A tired dog is a good dog is the first thing most dog trainers will tell you. We all know the importance of a physical exercise in humans and our furry friends. However, some days that outside play time just isn’t going to happen. Penny, the Pet’s I’ve Met spokesdog, is a total diva very… Continue reading Hide-And-Seek: Mental & Physical Exercise For Your Pup!
The following is from good friend and author Samuel Jaye Tanner. Check out Sam's blog and buy his books (he will say please buy his books) from Amazon! Warning: This blog does contain some adult language, if there are children reading the Pets I've Met blog! Author's Note: This first appeared on my personal blog… Continue reading Saturday Essay: A letter to my euthanized cat
The Pets I’ve Met Team sat down with Maddy to learn about her experience with her rescue pup, Rosie. Maddy is a wildlife biologist who works with endangered reptiles and amphibians. Rosie is a rescue pup who found Maddy when she was 2 or 3 years old. Maddy and Rosie have been living and learning… Continue reading Q&A with Dog-Mom Maddy: Experience Training a Reactive Dog
With Easter around the corner, we spoke with bunny-mom & expert, Alexandra Paul. Alex lives in Newport Beach, CA with her husband, Alex, her bunny, Zoey, and her human baby. Alex loves advocating for animal rights and trying to decide if her baby or bunny are cuter. She is our go-to expert on all things… Continue reading 7 Signs You Have a House Bunny
One of the first questions new dog-owners Google is, "How do I house-train my dog?" There are a ton of articles posted all over the internet saying this way and that way. The Pets I've Met team decided to ask Pet Fanatic and Foster Extraordinaire, Jeannette Macaluso. You may remember Jeannette from her post on dining… Continue reading 10 Tips for House Training Your Pup
The following blog post was submitted by an expert dog mom, volunteer, foster and adoption counselor, Tess Crossen. Tess wanted to share with us the love she has found in adopting senior dogs. She hopes that her stories will help potential adopters consider adult and senior dogs since those little love bugs have a lot… Continue reading Saturday Essay: A Shout Out to the Senior Dogs I Can’t Get out of My Head or My Heart
A few weeks ago we told you about our friend Lyndsey and her sweet and very silly cat Lilly. Well... now we have her adorably goofy big brother, Boone. Lyndsey adopted Boone when he was one. He was adorable and sweet but also a total handful. The thing to know about Boone is that he… Continue reading Pet Faux Paws — Boone’s Escape!