Is Pet Health Insurance Worth it for Dogs? – Free Video

In this video, I’ll help you decide if pet health insurance is worth it for dogs. We’ll talk about things you should know before buying pet health insurance, and we’ll go over the pros and cons, as well as the cost, to help you decide whether you should purchase pet health insurance for your dog.  Thanks for watching!  Debra

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Is Pet Insurance Worth the Cost?

If you’ve already watched the video above you know that my opinion is yes, pet insurance is worth the cost.  The only circumstance in which I would recommend that someone not purchase health insurance for their pet is if the person is somewhat wealthy and easily able to pay out of pocket for any medical expenses the pet may have – up to and including a serious illness or accident.  But if that’s not the case for you, I strongly recommend getting pet health insurance.

Best Pet Health Insurance

I personally recommend Healthy Paws as my top recommendation, mostly because of their outstanding record of excellent customer service.  PetPlan is also excellent, and I’d consider them my second recommendation for the best pet health insurance.  Click on the links above for each of them to get your free quote.

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If you have had pet health insurance in the past, please comment below to share your experiences.  It will help everyone!

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What Do I Need for a New Kitten? Free Video

In this video, we’ll discuss a checklist of things you’ll need for a new kitten. We’ll cover practical supplies as well as which food to get for your kitten, how to cover vet bills, getting health insurance for your kitten, and kitten training.  Thanks for watching!  Debra 🙂

What Do I Need for a New Kitten?

Preparing for a new kitten involves far more than just purchasing a cat bed and a few kitten toys.  It is essential that you prepare yourself and your home for a lifetime with your kitten, making sure you are meeting all of the kitten’s needs.  You need to educate yourself about cat training.  You need information about which food is best to feed your kitten, and what cats should eat.  You’ll need supplies for basic grooming.  You’ll need to find a local veterinarian and get your kitten established as a patient there.  You need to know which shots a kitten needs, and you should make arrangements to have her/him spayed or neutered.

In the video above, I offer resources for cat training, help with vet bills, where to buy supplies for your kitten inexpensively.  And I offer good, practical advice, based on my many years of cat ownership, that will help you and your kitten to have a long, happy life together.

Checklist for a New Kitten

  • Food and water dishes
  • Cat bed
  • Interactive Toys
  • Litter box and litter
  • Grooming tools
  • Scratching post
  • Collar and ID tag
  • Cat training information
  • Pet health insurance
  • Local veterinarian

Each of these items are discussed in detail in the video above.

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I hope this article and video have helped you to prepare for your new kitten.  Please feel free to comment below if you have questions or need more help.  Thanks so much for visiting!  Debra 🙂

Foods That are Harmful to Dogs and Cats – Free Video


In this video, I list the foods that are harmful to dogs and cats (and why), plus provide info on what to do if your pet eats something toxic.  I also talk about ways to keep your pet safe from foods that are poisonous or toxic. Thanks for watching!  Debra 🙂

To read the article discussed in the video, click here:
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Foods That are Toxic to Pets

I was so surprised when I actually researched online to find out which foods are poisonous for dogs and cats. I knew chocolate was bad for dogs, I knew certain plants could be toxic to animals (especially cats), and a few other things.  But I had no idea the list would be so long!

Take Steps to Protect Your Pets

It’s our job as pet owners to protect our animals from getting into things that can harm them.  Even though they might be begging when we’re eating chocolate, for example, doesn’t mean we should share it with them.  They don’t know any different, but we do!  We have to educate ourselves so that we can keep our pets safe.

Keep Your Pets Out of the Garbage!

It’s very important not only to make sure you pets stay out of the garbage, but also to make sure we don’t leave food lying around that is harmful to cats and dogs.  Leaving candy (especially chocolate) on our nightstand, leaving food on the coffee table…leaving food anywhere our pets can get to it isn’t wise.  Even if it’s not toxic, we don’t want our pets eating things other than what we give them (and we don’t want them stealing our snacks! LOL)

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Please share this article and video with your friends who have dogs and cats and also on your social media pages.  If even one precious dog or cat is spared illness (or worse!) because we got this information out, it’s worth it!  Thanks do much.  Debra

Taking Your Dog on a Vacation – Tips for Traveling with a Dog – Free Video


In this video, I’ll give you good advice about taking your dog on a vacation and include tips for traveling with a dog.  There’s a lot of info in this video – stick with me and watch the whole thing, because there’s likely to be stuff you didn’t think of!  Thanks for watching.  Debra 🙂

To read the article discussed in the video, click here:
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Taking Your Dog on a Vacation

There’s lots to consider anytime you’re taking your dog anywhere – whether it’s on vacation, on a weekend trip, camping – or even just on an outing for the day.  The most important thing is that you consider your dog’s comfort and safety.  You have to consider, for example, what you’ll be doing on the trip or vacation and whether your dog is going to be able to join you on those activities – or if they’re just going to be stuck alone in the hotel the whole trip.  You also have to consider many (many!) safety concerns involved with traveling with pets.

Is This Beneficial to the Dog?

You have to consider whether you’re just taking your dog with you because you feel guilty leaving him home alone or boarding him, or if the dog is actually going to enjoy the vacation or the outing.  Will you be doing activities that the dog will enjoy?  Will the dog be safe, both traveling to the destination and while he’s there?  And one of the biggest concerns, in my opinion, is Will The Dog Be Scared On This Trip?  The truth is, most dogs don’t travel well.  A lot of dogs don’t travel well in the car.  A lot of dogs don’t walk well on a leash.  A lot of dogs don’t stay with their owners and will run away.  Many dogs are not ok with being left in a hotel room (most are upset in a hotel even when their owner is in the room with them).  Dogs can get upset, nauceous, sick…you have to consider all of this.

taking your dog on a vacationI Hope This Has Helped

I hope you got good advice in the video at the top of this article, and I hope you’ll continue to check out articles and videos online to educate yourself about traveling with your dog.  And I’m so glad you’re doing this – that you care enough about your precious pooch to make sure you know what you’re doing if you’re considering taking him with you on a vacation or trip.  You’re a good dog parent!  🙂  Thanks so much for visiting.  Debra

Helping Dog’s Separation Anxiety – Free Video


In this video, I’ll discuss steps you can take for helping dog’s separation anxiety and ways to actually solve the issue. Dog separation anxiety is a serious problem that needs to be addressed for your dog’s sake, and for yours! Thanks so much for watching. Debra

To read the article in the video, click here:
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About Dog Separation Anxiety

Dog separation anxiety is a serious issue because it can be terribly upsetting to your dog, and also to you.  If your dog is experiencing separation anxiety, then it’s clear he’s not happy, calm and content – he may even be fearful – and this is not healthy for your dog.

I feel the most effective way to help a dog with separation anxiety is to do Pack Leader Training.  This is where you take simple steps to teach your dog that YOU are the pack leader, not HIM.  As soon as your dog sees that you’re the one in charge, you’re the decision maker, then he’ll know that he doesn’t have to be.  That alone is the most effective way to solve virtually any dog behavioral issue.  Dogs need a pack leader.  They need to know that they can follow your lead and just let you make the decisions.  They need to know that YOU are in charge of providing food, of protecting the house, of protecting the family…if your dog knows this, then he can finally calm down and relax, and that includes being able to relax while you’re away from home.  My recommendation is to sign up for The Online Dog Trainer, a dog training website that will teach you step-by-step how to do Pack Leader Training.

Questions?

Please feel free to comment below with questions or comments.  I’m happy to help, and I’d love to hear your feedback.  Thanks so much for visiting!  Debra 🙂

 

Love For Animals, Large and Small by Ingrid Newkirk P.E.T.A.

This little book, by P.E.T.A. President and Co-Founder Ingrid Newkirk, is a book of true animal rescue stories, from wild animals and pets, to elephants to chickens, from kittens to chimpanzees. It’s a heartbreaking look into the world of animal abuse and how a group of dedicated individuals is fighting against the cruelty and neglect and bringing hope to animals in need. Victories like those described in this book make all the hard work pay off!

You can help P.E.T.A. by purchasing this book (and other books by P.E.T.A. President Ingrid Newkirk).  Not only will P.E.T.A. receive a royalty from Amazon for your purchase, but I personally give 10% of my commissions from this website to animal charities as well!

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PETA president and co-founder Ingrid Newkirk has led the world’s largest animal rights organization for more than 35 years. Her passion and dedication to making this world a better place for all living beings has inspired countless others to do what they can to help animals.  For more about Ingrid, CLICK HERE.

 

 

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Dog Massage Therapy Training – Dog Massage Tips and Techniques

Get ready for some dog massage therapy training that your pooch will be more than happy to let you practice on him!

Dog massage is a great way to bond with your dog, it’s extremely therapeutic, and it also helps reduce YOUR stress!

Here are 5 dog massage tips and techniques from Tracey Stewart, author of the book, Do Unto Animals.

Dog Massage Therapy TrainingDog Massage Tip 1: Circle the Shoulders

Gently placing both palms flat on either shoulder, use your finger pads to make small circles with mild pressure. Gradually make the circles bigger, changing directions and varying speeds.

Dog Massage Tip 2: Rub the Forehead

With your palm facing down and four fingers together and flat, rub your dog’s forehead from the top of the head to the tip of the nose. Occasionally make small circles with your finger pads and rub up and down with light pressure.

Dog Massage Tip 3: Gently Tug at the Scruff

Grasp the loose skin on the scruff of your dog’s neck or on other loose, furry areas of your dog’s body and slowly squeeze your fingers and thumbs together while gently pulling upward. Try to alternate left and right hands, lifting the left up as the right lowers, and vice versa. Be careful not to pinch the skin at the end of the pull.

Dog Massage Tip 4: Nestle the Base of the Ear

Ball your fist and use your knuckles to rub small, gentle circles at the base of your dog’s ear, just below the opening. Keep your palm facing down and use light pressure. A dog’s ears are sensitive, so pay attention to the pressure and move slowly.

Dog Massage Tip 5: Stroke the Chest

Bring your hands to your dog’s chest and wait for him to lie down on his side or back. With your fingers in a loose claw shape, use your fingertips to lightly scratch along the chest and under the armpits in a circular pattern. If your dog enjoys this, try gradually adding pressure and speed.

Note: Only give your dog a massage if she is relaxed and receptive. Avoid massaging a sick animal (unless recommended by your veterinarian), and do not massage an animal in place of veterinary care.

These dog massage tips are taken from Tracey Stewart’s book,  Do Unto Animals (Artisan Books).

Dog Massage Therapy TrainingAbout the Author

Tracey Stewart is the editor-in-chief of the website, Moomah, which provides parents and kids with fun, easy, and effective ways to contribute to varying kinds of nonprofits. A passionate animal advocate and expert (she’s a former veterinary technician), she lives on a farm in New Jersey with her husband, Jon Stewart, two kids, four dogs, two pigs, one hamster, three rabbits, two guinea pigs, one parrot, and two fish—all rescues (except for the kids).

Dog Massage Therapy TrainingTracey’s Book

Do Unto Animals is a beautiful book that any animal lover will enjoy.  Plan to hear yourself saying, “Awwww…” about 3000 times before you finish the book!  LOL  Also keep in mind that this book makes a great gift idea for animals lovers!  Buy several copies as Christmas and birthday gifts for friends and family.  They’ll love it!

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Do Unto Animals – A Guide to How Animals Live and Making Their Lives Better

Do Unto Animals

A Friendly Guide to How Animals Live and How We Can Make Their Lives Better

By Tracey Stewart

#1 New York Times bestseller and USA Today bestseller

review of do unto animalsThe more we know about animals, the better we can care for them, and the better their lives, and ours, will be. Former animal advocate and veterinary technician, Tracey Stewart, understands this better than most—and she’s on a mission to change how we interact with animals. Through hundreds of stunning illustrations, a few homemade projects, and her knowledgeable, humorous voice, Stewart provides insight into the secret lives of animals and the kindest ways to live alongside them. At home, she shows readers how to speak “dog-ese” and “cat-ese” and how to “virtually adopt” an animal. In the backyard, we learn about dealing kindly with pesky moles, building bee houses,  and creative ways to bird-watch. And on the farm, Stewart teaches us what we can do to help all farm animals lead a better life.  Part memoir of her life with animals, part practical guide, and part testament to the power of giving back, Do Unto Animals is a gift for animal lovers of all kinds. It is beautifully illustrated by Lisel Ashlock.  Animals give us so much.  Isn’t it time we give back?

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Tracey and her husband, Jon Stewart (from The Daily Show) on CBS this morning

Reviews of Do Unto Animals

“Charming. . . . A memoir and how-to about enriching the world of the creatures in your life, whether they be dogs, cats, or the crows in your backyard. . . . The book details basic animal behavior as well as practical humane solutions to common animal-human conflicts (cats scratching furniture, moles destroying your lawn). It also has craft projects for those of us with great intentions and no skills.”
New York Times

“A guide to understanding animals and treating them with respect. . . . While the book is about loving and caring for animals, it also follows Tracey’s path to happiness through animals.”
Gayle King on CBS This Morning

“A one-of-a-kind mix of info, advice, philosophy and hands-on activities.”
Philadelphia Daily News

“Gives readers not only facts and advice, but also smart and caring ways to improve animals’ existences.”
Chicago Tribune

tracey stewart due unto animalsAbout the Author

Tracey Stewart is the editor-in-chief of the website, Moomah, which provides parents and kids with fun, easy, and effective ways to contribute to varying kinds of nonprofits. A passionate animal advocate and expert (she’s a former veterinary technician), she lives on a farm in New Jersey with her husband, Jon Stewart, two kids, four dogs, two pigs, one hamster, three rabbits, two guinea pigs, one parrot, and two fish—all rescues (except for the kids).

 

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Tracey was featured in Family Circle Magazine with her article, “Pet Therapy – Dog Massage Tips.”  Check it out HERE.

foods that are harmful to dogs and catsMy Recommendation

Do Unto Animals is a beautiful book that any animal lover will enjoy.  Plan to hear yourself saying, “Awwww…” about 3000 times before you finish the book!  LOL  Also keep in mind that this book makes a great gift idea for animals lovers!  Buy several copies as Christmas and birthday gifts for friends and family.  They’ll love it!  Debra

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What Does a New Kitten Need? Shopping List for Kitten Essentials

I’ve had the joy of having a new kitten three different times in my life.  One was a male, and two were female.  Each one was so adorable in their own way. Each had their own distinct personality, their own little cute habits.  I had one for 9 years, one for 14 years, and the last for 20 (yes!) years.  All three brought me unlimited amounts of joy and love.

So congratulations!  I’m so happy for you that you’re getting a new kitten.  I hope he or she brings you years and years of joy.

What Does a New Kitten Need?

Here are some essentials you’ll need to help you take care of your new little sweetie.

What Do I Need for a New KittenFood and Water Bowls

Of course, you’ll need food and water dishes.

You can purchase these cute fish dishes here.

Interactive Toys

Kittens are beyond playful and have unlimited amounts of energy.  Purchasing a few interactive toys for your kitten will be one of the surest ways for you to have a few minutes of peace and quiet here and there!  Toys will help them burn off excess energy and keep them entertained.  It also helps them to build their motor skills and over their lifetime, interactive toys will help keep their brain healthy.

You can find a nice selection of inexpensive, interactive kitten toys here.

What Do I Need for a New KittenCat Brush for Grooming

Most cats are pretty good at cleaning themselves, but you should still brush them regularly.  Not only will it help keep their coat clean, reduce hairballs, and reduce shedding (by a ton), but it’s also a very loving bonding experience for the two of you!

You can purchase the brush you see in the picture here.

What Do I Need for a New KittenScratching Post

Kittens love to scratch, and it’s a habit they usually carry with them their whole lives.  To keep your furniture safe from your kitten’s sharp nails, it’s best to provide him with his own scratching post.  He’ll get years of enjoyment out of it.

You can see a selection of scratching posts here.

What Do I Need for a New KittenCollar and ID Tag

Even if you have an indoor cat, they should still have a collar with an ID tag in case they get out.  And of course, cats who goes outside should always be wearing ID.  You can purchase an inexpensive collar, then purchase a pet ID tag that has the cat’s name and phone number on it.  Please don’t skip this step.  Honestly, if you ever lost your cat you’d be devastated!  I had a friend once whose cat carrier broke at the vet’s office.  Her tomcat fell from the carrier, took off down the sidewalk, and she never saw him again.  I helped her search for weeks and we cried buckets of tears.  If the cat had been wearing a collar with an ID tag, he could’ve been returned to her!

You can see a selection of inexpensive kitten collars here, and you can purchase pet ID tags at www.PetTags.com.

What Do I Need for a New KittenLitter Box and Litter

Of course, your kitten will need a litter box and litter. I started my first kitten using an aluminum pie tin with a handful of litter in it.  All she did at first was play in it!  But every day I kept placing her in it, and eventually she got the idea.  My husband and I clapped and cheered like dorks when our baby went pee pee in the litter for the first time – HA!

You should put the litter box in a quiet place where your kitten can easily get to it.  Most cats don’t like a dirty litter box, so make sure you clean it often.  I used to keep a plastic bag and scoop next to the litter box.  I’d scoop it every day, then throw out the bag at the end of the week, along with the litter, then replace with fresh litter.  This worked well for me.  My sister always said my house never smelled like cat litter – people usually didn’t even know I had a cat!  I also strongly recommend you read my article, How to Get Your Cat to Use the Litter Box so you’ll know from the beginning how to do litter box training correctly.

I used the “looks like a potted plant” litter box you see in the picture.  You can purchase one here.  You can also see a nice variety of inexpensive litter boxes here.

What Do I Need for a New KittenCat Bed

The picture on the right is of my little Miss Abigail the day I brought her home.  I could cry just looking at this – she was SO SO SO sweet!  Look at her little tail hooked up over the edge of the bed…it’s just too cute.

Anyway, kittens have tons of energy, but they also need to rest.  You should provide your kitten with a safe, soft, quiet place to rest.  You might put a towel over the bed so you can wash the towel often (the bed will wear down too quickly if you’re always putting it in the washing machine).

You can see a nice selection of cat beds here.

Decide on Food

For the first year, high-quality kitten food is the best choice for your growing kitty.  In my opinion, the rule for which pet food to buy is get the best quality you can afford.  Also, it’s crucial for you to know that MOIST FOOD is better for cats.  You can read about this in depth in my article, What is the Best Food for Cats?  Cats who live on dry food often end up with kidney problems.  Sadly, one of my cats had this.  For the last six months of her life I was giving her fluids through an IV.  I so wish I had known that moist food was crucial for her health. You can give your cat dry food, but make sure he also has a daily serving of moist food.  My opinion is roughly 75% moist food, 25% dry.

Also, be careful about treats.  The treats that are soft can sometimes contain ingredients that can actually be toxic for your cat.  I think the best treats are either just pieces of their dry food, or whole, real foods like little pieces of fish or chicken you keep in the fridge.

You can read more about this in my article, Best and Worst Pet Foods.

Find a Veterinarian

Your kitten will need vaccinations and should be neutered or spayed before they turn six months old.  It’s smart to choose a veterinarian right away because he can tell you what your kitten needs and when, and also be available and familiar with you, should your kitten have any sort of emergency.  If you need help paying for medical care for your kitten, read my article, Get Help With Vet Bills.

For more information about your kitten’s health, please read these articles:

Indoor Cat Health – What Vaccinations Do They Need?

Foods That Are Poisonous for Dogs and Cats

What Do I Need for a New KittenGet Pet Health Insurance!

I mean it – listen to me on this one!  I have spent thousands and thousands of dollars over the last 35 years on medical expenses for my pets.  For the first 15 years or so of pet ownership as an adult, I rarely had any more than the regular vet visits for shots, etc.  I had a miniature dachshund named Maggie who had a minor foot sprain once and that was about it.  Then later, one of my cats had a bladder stone and the surgery was $700.  My tomcat suddenly became ill and his bloodwork showed anemia and kidney failure.  He passed away, and to this day I don’t know what the cause of the illness was.  Then I got a second mini doxy named Taz and holy cow – her medical bills were out of this world!  She had three dental surgeries, two back injuries, x-rays, steroid shots for collapsed bronchial tubes due to severe allergies.  Then the poor baby was diagnosed with Cushings Disease.  The blood work you have to do for that takes place minimally once a year and costs between $175 and $350.  And the medicine costs between $75 and $90 per month.  I had Taz six and a half years and spent more than $20,000 on her medical issues.  During that time, my cat, Miss Abigail developed fatty liver disease and passed away – the ordeal cost me $2900.  Shortly after, my last remaining cat developed serious kidney disease.

See what I mean?  For most of my adult life my pets just didn’t cost that much vet-wise.  But then things happened.  One after the other.  And I was nearly wiped out financially.  GOD HOW I WISH I HAD GOTTEN PET INSURANCE FOR EACH ONE OF THEM!  It would’ve saved me thousands of dollars.  I’ll never, ever make that mistake again.

Get pet health insurance! For more information about this, please read my article, Is Pet Insurance Worth it for Cats?

Here are two companies I can recommend:

What Do I Need for a New KittenPetPlan

You can read my review of PetPlan Pet Health Insurance here.  Policies start at $10 per month, and this is the largest provider of pet health insurance in the world.

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What Do I Need for a New KittenHealthyPaws

You can read my review of HealthyPaws Pet Insurance Foundation here.  They have been rated the Best Pet Health Insurance Company by their customers for 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 at Petinsurancereview.com, Consumersadvocate.org,  PetInsuranceQuotes.com, and other leading review sites.  They earned this praise because they offer exceptional customer service!

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Finally, Get Help With Training

The best way for you and your new kitten to have a long, happy, PEACEFUL life together, is for you to get the knowledge you need about cat training right from the beginning.  Here is a cat training program I can highly recommend.

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You can read my review of them here.  This is a step-by-step cat training program that contains 12 sections.  It’s audio – you can listen to it right on your computer (you can also get a free transcript if you’d rather read than listen). It covers a large number of cat ownership issues – everything from health, nutrition, grooming, training – to dealing with cat behavioral issues.  It truly is the best way to have a well behaved, happy, healthy cat!  And the best part is that it comes with a 100% money back guarantee AND YOU GET TO KEEP THE PROGRAM.

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Enjoy Your New Kitten!

I hope this article has helped you cover all your bases as far as what you need to get ready for your new kitten.  Remember love, caring and affection are the greatest gifts you can give any pet.  They’ll love you back 100x more in return!  Debra 🙂

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