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What My Chameleon Taught Me About #ReptileCare
You learn a lot from owning a reptile. Back when I had my veiled chameleon there were not a lot of resources, such as the Reptile Care Center for learning about reptile care. So, I was stuck getting library books and learning things as I went. Things are easier now, with a lot of great internet resources such as the care center linked above, but there still are plenty of things you learn only afte [more]
Pets on The Playground
Many pets love playground equipment. It is in their nature to climb and explore, and playgrounds offer plenty of open spaces to play and exercise. In some locales you will find dog parks or playgrounds designed for pets, which are ideal locations to visit. Otherwise, if your local playground allows pets (some do not), why not visit? Before you go to the playground with your pet, here ar [more]
Making Bath Time Easier With The Honest Kitchen Sparkle Bar
Bath time for the corgis is always a bit of an adventure. Eve doesn't mind baths, but Ty despises them. He gets pretty impatient about shampooing and he doesn't hold still very well to get lathered up. He also tends to get itchy skin from allergies and needs shampoos formulated for that. The Honest Kitchen made bath time much easier for the corgis and I when they sent me one of their new Spa [more]
#ReptileCare List For Your New Lizard
This post is a sponsored post. I am being compensated to help spread the word about Reptile Ownership, but Some Pets only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. petMD® and PetSmart® are not responsible for the content of this article. Getting a new pet lizard is very exciting. It also can be a bit overwhelming. There are a lot of things your new lizard needs, and if you are no [more]
Canine Lymphoma Resources
When I first learned that Ty had lymphoma, I read everything I could possibly find on it. As a result, I came across some really good resources. I also came across plenty of bad ones. The list below are the items that I found the most helpful. Some of these are specific to canine lymphoma, while others are broader and cover cancer in dogs in general. My Number One Resource The Dog Cancer [more]
Thinking About Getting a Reptile? Learn #ReptileCare at petMD
This post is a sponsored post. I am being compensated to help spread the word about Reptile Ownership, but Some Pets only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. petMD ® and PetSmart ® are not responsible for the content of this article. Years back I had two reptiles that I simply adored. One was a veiled chameleon named George, and the other was a common tree lizard nam [more]
Our #BarkBoxDay Party
This post is sponsored by BarkBox®, and the BlogPaws Professional Pet Blogger Network. I am being compensated for helping to share our experience with BarkBox, but Some Pets only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. BarkBox is not responsible for the content of this article. What could be better than throwing a surprise party for your dogs? That is exactly what I did when [more]
When Your Dog Has Lymphoma
Your dog has lymphoma. What now? Do you undertake a course of chemo? If so, which one? What about holistic care? Are you finding conflicting information? Perhaps you are unsure of how to approach your vet with questions or advocate for your dog in the face of conflicting advice. That was the position I found myself in when a canine lymphoma diagnosis threw my family for a loop. It has been [more]
Our Pet’s Active Outdoor Lifestyle
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #BeyondSummer #CollectiveBias I live a very active lifestyle, and so do my pets. I love to get outdoors whenever possible, and if I can include the dogs in  those activities that is all the better! I also incorporate grain free food in my dog's diet to support their active lifestyles. Here [more]
Navigate Puppyhood With Purina #MyPuppyHood
This post is sponsored by Purina® and the BlogPaws Professional Pet Blogger Network. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about Puppyhood.com, but Some Pets only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Nestle Purina is not responsible for the content of this article.   Who doesn't love puppies? I get major puppy cravings every time I see a picture [more]
Road Tripping to Blogpaws
Next week, Eve and I head out on Wednesday to drive to Nashville, Tennessee for the Blog Paws Conference. I spoke at the conference last year, and this year I will be providing one on one sessions with bloggers to discuss legal issues related to blogging. The Blog Paws conference for pet bloggers is, of course, pet friendly! So, Eve will get to experience her own little vacation. She is a very soc [more]
#PerfectWeight Success Stories, Enter To Win For Your Own Success!
This post is sponsored by Hill’s. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about Hill’s® Science Diet® Perfect Weight 10 Week Turnaround, but Some Pets only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Inc. is not responsible for the content of this article. This is the final post in the Hill's Perfect Weight series. As this series has illus [more]