Changes in Dog Food – Better or Just More Expensive?

We all know that I’m pretty damn old, but while that age brings with it a gray beard and a sore back, it also brings along some institutional memory. The other day while listening to a pet parent checking in their camper to Pet Camp go over all the food requirements for their dog, I…

May 14, 2014

When Pet Grooming Goes Bad?

If physicians worked more collaboratively with veterinarians there would be tremendous benefits for both animal and human health according to Dr. Barbara Natterson-Horowitz and Kathryn Bowers, authors of the new book, “Zoobiquity:  what Animals can Teach Us about Health and the Science of Healing.”  Natterson-Horowitz is a professor of cardiology at UCLA and a cardiovascular…

May 8, 2014

How old is your dog, really!

This is a blog post by David Aguilar, front desk counselor All of us have heard the myth that converting a dog’s age to human years was as simple as multiplying the dog’s age by seven. But if you really think about it, it doesn’t make sense at all. For example if Fluffy is one,…

April 30, 2014

Decoding Cat Body Language

This blog post is by Leeann Berry, Safari Ranger at Pet Camp’s Cat Safari. Cat behavior can seem like a mystery but there are common body language signs that act as a guide for their caregivers and companions to read in order to understand them better.  Here we give you tips on what your cat’s…

April 24, 2014