Training Tricks from a Non-Trainer

I may not be a dog trainer, but I’ve learned a thing or two over the MANY years of fostering! So today I wanted to share a few of my favorite products that have helped me with my dogs! Please watch below!

Dog Walking in the Dark? That’s SOOO last year!

“All the leaves are turning brown and the sky is gray…”

Well … that might be a little dramatic BUT it is starting to get darker earlier and that means those nighttime walks require a little extra help!

Have no fear, I’ve found a few favorite products to help keep you AND your four-legged family member safe!

Watch below to see!

Muttville Senior Dog Rescue finds a win-win with their “Senior Cuddle Clubs!”

PACT For Animals: Helping Military and Pets Stay Together

Imagine this…you get the call to serve our Country and you then realize you don’t have anyone or anywhere for your beloved pet to go? It’s a sad reality for thousands of our Military hero’s, who feel there’s no other option than to bring their four-legged family members to a local shelter.

That’s where PACT For Animals comes in. PACT is a non-profit organization that helps find temporary foster homes for pets whose parents are deployed or sent to Military training.

Since 2011, they’ve helped almost 1,000 animals stay safe and out of the shelter system. In turn, they’ve helped hundreds of service members have peace of mind while away fighting for our freedom.

For more information, please watch below.

Happy Tail: Sampson and Delilah

Sometimes it takes an extra push, but the right Adoption Ever After is ALWAYS worth it!!! Please watch below to see the heartwarming adoption of Samson and Delilah, the senior floofballs!

Adoption Recap & Bissell Blocktail Party!

Water Safety for Pets

Summertime conjures visions of lounging by the pool or boating in the lake…and why wouldn’t you want your furbabies to join in the fun?

BUT before you bring your pups out to the water, make sure to think about safety!

Please watch below for some great products and tips every pet parent should know!