I have good friends and neighbors who will spend time with Lana when I am gone and I am cutting back my overnight stays,but what creative things do other sitters do for their kittys to keep thme happy when they are alone.
My dog has a problem with her anal glands. I got a free coupon for Banfield (the vet in PetSmart) so I took her there today. I've been there before with a hamster so I thought they were ok. The nurse tried to take her temperature and my dog tried to … more ›
I was just wondering if anyone thinks that the price a breeder is asking for a dog, determines the quality of health, the kind of care the dog recieves,and the overall quality of living the dogs and puppies have before they are sold?
I am a pet sitter and will be taking care of 4 dogs and two cats for the whole day and overnight and then a half day on the next day. Normally I charge 40 for the overnight. 15 per visit plus 3 for every animal over two. I want to come up with… more ›
I recently had to have my little Maltese put down due to cancer. I elected to go to the above facility because the money goes to help the animals there. The respect shown for me and my Maggie was outstanding. We were given private time in a very cl… more ›
How do staff treat volunteers on a daily basis? How does you staff feel about volunteers? Ar they a help or hindrance?
If they are a help, how are volunteers made to feel valued? Do you consider volunteers a part of the team?
I have job opportunities looming on the horizon near Seattle and in Portland, Maine. Of course I will be looking for a humane society to volunteer at, and also wondering what the dog training situation is in these areas....to start my own business.
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A: Ches, I just sent you a message to let you know that all your stuff is on here. I was able to see all your photos, blogs, questions, etc. … more ›
Answer by Momba
A: The best thing to do is make sure of what it is by seeing your vet. It could be nothing, but why take the chance that it could be something… more ›