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Family vacations with pets: pawesome or pawful?

Summer is upon us  and we are planning our summer holidays. We can’t forget our pets when planning our summer holidays! What shall we do with them? Better to take

Using a Pet App to Control Your Pet’s Weight Sounds… Pawesome!

It’s not news to anyone that pets in developed countries like the US are putting on a few extra pounds. Pet obesity in the U.S. continued to steadily increase in

How to Help Your Dog Lose Weight

A survey conducted by the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, more than 50% of the cat and dog population is overweight or obese. What is worse, is that these overweight

Kiron’s Method – Equine Assisted Therapy

Anyone who has daily contact with pets doesn’t need any kind of scientific study as proof for their ability to become our therapists.However, something is missing, as Renée Lubersac (founder

Bark Raving Mad Over the 4th of July?

How to get through the festivities without pupsetting the puppers Any real American knows that with the 4th of July, celebration is upon us. Independence day is what being American

Can cats actually hold the key to solving our anxiety?

  23.06.2017   Cats, Pets in society   1 Comment

If you’re a tried-and-true cat lover or are a little bit skeptical about how a cat could help your mental health, here are some benefits of incorporating a cat into

Equine – Assisted Psychotherapy

The notion that contact with animals has several benefits for human beings is becoming widespread. When used as therapy,it can take several forms: physical, cognitive and even social and emotional.

It’s True: Pets can Reduce Stress!

What can one say? I’m sure everyone heard about the benefits pets have on human’s health. Pets have an important role on wellbeing, from reducing blood pressure, the risk of

Story of Our Dog Called White

When we were young, my father took my brother to a kennel. They went on a mission to rescue a Dog, since that had always been our biggest dream! We

My Dog is my Therapist

Did you know that just by being next to your pets your cortisol levels (stress hormone) can decrease – reducing your anxiety and stress? And that the presence of animals,