Grand Re-opening & Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for White Rock Lake Dog Park

Grand Re-opening & Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for White Rock Lake Dog Park Pets welcome White Rock Lake Dog Park Saturday, May 30, 2015 10AM until Noon 8000 Mockingbird Lane, Dallas, TX 75218

Seahorses and Pipefish: Cousins of the Reef

by Susan Spann Most people recognize seahorses at once, almost instinctively. Their distinctive bodies and curled-up tails are familiar even to those who have never seen one in an aquarium or the wild. Pipefish are more unusual, and far less [...]

Bumblebees of the Sea

by Susan Spann I’m not only a mystery writer and ninja enthusiast–I’m also an avid aquarium keeper. As such, I often have the chance to share some things most people never see. In the coming weeks, my Saturday posts will sometimes [...]

Easter Lilies Are Poison to Pets!

The gorgeous lily makes its appearance each year, decorating church, home, and garden. I can’t have them in my house, though. I won’t to risk having an Easter lily anywhere near my cat Seren. For cats, the fragrant blooms can mean death. Many [...]

How to Brush Dogs Teeth

Do you brush your dog’s teeth? Does he have breath that’d knock over a moose? How do you manage Poochie’s dental care? Pungent pet breath goes beyond offending house guests; it signals the beginning of dental disease that’s [...]

How Cats Read

I have a new project. In an effort to streamline my work schedule and give myself more leisure time, I’ve decided to capitalize on Seren-Kitty’s ability to read and write. All cats know how to read. They simply sit on the page (or [...]

Valentines Day for Pets

Magic runs to me with his ears down and tail a-wag, wanting attention. He rolls on his back for a tummy rub or brings me a treasured toy to share. How do your dogs show love…or do they? Dogs have well-known reputations as loyal, loving [...]

Curing Kitty Colds

Has the recent outbreak of flu, sinus infections and general creeping-crud attacked you this season? When I visited family over Christmas, one person was just getting over the flu, and two more came down with it while there, and a fourth got [...]

Newborn Puppy Development

What better time to revisit new puppy care and info (not to mention SQUEEE! cute pix!) than the New Year. Some of y’all know that I also write lots of puppy-licious content as the Puppies Guide site owner, and so I wanted to share some [...]

Newborn Kitten Development

Did you get a kitten over the holidays? Or maybe you rescued a bottle-baby orphan or are fostering a kitten for your local pet rescue. Here are a few things to keep in mind, but you’ll find a lot more detail in the kitten book, of course. When [...]