Guinness (Guinea Pigs, or Pigs for short) and Suvi are enjoying their
Celebrate PAWS bumper stickers. Pigs likes his a bit more than Suvi,
but that's ok, they both support the cause!
Olive was just rescued by Donna and Tammy last week in Bethlehem, PA.
Olive will now have the best life ever, and she loves her PAWS flag to
snuggle with in bed. Olive has a lot to celebrate this Christmas!
Chayce, a diehard Phillies fan from Philadelphia, PA, is enjoying her PAWS flag this Christmas! Thank you, Debbie and Paul, for wanting to celebrate Chayce's paws!
There are still a few days left to get your Celebrate PAWS flag
just in time for Christmas and enjoy free shipping on us!
Toys are essential to the well-being of your pet. Toys are useful for a variety of reasons: they can help fight boredom when you’re away at work, they can provide comfort when your pet is nervous, and they can prevent your pet from developing certain behavioral problems, such as chewing on furniture and nipping house guests. While cats can be picky when it comes to choosing a toy, dogs are more than willing to play with most objects.
When choosing a safe toy for your pet, make sure to take into consideration their size, activity level, preferences, and the environment where they spend the most time. One of the first things to remember is to buy toys that are appropriate for your animal’s size. Toys that are too small can easily be swallowed or become stuck in your pet’s throat. Also, avoid or alter any toys that aren’t “dog proof” by removing any strings, ribbons, eyes, or other small parts that can be ingested. It’s important to remember that soft toys are not indestructible, but some are sturdier than others.
Here are some recommended toys for your pet:
Having trouble deciding what pet food is best for your dog/cat? The array of options in the pet food aisle can feel overwhelming when they’re all claiming to be the best on the market for your animal. Follow these tips to make sure you’re choosing something that is healthy, affordable, and animal-approved.
For more information, feel free to click on the links above to
learn more about which pet food is right for your furry friend!
Check out these cute kitties! Mary and Martha from Reading, PA
will soon be enjoying their own Celebration of PAWS Rescue flag!
Looking for tips on how to potty train your dog? We have the answers! According to the American Kennel Club (AKC), there are three tried-and-true methods for training any dog. These include: crate training, frequent trips outdoors, and paper training. Depending on your daily schedule, one of these methods is sure to fit your lifestyle.