Saturday, March 24, 2012
Heartgard has just bought out this app which allows you to schedule when your next dose is available and when it is time to restock it. All you need to do is put in when you give your dog the Heartgard and it will set a reminder for each time it is due in the future. This will be a very handy app for a lot of people, including me. This app is available for iPhones, iPod touch and iPads. It requires iOS 3.0 or later to run. This app can be found at the itunes store here at Heartgard (ivermectin) Dose Reminder App.
Sunday, March 11, 2012
It never ceases to amaze me how smart dogs are! And they really know how to put a smile on your dial and this video does just that. In this video there is a Golden Retriever named Grace and its owner tells her to clean the house and then Grace frantically runs picking up her toys and dropping them into the basket. I don't know how long it would of taken to teach her this dog trick but it is pretty cool.
Saturday, March 10, 2012
The numbers are in for amount of money spent on pets in the America for 2011 and they are higher than ever before. In 2011 pet owners spend a $50.96 billion on their pets, which is the most every spent on pets in a year for the United States. This makes sense as there are more people and pets then every before, but also people are taking better care of there pets, which means spending more money on them.
The area that got the biggest boost by 7.9% was for services which include kennels, pet hotels, pet sitting, day care, boarding and grooming. Pet food and vet costs have the biggest share taking 65% of the $50.96 billion spent.
To read more you can at Thetandd.com Pet Ownership Responsibility Has Not Changed. In this article is also discusses the importance of making sure you are ready for a pet and outlines 10 questions by the Humane Society that you should ask yourself before making the decision to own a pet.
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
This video is great! It shows a pet parrot feeding noodles to a dog. Seeing the person filming isn't worried, I would say this kind of thing is pretty common in this house hold. I find it amazing how well they get along and have never really seen anything like this before.