Tag "be the change for pets"

  • How I Became Me and How YOU Can Be Like Me

    Walking the dogs is part of being me

    Post by BlogPaws CoFounder, Yvonne DiVita Is that the height of hubris? I’m saying, “How I Became Me and How YOU Can Become Like Me,” as if… well, as if I was someone. Someone you’d like to be like. Here’s the truth. It’s not hubris if… read more


  • ‘Strays’ : A Unique Pet Musical

    cat adoption musical

    Guest post by Amy Shojai October is filled with national “days” promoting adoption, education, and appreciation. It’s National Adopt A Dog Month, for example, and October 24 is National Pit Bull Appreciation Day. Many of us write about pets for a living, and use our blogs,… read more


  • Preparing For Weather Emergencies

    In light of the recent flooding and storms down south, we felt it necessary to share this information from petMD on how to prepare your pet for a weather, or any other, emergency. You should have a “go kit” for both your human family and your… read more


  • Reasons To Adopt A Shelter Pet

    indoor cat comfort

    Post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess Ohhhh look at that adorable puppy or kitten your friend adopted. Where did they get her? The local shelter! No kidding! Oh wow, what a beautiful, regal cat. Where did you get him? The shelter? No way! I love your… read more


  • Importance Of Talking To Your Deaf Dog

    We love this post at A Dog And His Boy about the importance of speaking to your deaf dog as well as signing to him or her. We know there are many deaf dog advocates and lovers in our community and we wanted to pass this… read more


  • Adopt An Adult Cat for a Lifetime of Love

    Guest post by JaneA Kelley Most people who go to a shelter wanting to adopt a cat have their hearts set on a kitten. Since there never seems to be a shortage of kittens that need homes, adult cats can languish in shelters for years –… read more


  • Helping Pets Impacted By South Carolina Flooding

    We are sharing the word about the pets and humans devastated by the recent flooding in South Carolina. BlogPaws Community Member Sarah Bauer shared her blog post where she is helping pets impacted by South Carolina flooding by collecting financial donations and supplies for the shelters… read more


  • In The Company of Animals…We May Learn Who We Are

    Post by Yvonne DiVita, BlogPaws Co-Founder Recently, our own Chloe DiVita sat down with an amazing man who has been on the scene of animal care and welfare for decades. He cares as deeply about the welfare of animals everywhere, as much as we do, at… read more


  • Preparing Your Pets For Disaster

    Disaster can strike at any time. That isn’t something many of us want to think about, but it’s true. Whether it’s a weather disaster or a fire or an extended power outage you need to be prepared — both you and your pet. Pet360 has a… read more


  • Behavior In Your Aging Pets

    Guest post by Amy Shojai The puppy “accidents” and kitten “crazies” have resolved into a mature, well-behaved and beloved pet. But when did that sugar frosting on his ears and muzzle appear? The day King fails to beat you to the door, or Sheba sleeps through… read more