I don't know how many people who don't know me in person will remember BerryMelon (aka Berry). She passed away on June 15th, 2012, so just over 5 years ago now. I adopted her as an adult back in 2009, around a year before I started this site.
For those who never knew her while she was alive, Berry was an amazing broken black and white Holland lop rabbit. She was around 4 lbs, and was incredibly sweet. Berry was the firsts female rabbit I ever owned. ...continue reading "Remembering BerryMelon"
Easter can be a lot of fun, but can also present some dangers to our furry friends. Here are a few holiday safety tips, to ensure that every member of your family, even the ones with paws, enjoy this spring holiday! ...continue reading "Pet Easter Safety"
Millions of homeless pets are euthanized in animal shelters each year. One sure way to make sure that your beloved pets do not contribute to this tragic number is to get them spayed or neutered. However, depending on where you live and what type of pet you have the surgery to have your pet fixed can be quite expensive. Luckily, there are a number of different programs that offer lower cost spaying or neutering services. ...continue reading "Low Cost Spay and Neuter Programs"
Happy happy March!
It feels like it wasn't long ago at all that we were celebrating the winter holidays, and now we're already two months into the new year. Crazies.
This is my first post from my new computer! It took me a few days to get it set up so that I could start using it for work and to blog. After using an old hand me down desktop computer for 8 (!) years it's pretty awesome to have something a bit more up to date. ...continue reading "Happy March!"
I'm alive - Well, for the most part. Around the end of the week last week I started feeling really run down. It had been a pretty busy week, so I originally thought that maybe I had just overdone things a bit. I figured, since the weekend was coming, that I'd have plenty of time to relax and unwind after my busy week. ...continue reading "Of Pets and the Flu"