A Guide to Camping with Dogs in Oregon: 5 Camp Sites to Explore
It’s so fun to have your dog join a camping trip. But it would help if you consider where you’re going and the park’s rules. Call ahead with questions and ask about reservations. Finally, it’s always important to start organizing your trip early. If you’ve never gone camping with dogs before, you may consider camping…Read More
Avian Influenza: How can you best defend your flock?
You’ve heard of avian influenza and its impact on chicken keepers. Over 36 million birds have been affected. There is now one case in both Oregon and Washington. Most of the west coast has very few cases of avian influenza recorded, but there are many avian influenza cases in commercial and backyard flocks elsewhere. Wild…Read More
A Catio Makes Every Season More Enjoyable For Your Cat
Do you know about catios? You need one! What is a catio? This cat wants one! A cat enclosure or ‘cat patio’ provides feline safety and enrichment outdoors. A staycation for cats! Catios will allow your cat to live their best life. Since it’s a natural instinct for a cat to hunt and spend time…Read More
What to do with baby wildlife found in your backyard?
Or near your house or in a nearby green space? What if a baby animal is in your yard and is injured or orphaned? Or what if a bird shows up and lays eggs in your hanging basket? There are some rules and tips so you can decide what action to take if this happens.…Read More
Flea and Tick Prevention for Dogs and Cats
Five Ways to Get Rid of Fleas and Ticks on Pets Naturally Dogs and cats may benefit from a natural or more holistic approach to flea and tick prevention when the weather gets warmer. Many flea and tick products are dangerous. April is the prevention of Lyme disease month, and ticks carry Lyme! If your…Read More
Pet Food Recall – Top Five Reasons
Pet parents need to know the top reasons for a pet food recall. Many issues include low-quality ingredients, contamination, and mold issues. Why are pet foods recalled? There are five different reasons for a pet food recall. Unfortunately, many pet parents may not realize their animal is sick from eating a particular food or diet…Read More
Does a Raw Diet Make Sense for Your Dog?
The pet food industry continues to follow the latest trends and hopes to influence pet parents to buy certain brands. There have been so many food recalls over the past few years it’s now more important than ever to stay on top of what your dogs eat! Consider raw diets for dogs. What should you…Read More
How to Care for Senior Pets
Read these 13 Tips We all know raising puppies is hard work! Yet taking care of senior dogs is even more challenging. If you have ever lived with a senior animal, then you know what I am talking about. Your dogs may have a few new medications or may need extra help getting onto…Read More
COVID-Safe Holiday Pet Photos with Santa
What: Covid-safe Santa photos, a virtual event to benefit The Pongo Fund, and Brown Hope. Start getting your pets ready for this year’s COVID-friendly photos with Santa. Our event will look a little different this year as we are going virtual rather than in-person to keep you, Santa, and their elves healthy and safe. Our…Read More
Fang! Pet & Garden Supply Fall Fest 2020 October 16 – 18
Join us for pumpkins, gords, and an online costume contest! This year’s celebration may look a little different and masks are required yet we’re celebrating for three days vs. just one. The event’s raffle proceeds will benefit Mudbone Grown. Mudbone Grown is a black-owned farm enterprise that promotes inter-generational community-based farming that creates measurable and…Read More