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Mary Simpson

Sharing space with three seriously judgy Schnoodles and a feline who prefers to be left alone. #LivingMyBestLife
Can Shock Collars Damage a Dog’s Vocal Cords?

With so many pet owners now working from home and trying to focus on reading reports, creating presentations and conducting professional-quality meetings via Zoom, that incessant barking from Rover may well have begun to deep-six your productivity levels. Am I right?

Breast Cancer in Pets: Causes and Treatments

I discovered the lump while playing with my newly adopted feline, Maude. A much-enjoyed belly rub was how I first felt the mass and because I had been through it all before – twice, in fact - my heart sank.

How Do I Know When Walks Are Too Much for My Senior Dog?

Big or small, all dogs love to get out for a good walk each day. And if your favorite route is one designed to challenge your pooch and offer him a rigorous workout, you may be finding that as he ages, his spirit is willing, but his body is slowing him down.

How to Train Your Pet to Be a Visiting Therapy Dog

How To Train a Search and Rescue Dog

How to Train Your Dog to Leave the Cat Alone

Your dog just won't give your cat a moment of peace. Here's how to train your dog to leave your cat alone.

How to Train a Deaf Dog

How to Train a Blind Dog

How To Train a Dog With High Prey Drive

When You Should Start Training Your Rescue Dog

Congrats on your new family member! Once your rescue dog is settled in, how soon can you start training him?

How Long Should It Take to Train Your Dog the 5 Basic Commands?

Does your dog know the five basic commands? We're going to go over how long it should take to train your dog.

Nail Clipping Versus Grinding – Which is Best and How Do You Choose?

If you’re like many pet owners, you probably assume that regular daily walks are sufficient to help wear your pet’s nails down to a naturally ideal length. But you’d be wrong. While walking on hard surfaces does help, it’s not enough to maintain a healthy length.