Travel Animal Doctor: 3 St. Patty’s Day Tips

Travel Animal Doctor: 3 St. Patty’s Day Tips

The director here at Travel Animal Doctor wants to wish you a safe and Happy St. Patty’s Day! 1. No green beer for Lucky. Even a small amount of beer can be toxic to your dog or cat. 2. Give a Greenies or a Natural Balance dental stick to celebrate the Luck of the Irish and to keep your dog’s mouth fresh and clean this St. Patty’s Day! 3. Make sure Lucky is wearing green to avoid those pinches (or don’t and pinch/tickle away!). Either way Lucky will love the attention! May the luck of the Irish be with you! – Travel Animal Doctor Share this:PrintEmailLike this:Like...
Travel Animal Doctor: The Many Faces of Jade

Travel Animal Doctor: The Many Faces of Jade

Here are seven of the many faces of Jade. – Travel Animal Doctor Does your dog recycle the use of the same facial expressions? Unless Jade is on a walk, her facial expressions stay pretty close to one of these seven varieties. Here is a little ditty that I made up to go with Jade’s faces. Warning: I’m not a professional at poetry. The last time I took a poetry class was ten years ago in high school. But while I am not a poet, I am attempting this poem because this is just what Jade does to me. πŸ˜‰ Here’s to me trying for art’s sake. I hope this brightens your day. Pets have that magical ability to turn a gloomy day into a happy one. Enjoy the many faces of Jade! – Travel Animal Doctor Share this:PrintEmailLike this:Like...
Travel Animal Doctor: Humane Society Dog Walker

Travel Animal Doctor: Humane Society Dog Walker

Here at Travel Animal Doctor, we believe that humane society dog walkers are heroes from the dog’s point of view. Lottery winner, me?!?! How could I be so lucky?!?!?! I must have had good karma! They made a believer out of me! Prison I sat in my personal prison staring around me in disbelief. Surrounding me were friends, strangers and family yet I still felt so alone. Funny looking hairless creatures let me outside to a cement area sometimes and from there I can see the sun. Oh they looked so funny and acted funny too. These hairless creatures trip over hoses that they spray my home down with. You know how I said they were hairless? Hair Some had hair but they were in ridiculous places like on the very top of the head, above their upper lip, and on their chin. Why would they want to keep their chin and upper lip warm? It’s no wonder they wore those funny garments. Β They must be cold with no hair. I am very blessed to have a full fur coat that keeps me warm. I especially like the one creature with long hair on her head. It is normally tied back to the back of the head so that it can’t escape. I have been tied back like that too in my lifetime. I know the feeling, poor hair. This creature smells like wet versions of my neighbors and the strangers from across the room. She trips over that hose all the time. I like her because she feeds me and let’s me go out to see the sun....
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