“LIFE’S A BARK introduced me to an angle I’d never considered. To see and appreciate what dogs do, think, and feel is one thing. To consider how a person can benefit from doing some of the same is another. An eye-opening and fun approach!” -Dr. Michael Cavanaugh, Executive Director, American Animal Hospital Association
“A FUN BOOK! LIFE’S A BARK captures the spirit of what is fundamentally canine and offers lots of ideas of how we can practically insert what dogs teach us into our lives, no matter what life throws our way.” – Steve Dale, author of Chicago Tribune nationally syndicated column My Pet World and host of
The 3rd week in April in National Pet ID Week. How important is a pet identification and microchip? Not to be overly-dramatic, but having an ID microchip inserted into your pet’s skin could save your pet’s life. Nearly 56% of dogs that go to animal shelters are euthanized, less than 20% are reunited with their
Since April is Pet First Aid Awareness Month, please read this short article and make at least a small commitment to learn something about pet first aid this month (the sooner the better). Every day, pet owners are suddenly faced with saving their pet’s life or caring for ordinary bumps and scrapes.