Fake News in Cat Care?

I hate to jump on the fake news bandwagon and especially when it comes to the New York Times (which is still delivered daily to my house in that famous blue plastic bag), but there are times when even I need to say “really?” Back in June I was reading the Times and found an…

September 21, 2017

Pet Camp Camper Cadets

It is said that San Francisco has more dogs than children, and while we can’t do much about those misbehaving kids, we do have the ability to make sure no one is saying “whose dog is that anyway?” Pet Camp’s Camper Cadet dog training uses only positive reinforcement to teach your dog (either an adult…

September 13, 2017

Working with Others to Protect Your Dog

Canine Influenza, or CIV, is an upper respiratory disease that has been affecting dogs since 2004. For those of you who don’t follow this issue, Canine Influenza (CIV) was first detected in greyhounds in Florida in 2004, but it really hit the big time in Chicago in 2015. Since then CIV has been detected in…

September 11, 2017

Happy National Dog Day!

Really?  Like we need a day to celebrate our dogs?  Every day (and I mean every day) is National Dog Day to me!  In fact, if I can be so bold, every day is International or even Galactic Dog Day to me. Where would we be without the amazing dogs in our lives?  And think…

August 26, 2017