Pet cremation has become very popular as our pets become a bigger, more important part of our family. But what are some of the details in pet cremation? At Live Oak Pet Services, we help vet clinics as well as individual pet owners. For pets that pass at home, Live Oak is available to arrange a home pickup. Most pet owners go to […]
By Last Wishes
Give the gift of knowledge this holiday season! Take time to learn how to care for yourself and your pets the natural way, with holistic remedies. It all starts with YOU! As they say, you can’t take care of others until you have taken care of yourself first, and we all want the best for […]
Read “Remembering Remy” by Michelle Mantor in the October issue of Houston PetTalk. Here is her memorial video.
Stitch – Lost on November 5, 2010 Stitch is a 7 year old male white Maltese who was lost at Richmond and Dunvale on November 5, 2010. Stitch has a microchip (number 981010001409332) and is current on his rabies vaccination (number 326958). He requires medication. Stitch’s owner is offering a reward for his safe return. […]
Xylitol is a common sugar substitute (also known as sugar alcohol) used in a wide variety of items these days. It seems to be everywhere: in sugarless gum, toothpaste, pharmaceuticals, vitamins, candy, baked goods, mints, and even puddings. While harmless to humans, it can be lethal to dogs. Once ingested, there is a window of […]
Houston’s own, Catherine Dalrymple, founder of Paws Memorial Service, proves her dedication to the pet world and aiding those left behind by a beloved pet by becoming a founding member of the PLPA. More than 70 pet loss professionals gathered in March for the First Annual Conference of the newly formed Pet Loss Professionals Alliance (PLPA).
Hope you had a great holiday. Today I’d like to build on what I talked about last week. Last time we focused on the power of the spoken word. Now I’d like to talk to you about the power of the unspoken word. Yes, I’m talking about talking to your animal on a telepathic level. […]
Have you ever thought about what would happen to your pet if you died first? Who would be there to provide food, shelter, comfort and love? How would a prospective caregiver know about your pet’s needs, such as medication or a special diet? What are some of the options available to plan for your pet’s […]