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Whether you’re tidying up for holiday house guests, are hosting dinner or Christmas events, or are still perfecting your seasonal decor, hopefully these will help save you time and keep the season stress-free.
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Congratulations! You survived arguably one of the busiest times of the year – the winter holidays. The visitors have come and gone, and now it’s time to get our house clean and back to normal. While the entertaining may be over, the cleaning is not – is it really ever? Call us crazy, but this post-holiday cleaning is actually one of our favorites. That’s because we’re not doing these chores for anyone but ourselves. When deciding what to clean after the holidays, there’s no wrong answer. In fact, there’s a lot of right answers since everything can be cleaned! Your best bet is to create your own after holiday cleaning checklist using our tips below for inspiration.
Memorial Weekend marks the start of summer. The weather is warm, the plants are in full bloom, pools are opening, and everyone wants to be outside. Don’t let your kick off to summer be ruined by stains and spills around your house. With people running in and out, it’s inevitable that stains will happen, but we have a great solution.
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Getting your house clean for the Holidays can seem like an overwhelming task. And it can feel like a waste of time. You get it all clean so that a day later it can be destroyed by guests. Don’t let cleaning the house (before and after the parties) ruin your Holiday spirit. Here are some tips to tackle the mess and keep it clean this Holiday season.
What’s my number one ground rule of holiday travel with pets? The person who owns the ground makes the rules.
Summer is just around the corner and my dog, Chilly, and I can’t wait! Every year, we look forward to spending more time outside, whether it’s lounging on the patio or taking a stroll along the beach. My cats, Turtle and Olivia, also love the longer days and stake their claim to the best sun puddles in the house. Unfortunately, this sunny season also brings potentially serious health hazards for both felines and canines. But by taking just a few simple preventative measures, everyone can safely soak up the dog days of summer. Please note, pet owners should visit or call their veterinarian immediately if they have concerns about a pet’s condition. Additionally, I am not certified as a veterinarian so all of the tips below are based on my personal experience.
Pets are good for your health - it’s that simple. They make us feel better. So are pets the new fountain of youth, the newest weight-loss craze or a health gimmick? Could pets be the newest vitamin, supplement or prescription to improve your health and your quality of life?
I am probably not the best pet expert to ask about my opinion on feeding raw food diets to dogs. I personally subscribe to the philosophy that you should feed your dog (or cat) the best quality food you can reasonably afford. If that means a raw food diet for you, I say fine, just be sure you fully educate yourself with reputable resources on raw diets and discuss it with your veterinarian.
This is definitely a veterinary question, so I recommend you schedule an appointment as soon as possible to discuss what could be going on with your pup’s ears. Labradors are one of the breeds that are prone to ear infections. In severe cases, they can lose their hearing if it goes untreated for too long. Keep in mind, if there is odor, there is likely still an infection and your dog could be experiencing pain as well.
It should come as no surprise to pet lovers that our furry friends are dependent on us when it comes to wellness and health care. A word to the wise: You will be best prepared to keep your beloved friend in optimum health if you build a relationship with a trusted family veterinarian and keep up with regular wellness and medical exams, vaccines and preventative care.