Go Exercise!

  Need an exercise partner? Look no further than your owned four-legged buddy! Exercising isn't only beneficial your own health, but it's also beneficial for your dog's health too. If you don't have a dog, your local animal shelters or rescue organizations could always use a dog walker. In a recent survey conducted by Michigan … Continue reading Go Exercise!


Bark My Vote

If you're like me, you're counting down the days until Election Day. I'm tired of hearing about the latest Clinton or Trump drama. While flying to Atlanta on Thursday, I was able to watch Fox News (Thanks, Delta!), and I caught this segment called Bark My Vote that invites dogs to choose the next president. Considering the leading … Continue reading Bark My Vote

10 Reasons to Adopt an Adult Cat

I recently sat down with Ruth Chiasson from HOPE for Animals, a 501c3 non-profit, no-kill animal rescue and adoption agency. She handed me a pamphlet with a wonderful list discussing 10 reasons to adopt an adult cat. If you've kept up with my blog, you've probably noticed that I haven't mentioned anything about cats. To be honest, I … Continue reading 10 Reasons to Adopt an Adult Cat

The Dog I Never Wanted But Love Anyway

My previous blog dealt with stress-free evacuation with pets. One of my dogs, an AKC Chocolate Lab, was six months old when Hurricane Katrina ravaged the Gulf Coast and south Louisiana in 2005. The puppy lived in the 9th Ward of New Orleans, which was an area hit incredibly hard. The family evacuated with the … Continue reading The Dog I Never Wanted But Love Anyway

Be Prepared!

The recent flooding disaster in neighboring parishes has been described as "epic" and "horrific" because of the amount of property that was destroyed and the number of families displaced. In the wake of the aftermath, the Lafourche Parish Animal Shelter took in 21 dogs from a shelter in Ascension Parish. The dogs brought to Thibodaux were … Continue reading Be Prepared!