With the start of a new year, it’s a great time to evaluate achievements from a year gone-by and set new goals for the months to come.
"I put up posters for Leo all over the neighborhood. I searched for him and at first was hopeful he would come back soon on his own. I searched the online databases, posted messages online
Last year, the number of lost pets reported to PawBoost on January 1st was DOUBLE the daily average.
"There’s no place like home for the holiday season – a time where we love to break out the ornaments, tinsel and boughs of holly."
"The whole neighborhood came together looking for Bowie. Jenn alerted PawBoost, and a local humane officer put together a team. It took this team of professionals, over 3,000 shares on Facebook, and a community to
As you begin gearing up for the holiday season, you will need to determine if you are going to bring your pet along for the travel adventures.
According to a clinical survey from the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, in 2016 “53.9% of dogs and 58.9% of cats were classified as clinically overweight or obese by their veterinary healthcare professional.”
"They tried to find his owners at the apartment complex, but didn't have any luck. They were planning to keep him, and then he remembered that I was a Pet Detective and called to see
Some winter hazards and illnesses may seem unavoidable, but by being aware of them and being proactive, dog parents can take actions to prevent illness and keep our canine companions safe this winter.