starting a business, but “mistakes” are often our greatest teachers. With that in mind, I would like to share...

Pet Parent Pointers for the Winter Holidays

Thanksgiving and Christmas General Precautions Be careful about Christmas trees; they can fall over if your pet runs into them or climbs them. Tying them to something sturdy can help prevent injuries. Water additives for Christmas trees can often be poisonous to pets;...

What to Look for in a Trainer

(I am going to say dog in this article because that is the most commonly trained pet, but much of this blog applies to other pets as well.) There are a lot of trainers out there, but they are not all created equally. There are no requirements for being a dog trainer....

My Dog Always Begs!

Dogs quickly learn that people food is good food. We add spices and salt, and it is often high in sugar. If your dog passively stares at you while you eat or even tries to take food from your plate, but is not being aggressive or mouthing you, these tips may help you....

Excitable Dogs and What to do About It

Is your dog prone to running all over the house? Have you resorted to leaving her outside, because she’s crazy when you bring her in? You’re definitely not alone! Here are some ideas to try to encourage calm behavior from your dog. First, make absolutely sure that...

What’s Up With “the” Pit Bull?

A Little Background: I recently adopted a puppy from Heartland German Shepherd Rescue of Omaha, and I’ve had to get insurance for my business. Why are those things connected? Because the insurers wanted me to say that I wouldn’t work with “dangerous breeds” which is...

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