Sharing is Caring

I was recently set to be a witness in a civil case between two consultants in the pet care industry. I spent a number of hours preparing with one of the lawyers and went as far as purchasing airplane tickets and making hotel reservations. The case settled on what I think was the proverbial courthouse…

July 29, 2019

TV Shows Your Dog Has To Watch

Hey humans, we know you’re tired of reading these blogs to your dogs so this blog is written directly to your dog. Just click on the link since we know touch screens don’t work so well with dog paws. Last week I introduced you to some of this summer’s most anticipated bark-buster movies. However, it…

July 23, 2019

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Considering a “Small Dog” Daycare?

The other weekend I went to a grand opening event for a Los Angeles based pet store chain that had opened its first San Francisco location. The event was amazing: well-staffed, beautiful store, crowded, lots of vendors giving away samples, and SWAG that was outside the budget of most family-owned businesses (read: better SWAG than…

July 18, 2019

5 Ways Pets Can Improve Our Health

Sure, we know that there are all sorts of things Kaiser Permanente does to support human parenting, but at Pet Camp we’re especially proud that Kaiser is now supporting pet parenting too! Pet Camp uses Kaiser Permanente for our human health care.  In the last “Thrive” e-newsletter Kaiser discussed the 5 ways pets can improve…

July 16, 2019