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Showing posts from November, 2013

This Week On Babble Pets: Tiny Puppies and Sweet Lion and Doxie Love!!

Writing about animals is joy and very often I get to put together adorable slideshows of puppies and dogs so cute that they make you happy just looking at them. This week's  " Sweetest Puppies: Tiny, Teacup, and Toy! "   is definitely one of them.  Here is a photo from it below, but every one if a must-see in my opinion. Another heartwarmer is the beautiful story of a 500 pound lion named Bonedigger who suffered from a degenerative bone disease that left him mildly crippled,  " So Sweet! Lion Forms Inseparable Bond With Three Dachshunds (Video) " . 

Wordless Wednesday: Homework Time!

Math is definitely not Django's favorite subject! 

Holidays Hazards And Your Pets: Tips To Keep Them Safe!

Courtesy of  Veterinary Pet Insurance From munching on colorful holiday light bulbs to ingesting chocolate treats intended for human consumption, pets are exposed to a variety of dangerous objects during the holiday season. In 2012, Veterinary Pet Insurance Co. (VPI) policyholders spent more than $24.3 million on medical conditions commonly associated with the holidays.  As the season approaches, VPI reminds pet owners of the potential dangers presented to our four-legged companions.  Below are the most common holiday hazards for pets:

Family Game Night

Django enjoys the entertainment category!

Safety is #DiamondNaturals Priority (Just Like Ours!), Plus Big #Giveaway!

The top priority of pet owners when it comes to food is making sure that what we feed our pups is safe. With the recent and scary outbreak of dog deaths due to jerky treats (in which they still can't identify a specific culprit), food safety is at the forefront in the minds of many pet owners. And then we naturally consider nutrition. When a pet food company clearly identifies their ingredients, and they are natural and pure, it is a big plus in my book. With my chihuahua, Hayley , entering her senior years, it is even more important that we feed her the most natural ingredients. You might recall we decided on Diamond Naturals Grain Free food a couple of months ago. I'm happy to report that the food definitely does seem to be helping Hayley's digestive issues. When it comes to safety, it puts my mind to rest to know that the company  has developed a comprehensive food safety system in which "e very aspect of the manufacturing process at Diamond Pet Foods is tested