Our pets are exposed to the same harmful toxins as we are, day in day out. In addition, they are also exposed to substances that don’t pose a threat to us but can be toxic and harmful to their system. One of the keys to managing epilepsy, both in humans and in dogs, is limiting […]
During the course of winter, I grew tired of the small and flimsy plastic containers of cat grass you buy at pet stores: the easily tip over, quickly dry out and have to be replaced quite often. In the spring, I decided to put my gardening skills to test and bought the biggest planter I […]
Both cats love sleeping in Rocco’s toy basket. Even with the toys flying around him, Vasco didn’t even flinch – they definitely don’t take the dog seriously.
Ever since Rocco was diagnosed with Canine Epilepsy, we’ve been fretting over him. Our focus was on controlling his symptoms, getting him quality vet care and learning about his condition. Couple of months have already passed and we’ve eased into the reality of living with an Epi-dog. The kitties had been very patient in the […]