May 23, 2019
What is a tick? The tick is part of the arachnid family and therefore more closely related to spiders and scorpions than to fleas. Ticks survive and thrive at extreme temperatures (meaning your dog can get ticks all year round). They live up to a year without feeding, are unaffected by the application of even…
April 20, 2019
Happy Spring pet lovers! Now that winter has loosened its icy grip on us here in New Hampshire, our thoughts turn to the first warm season holidays, Easter and Passover. This is a perfect time to talk about the potential hazards that can happen with pets during these celebrations. During the Passover Celebration, the biggest…
April 4, 2019
If your puppy is treating you like a chew toy then tune in to this episode of Puppy Lunch & Learn. Carly Vokey of Carly Vokey Positive Dog Training talks about how to identify 3 types of biting behavior as well as how to correct. She also answers numerous questions from viewers of our live broadcast….
March 15, 2019
At It Takes a Village Pet Care, we see an uptick in puppy care requests starting in March. In spring, the weather is better for house training. Adding a new furry addition to your family is always an exciting time. Whether a puppy or older dog, consider throwing a Puppy Shower. According to Little Pampered…
March 6, 2019
Currently there are no industry regulations, and anyone can become a pet sitter. Your kids, the next-door neighbor, a housekeeper or the babysitter can let your dog out to potty or feed your cat. However, all pet sitters are not created equal. There are many differences between a pet sitter and a professional pet sitter….