Natural Treatments & Herbal Remedies For Pets, Do's and Don't's

SitStay Blog Natural Treatments & Herbal Remedies For Pets, Do's and Don't's

Many of us are traveling down a much healthier, more organic, path these days focusing on herbal remedies and natural treatments that are not full of...

How To Help Your Dog's Skin Allergies

how to help dog skin allergies

Dog skin allergies are a lot more common than one would think. Fortunately for you and Fido, most are easily manageable and treatable. As always, it’s important to...

New Leash Walking Trick By Emily Larlham

Does your dog pull ahead after you reward them for heeling? Try this trick from Emily Larlham!

5 Ways You Can Help Shelter Animals Without Adopting

Like many animal lovers, you probably want to do more for the animals in your local shelter, but this may not be easy. Adopting one may be out of the question because of your personal circumstances. Even so, you can...

Meet Mr. Omega 3 and Miss Omega 6

Once upon a time there were two fatty acids, Miss Omega 3 and Mr. Omega 6. They traveled near and far in all sorts of ingredients and product formulations searching for true love.

Holiday "No-No's" for Fido

Food around the holidays is the FIRST thing on everyone's mind. A very close second on your mind should be food safety! Especially when your four-legged family members have joined the party.

Wag Your Tail Spotlight - Featuring Midnight

My dogs name is Midnight and she is 11 years old. She is presently in training as a mobility dog to assist me with my balance as I tend to fall easily even though I wear a brace on one...

Keeping a Slim Figure for You and Your Pup through the Holidays

It is especially important to be wary of the furry, four-legged family members because even small changes in weight have a larger impact on them.

Wag Your Tail Spotlight - Featuring Flokie

Flokie was born on July 14, 2016.
He is a Blue Heeler also known as an Australian Cattle Dog. He lives in Jacksonville Fl.

How Service Dogs Help Treat Depression & Anxiety

Service dogs are some of humanity's most important partners in their fight against depression and anxiety. These dogs are trained to be reliable companions who can spot signs of difficulty when they arise.