Summer Adventure Travel & Do Good for Pets It seems everyone has a serious case of “cabin fever” after up to two years of not being able or feeling comfortable traveling. Now the mood has changed to people wanting to go somewhere, but maybe now the desire to have a trip needs to mean more […]
Holidays are Hell..for Cats & Dogs Comfort Zone Calming Vest and Multi-cat Diffuser to the rescue We humans love the holidays — the excitement of big meals, surprises, gifts, visiting and being visited, new things to eat and drink (or old favorites to eat and drink too much of), meeting new people and reacquainting ourselves […]
Dog Talk (And Kitties Too!) #560: Dr. Nick Dodman (whose many books about managing the emotional conditions of pets has furthered our general understanding of how to help make their lives better) talks about whether it is a good idea to use tranquilizers when traveling with a dog. Should you drug a dog who is […]
Trainer Brian Bailey wrote a fascinating, provocative new book Embracing the Wild in Your Dog. I interviewed him about his ideas about the wolf ancestry of our dogs on DOG TALK™ and also on HUMANE TALK. I hope you’ll take the time to listen to both conversations – in the meantime, take advantage of his good practical […]
The holiday weekend is upon us, but what if you decided at the last minute not to bring Fido? While there are lots of great boarding options available, finding the right kennel for your dog requires knowing what questions to ask.
Dog Travel Experts (10-23-2013) #4011: Grendel the 180 lb. European Great Dane in Florida travels everywhere as a certified therapy dog. MP3 Audio [14 MB]DownloadShow URL