Tag "pet health"

  • Pet First Aid From Head to Tail

    Pet First Aid Head to Tail

    Listen as Chloe DiVita, All Pet Voices Co-Founder, and Denise Fleck, The Pet Safety Crusader, talk about pet first aid and what to look for and know so that you can keep your pet healthy and have a head start on any possible concerns. This video… read more


  • Telemedicine For Your Pet: All the Deets

    Telemedicine - Dr V

    Tune in as Chloe DiVita, All Pet Voices Co-Founder, and Dr. Jessica Vogelsang, Veternarian, Author, and Consultant at PawCurious, to talk about using Telemedicine for your pet. The do’s, the don’ts, and the musts. This video is part of the Pet Voices LIVE series. CLICK HERE… read more


  • Tales, Trolls, Tribulations: How To Keep Your Focus When Everyone Is Losing Theirs

    keep focus when everyone is losing theirs

    No, I am not going to get political here, but let’s face it: Our Facebook and social media feeds and television stations have been filled with politics, politics, politics. If you have any kind of an online following, it might be so tempting to jump into… read more


  • Self-Care For The Stressed Out Pet Blogger

    Freelancing 101 self care for the stressed out pet blogger

    Who doesn’t feel stressed-out? Show of hands! How many of you are practicing self-care? Show of hands! I don’t see as many in answer to the second question as I did to the first. In this Freelancing 101: Self-Care for the stressed out pet blogger, we… read more


  • 4 Ways to Entertain Your Cat (and Yourself) During Winter Months

    Toilet Paper Toy

    Guest post by Angie Bailey In some parts of the country, the temps majorly dip during the winter months. I live in Minnesota, which is definitely one of those parts. I have no desire to frolic outdoors when it’s below zero, so I spend a good… read more


  • Unexpected Gifts In The Pet World

    Amy Shojai cats karma and seren

    Guest post by Amy Shojai  Many years ago, more than I care to admit, I became an accidental pet writer. I grew up rescuing orphan bunnies and baby birds fallen from nests, turning turtles and snakes into pets, and luring squirrels and raccoons to eat from… read more


  • A BlogPaws Icon Gains His Wings

    A BlogPaws Icon Gets His Wings

    “Hi! You don’t know me,” the email said, “but I’ve been reading your blog and I love it! I have a petblog, too! Mine is about raising funds for shelters,” and so it began, a friendship that would spawn a successful business and bring hundreds of… read more


  • What You Need to Know About Feline Diabetes

    feline diabetes relaxed cat

    Guest post by JaneA Kelley November is Pet Diabetes Awareness Month, and with diabetes on the rise in cats and dogs, it’s important to know the facts about this disease and how to manage it. I’m going to focus on feline diabetes because it’s a topic… read more


  • 10 Ways To Make Your Holiday Safe with Pets

    How to keep pets safe during the holidays

    It’s holiday time. We’re officially into Black Friday. I like the TV commercial were a soft toy, a pink soft toy, wants to know why it’s called BLACK Friday… cause, she wants it to be pink Friday. Pink is nice, wouldn’t you agree? Pink is friendly,… read more


  • Is Your Pet Obese?

    overweight cat

    It is past National Pet Obesity day, but let’s face it, if our pet is obese it is a year-round issue, right? There is a great post we found on Dog Mom Days that shares startling statistics about pet obesity. I urge you to give it… read more