Adding a puppy to your household is both rewarding and exhausting. Along with training your puppy it’s important to make sure they’re socializing well, and of course, getting good nutrition. Kelli chats with Susan Frank, the host of Raising Your Paws podcast.
Nutrisource Pet Food
Elizabeth got some advice on pet adoption from our friends at NutriSource. Here are two things to do with newly adopted pets from Raising Your Paws.
If you have had an adopted dog or cat for a while, and are having some behavior or training problems, there is an organization that can help. They have training programs for dogs, cats and...
We celebrate National Dog Day with some pics of cute puppies and information on adopting with Secondhand Hounds!
Due to the pandemic, more people than ever have stepped up and adopted pets during this time. Kelli talked to the founder of animal rescue Secondhand Hounds about the increase and how their social media accounts has helped them adopt out hundreds of pets.
If you’re interested in learning more about adopting from Secondhand Hounds, click...
According to the National Fire Protection Association, nearly 1,000 home fires each year are started by family pets. Practicing simple safety tips can make a big impact in protecting your family and your pet.
Keep alarms current:Smoke and carbon monoxide alarms must be replaced after 10 years. In addition to testing...
Owner of Golden Fig Fine Foods, Laurie Crowell, stopped by with recipes for homemade dog treats and information on the Paws on Grand event.
Peanut Butter Banana Freeze
4 ripe bananas
1/2 C creamy peanut butter
1/2 C plain yogurt
Coconut water to thin
Place bananas, peanut butter and yogurt in a blender. Turn on and drizzle in coconut...
Pet adoptions are on the rise across the country. With dog ownership, comes dog grooming and that could be a little tricky these days. Julie McMullen, the general manager from Bubbly Paws joins us with some tricks that will make grooming at home a bit easier.
Vet healthcare is considered an essential service and pet clinics are still open. However, the visits are looking a lot different these days. Dr. Jen Seidl, a vet from Grand Avenue Veterinary Center explains how they’re treating their furry patients.
With many of us working at home it’s likely that you getting use to the video conferencing taking place. One thing you didn’t take into account? Keeping your dog busy while you’re busy. Kelli chats with the owner of the doggy day care, Camp Bow Wow, for ideas.
Pet Expert Katie K9 stopped by with our Pet of the Month, Jackpot from Top Dog Foundation.
Interested in adopting Jackpot? Click here!
Listen to Katie K9 on MyTalk 107.1 from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m on Sundays.