E-Vet Visits: Are Online Veterinarians the Future?

Want to skip schlepping your pet to the vet?  You might have another option. PawSquad, a company from across the pond, has introduced online veterinarian consultations via a laptop or smartphone.  For 15 pounds (that’s about $23), you get a 15-minute consultation (an additional 15 minutes are available for another 15 pounds). PawSquad focuses on things “small…

October 27, 2015

Staying in the Pet Camp Family

This is a guest blog by Leeann Berry, Cat Ranger at Cat Safari. Several weeks ago one of our long time Cat Safari clients came to me with heavy hearts and a sad conclusion. He knew his beloved cat, Kavalier, would be better off being rehomed and asked for our help. He loved Kavalier dearly, but…

October 7, 2015

Pet Camp: A Part Of Preventative Healthcare For Dogs!

We’ve always believed that exercise and socialization are essential parts of a healthy and happy dog’s lifestyle, but for many years others were not so sure. We opened Pet Camp in 1997 and included dog group play as part of the overnight stay experience; while we thought we were right, our industry group (called the American…

October 2, 2015

Service Dog Abuse or Abuse of a “Service Dog”?

The other week I was talking to a dog parent who informed me that her dog had just been certified as a service dog based on her allergy to gluten. Here’s what she did.  First, she got a boiler plate letter from a doctor stating that she had been under this doctor’s care and that…

September 21, 2015