This month VPI Pet Insurance is holding it’s third annual pet cancer awareness month to benefit the Animal Cancer Foundation (ACF). ACF devel0p and support research to advance the prevention and treatment of cancer in pets and people. They give pets that are not responding to conventional therapy opportunities to take part in clinical trials that could save them or extend their lives. Continue reading “Pet Cancer Awareness Month – Warning Signs to Look for in Your Pets”
Every pet owner and pet business owner should have their own disaster preparedness guide. You never know when a natural (or manmade) disaster can strike and you need to have a plan to ensure that you know how to get your pets to a safe place. Continue reading “Free Pet Disaster Preparedness Guide”
My new product is coming soon! The Virtual Pet Business Toolkit will officially be launched on November 15th.
I have put together this toolkit to show pet professionals how to easily boost their pet business profits by adding affiliate pet products to their existing websites. If you own a pet business your customers and website visitors are pet lovers and will appreciate the convenience of shopping through your site for products they already trust and buy online. Continue reading “Boost Your Pet Business Profits with Virtual Pet Business Toolkit”
Last week we found ourselves in the path of the tornado that swept across Dallas Fort Worth. We sheltered with our pets in our home as the sirens sounded and were hit by hail just larger than golf ball size.Â We were lucky – the tornado touched down just south of us causing minor damage to homes and stores but passed over our neighborhood leaving only hail damage.Â Â It leftÂ me wondering what weÂ would we have done with our pets – and our pet sitting clients pets – if the storm had been more serious.Â So today I wanted toÂ give you some informationÂ that can help youÂ to put togetherÂ your ownÂ pet disaster plan. Continue reading “Disaster Planning for Pets”
Summer is almost here and all pet professionals should be aware of the dangers of the summer heat to our pets. Continue reading “Summer Pet Care – How to Prevent Heat Stress”
This weekend I evacuated from New Iberia, Lousianna because of Hurricane Gustav. I was scheduled to stay in Louisianna for another week to teach a class but got out before the mad rush to leave New Orleans on the weekend. Continue reading “Do You Have A Disaster Plan for Your Pets?”