Posted March 15, 2012 by Lady Bee

You have to laugh out loud at these clever Dog and Cat Eye Charts.  They
would make a great gift for a veterinarian, but just as great as
posters for adult and child dog and cat lovers.

Posted March 12, 2012 by Lady Bee

New situations can make any cat go ballistic. A new pet in the house, especially a
cat, new furniture, a new routine may unsettle a cat, who generally likes things 'the way they
were.'  One of the therapies recommended by some veterinarians for anxiety that arises in cats and
dogs, is the introduction of pheromones.

Posted March 7, 2012 by Lady Bee

As with all furniture, you can buy mass produced cat furniture or
'designer' cat furniture.  When it comes to commercial cat condos,
you're pretty much stuck with an eyesore in your living room. But if you
want to see how an interior designer achieves the ultimate marriage
between an elegant living area for humans and stunningly fitting
catsplay, you need to see what Wohnblock Design has accomplished.

 

Posted March 4, 2012 by Lady Bee

The Global Pet Expo, held in Orlando, FL last week, awarded new products
in 9 categories: Aquatics, Bird, Boutique, Cat, Dog, Natural Pet,
Reptile, Small Animal, and Point of Purchase. Yes, you can say 'so
what,' but wait until you see these innovative and impressive products!

Posted March 1, 2012 by Lady Bee

Next week is Poison Prevention Week, and for the occasion, Embrace Pet Insurance
has gone into its claims data base to see what main culprits were
poisoning dogs and cats in 2011.  You probably already know how
seriously ill pets can become from chocolate, but the other 19 of the
top 20 pet poisons may surprise you.

Posted March 1, 2012 by Lady Bee

Frankly, I can't get to all of my dog's teeth before he starts
just chewing on his toothbrush.  And my cat!  Forget it! She knows by
the look on my face, that I'm coming for her and she hides, and fast. I
don't even know where she goes.  So, what's a mother to do?

Posted February 28, 2012 by Lady Bee

Employee benefits matter.  Not only financially, but in terms of loyalty.  Smart companies know this and try to retain good workers by enticing benefits - like pet health insurance, for example!

Posted February 27, 2012 by Lady Luck

Dogs go after cats, wolves go after sheep, and puppies go after kittens--or so they say. These groups of animals don't normally get along, but that doesn't mean they won't make a fun pair of mittens.