Month: July 2019

Rescue Meez

by Martha Michael A new book details one woman’s journey from “cat lady” to animal rescue owner. Siri Zwemke was simply trying to adopt another Siamese cat when she ended up taking ownership of dozens of pets and launching a nonprofit. The reader’s experience when leafing through the pages of Zwemke’s memoir, “Rescue Meez,” sounds […] Read more

Is My Dog Ready for a Wheelchair?

by Jennifer Pratt Dogs are unable to tell us what hurts or where they hurt, so it’s up to dog parents to stay alert and search for subtle changes in their pet’s behavior, which may indicate there’s an issue. Determining the best way to care for your pet, including when is the best time to […] Read more

Pride and Groom

by Martha Michael Beauty is only fur-deep, but your animal’s health and wellness has a lasting effect. When it comes to grooming your pets, there are household tools for brushing their coats and shampoos that are specific to dogs or cats. But do-it-yourself washing and preening should be reserved for time between appointments by professional […] Read more