The act of administering medicine to our beloved pet can be a source of stress of any loving pet owner. After all, we want our pets to live happy and healthy lives. Unfortunately, many of our furry friends hate being given yucky medicine. Keep in mind these 20 “life hack” tips to make the process easier for both you and your pet!
Meet the unique and indelible Poppy! She's a two year old, white golden retriever with a personality big enough to fill a room. When her walker arrives she instantly flips on her back for belly rubs. Out on her walks Poppy is a social butterfly, stopping to make friends with all the neighborhood dogs. She loves her walks and everyone she meets along the way. Stop to pet her and you'll have a friend for life. Have a wonderful new year, Poppy!
Have you seen the trending video of a cat stealing the show on a fashion runway Turkey? Boy! That was really a head turner and a delightful scene. The models continued their walk, while the cat didn't care what was going on. At some point during the event, it tried to disrupt the strutting models, but it didn't work. The ladies had good reflexes and tried not to disturb the cat.
Meet Poppy, a gorgeous golden retriever with lots of love to give! She's never met a stranger she couldn't convince to pet her. Poppy prefers to plop and roll on her back for belly rubs whenever her Majestic Paws walker arrives. Favorite activities include getting cozy, inducing smiles, and meeting new people. This social butterfly is as loyal and beautiful as they come. Enjoy your month Poppy!
Whether it’s an evening walk or an overnight dog sit, Riot is a great hang! He’s a gentleman Corgi who loves people, walks, and cuddles. Riot is a glutton for attention and would love nothing more than for you to stop and say hello while he’s out exploring the neighborhood. He’ll wag his tail and put his ears back for as long as you’d like to pet him. Expressive, friendly and loyal to his owner Robert, Riot is the epitome of a good dog. We’re ecstatic to have him as a member of the Majestic Paws family. Have a great month Riot!
Animal shelters rescue millions of companion dogs every year. Dog shelters provide a temporary home for these lovable creatures until they find a new one who will love them, show them the way of the pack, and reciprocate their undying love, loyalty, and companionship that these dogs are well-known for. They are knocking on the doors of your heart and imploring the kindness in you to bring them home where they can repay it with their own brand of affection, loyalty, protection, and never-ending companionship. MyPetNeedsThat.com shows you the facts about why bringing home a shelter dog is good for you and your family.
You won’t find a more handsome, loyal pup than Mack! Mack is a Collie-mix and loves his afternoon walks around Lakeview. His loving parents, Dominic and Lexi, adopted Mack after he had spent some time on the streets as a stray. He’s been loved and cared for ever since. Mack’s interests include sneaking people-food he’s not allowed to have, meeting other dogs and people, and taking long naps near his loved ones. Sometimes his outgoing cousin Scout comes over to play. They make a great team! Enjoy your month Mack. You deserve it!
With all the hustle and bustle of moving, it can create a stressful environment for your dog or cat. They can be unsure as to why you are moving around your belongings and may feel uneasy about where you are headed. There are several things that you can do before, during and after a move to help your furry friend adjust.
It would be hard to find a friendlier, more loyal pup than good ol’ Magnus. With his natural charisma, Magnus has never met a dog or human he couldn’t charm. His favorite activities include sniffing every inch of his block in Lakeview and following his mom, Lauren, around like her shadow. Magnus loves his walks, but if he had his druthers he’d skip getting his paws wiped after a rainstorm. Of course, it’s all worth it for that treat and fresh water at the end! Keep doing your thing Magnus, King of Lakeview!
If you own more than one dog, you may want to keep things simple and feed them all the same food. Or, you may choose out different foods for each dog. But what is the best way to divide their diets to ensure that each dog is eating well without causing competition over food? Let’s break down the basics of feeding all of your pets in a multi-dog home. It doesn’t have to be stressful any longer!