I hope you learn something useful and take action ASAP. Keep your furry family members safe!
This week I took our cat Borgia to Frontier Veterinary Hospital for a recheck appointment. Her mouth looked great after having some dental work done a couple months ago.
While chatting with our awesome vet Dr. Palmer, she mentioned watching a video of a dog drinking in super slow motion. I was eager to see this video so I tracked it down and wanted to share it with you.
Now that I’ve seen a dog drinking, what about a cat?
Internet wins! Youtube sucked me into watching more slow-motion animal videos.
I have been guilty of giving humans the “wait” hand signal that I give our dogs. I’ve also playfully given my husband the “leave it” command when he was going to steal food from my plate.
We are enjoying our summer so far, and hope you are doing the same. It’s time to get back to working on my blog, so I thought I’d share something super cute with you.
Just once, I want to raise a Golden Retriever puppy! I love my rescue dogs, but I want to see what kind of adult dog I get when I raise a puppy appropriately.
I stumbled across this and had to share it! If I had something like this in my house, I wouldn’t want the cats using and possibly destroying it.
Here’s a silly little video of Rusty repeatedly smacking Marley on the head. I wish I knew what motivated Rusty to do this…and why Marley stayed there taking it (for at least a full minute that wasn’t captured on video).
Do your dogs do this? Rusty and Marley didn’t play much together, so any intentional interaction between them was something to stop and watch.