An increasing number of pet parents regard their pets as “members of the family,” and they’re providing the best nutrition, exercise and veterinary care possible. And the reward is awesome – our senior pets are living longer. This, however, brings challenges and more pronounced age-related health issues.
Having been watching this mammoth construction project for six months now, we know things are about to move forward fairly rapidly at Madison Yards. Perhaps the largest, most extensive redevelopment in Southeast Atlanta, we now see walls rising from the dirt – and we didn’t just days ago.
This is direct from the “Say It Ain’t So” Dept.! Yep, our pets hate Halloween. They don’t understand it. They don’t know why so many strangers are coming and going. And, while we like to scare people on Halloween, our pets are also extremely fearful on Halloween.
Construction Update! As parking decks and buildings rise floor by floor around our future home at Madison Yards, final digging is underway for Lucky & Lady®. And it’s becoming very precise. Our “shell” is just five and a half months away and we couldn’t be more excited.Fetch More
It’s almost unbelievable. A dog – not a person – is worth $375 million. You read that right. Gunther IV tops the list of the wealthiest pets in the world. Call it outlandish or a testament to our true love for our pets, this mind-blowing list is full of caviar, Cartier and, of course, Taylor Swift.
Pet obesity in the U.S. increased last year, affecting 60% of cats and 56% of dogs, according to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention (APOP). In its tenth annual survey, pet parents and veterinary professionals were questioned about pet obesity, diet and nutrition, and sources of pet food advice. While no one is on the…Fetch More