Here we are, once again nearing the end of another month.  If it's spring where you are, I hope you are enjoying the nice weather as much as we have been.

Speaking of spring, the theme of April's Pet Treater box was Spring into Action!  We got another box packed full of fun stuff - read on to see what was in our April box... ...continue reading "April 2017 Pet Treater Review"

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I've mentioned at least a few times now that, since the weather here has been getting nicer, I've been spending a lot more time playing with the boys at the park.  One day in particular last week I walked Kit to the beach, via a path that was bordered by lots of fresh green grass, and all Kit wanted to do was graze!  ...continue reading "Why Do Dogs Eat Grass?"

Last month was our first reviewing the Mini Monthly Dog Box of Awesome!  This newer pet subscription "box", box in quotes because it has been coming to us in a mailer bag rather than a box, may contain less items than most pet subscription boxes, but it comes at an incredible price! ...continue reading "April 2017 Mini Monthly Dog Box of Awesome"

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Back in February I posted a video of my rabbit, Barnaby, begging for then eating his morning 'cookie'.  I had planned on eventually writing a bit more about why I started this ritual with Barnaby.  Here's a hint, it's not just because Barnaby loves cookies!  ...continue reading "The Rabbit Treat Test"

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The Paw Pack and I were extremely honored to have recently been named one of the top 100 pet websites/blogs for pet lovers by Feedspot.  In case you want to look for us, we're currently listed at number 58.  The top 100 are indexed based on search and social media metrics, so that number is subject to change.  If you have some free time stop by Feedspot's site.  Fans of our site are bound to enjoy some of the other awesome pet sites featured on the list! ...continue reading "Paw Print Named One of the Top 100 Pet Websites (& Dog Pic Spam)"

Happy April!  Hopefully everyone survived April fools day unscathed.  I'm not really a big fan of April fools day to be honest, so other than dealing with the pets' typical mischievousness there weren't any pranks played in the Paw Pack house.

Hopefully you guys will tell me if you start getting sick of my pet subscription box reviews.  We've been doing 3 of them a month the past couple of months which I know is a lot, but the reviews continue to get a lot of views so hopefully that means that at least some of you are finding them useful. ...continue reading "April 2017 Pooch Perks Review & Coupon Code"

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Most veterinarians will recommend, to reduce the chances of your pet becoming sick from parasite borne diseases, that pet owners use flea and tick preventatives on their pets. Usually this means using a monthly topical flea/tick preventative. These topical treatments are usually applied to the pets' skin at the back of the neck or between the shoulder blades. Once applied, the animals' oil glands soak up the medication and spread it all over the surface of the pets skin. When a flea or tick goes to bite your pet, they are exposed to the preventative on the pets skin and usually killed or repelled. ...continue reading "Alternatives to Traditional Chemical Flea and Tick Prevention"