I began pet blogging out of a simple love of animals and a desire to share my pets with the world. Certainly, pet blogging offers many benefits. As bloggers, we share our pets, network with like minded animal lovers, and perhaps even make a few extra dollars. What I did not know when I started […]
It can be easy to forget about fleas in the fall, but fleas are still here, and your pet can get them at any time. In fact, last year, I found a flea on Eve in November! When it comes to flea and tick control it is also important to me that my pets […]
One of the biggest challenges of having corgis is how long they are. Sure, they are short dogs, usually only about 12 inches in height, and they often weight in the 25lb or under range, but they have long backs and generally will not fit in a soft sided carrier. When I considered flying with […]
Update: There is now a Facebook group for owners of pets with cancer who have done T-cell infusion, are in the process of it, or who are considering it and want more information. You can request to join that group here: Canine T Cell Infusion Information and Support. Updated February 15, 2017. Ty’s journey with […]
When Ty was first diagnosed with Lymphoma, it was easy to get overwhelmed learning about supplements that might help him. I also faced conflicting reports from holistic and conventional sources. For example, some conventional vets are rather skeptical of supplements or holistic methods. See, for example, the skepvet blog, which is interesting reading, and on the […]
Diet is crucial for dogs with cancer, and one of the biggest challenges can be obtaining a food that will help keep your dog healthy and that avoids ingredients that cancer thrives on. If your dog becomes a picky eater from chemotherapy side effects, it becomes all the more challenging. Here are the solutions I […]
Here are a couple of my favorite fall photos of Ty and Eve. These were taken at our old house, where we always had lots of fall foliage. Ty also really liked to jump on the straw bales!
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 […]